Keysight D9010SCNA InfiniiScan Event Identification Software for 9000, S Series

11911041036173560 MFG #: D9010SCNA
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  • Brand: Keysight
  • Condition: New

Keysight SKU -D9010SCNA/R-B5P-001-A/R-B6P-001-L

  • Description

    Keysight D9010SCNA/R-B5P-001-A/R-B6P-001-L Node-locked perpetual license with 12 months KeysightCare software support

    The S-Series Analysis Applications from Keysight allow you to gain insight into the causes of signal jitter with full offline capability allowing you to test from simulation through silicon debug, and a power application to provide a full suite of power measurements that run directly to your oscilloscope

    Key Features & Specifications

    Quickly and easily identify waveform anomalies

    • Application scans through over one thousand waveforms per second
    • Isolate anomalous signal behavior
    • Trigger on up to 8 Zones across multiple channels

    Standard InfiniiScan Features

    • Zone Quality Finder draws up to 8 "must pass" or "must not pass" zones on scope screen
    • Measurement Finder sets boundary conditions to specified measurement and finds them
    • Generic Serial Finder sets up an 80-bit serial pattern for trigger
    • Non-monotonic Edge Finder easily identifies edges caused by reflections

    Additional Standard InfiniiScan Features

    • Runt Finder identifies under-sized signal pulses
    • Measurement Limit Test counts violations against user-specified measurement values
    • Set up to five different triggering conditions over all 4 analog channels


    • Infiniium 9000 and S-Series oscilloscopes running firmware 6.30 or later


    A 100-ps glitch, a non-monotonic edge and 80-bit serial patterns. No hardware solutions were capable of capturing any of these signals, but with InfiniiScan you can. Keysight Technologies' InfiniiScan event identification software allows you to quickly and easily identifies signal integrity issues in your electronic designs. This innovative software scans through thousands of acquired waveforms per second to help you isolate anomalous signal behaviors.