Scope Probes Clinch Signal Integrity
Probes need not significantly degrade your measurements.
Tom Lecklider, Contributing Technical Editor, Test & Measurement Europe
SOFTWARE - PART I
Windowing Functions Improve FFT Results
Windowing functions reduce FFT leakage in adjacent frequencies.
Richard Lyons, TRW, Sunnyvale, CA
Systems-on-a-Chip Pose New Test Challenges
Systems-on-a-chip require new test techniques.
Dan Romanchik, Contributing Technical Editor
VXIplug&play Cuts System Integration Time
Soft front panels and drivers let you use the same software on many VXlbus systems.
Jim Ware, MTS-PowerTek, Farmington Hills, MI
Digital Cameras Expand Resolution and Accuracy
Inspection tasks requiring high-accuracy, high-resolution imaies can benefit from digital cameras.
Jon Titus, Editoral Director
PRODUCT SURVEY: EMI RECEIVERS/ANALYZERS
EMI Receivers and Analyzers Test to Standards
Specialized spectrum analyzers let you measure radiated and conducted emissions.
Martin Rowe, Technical Editor
Test DVD Chipsets
Get ready for the testing challenges of digital versatile disk technology.
Test ATM Switches for Service Quality
Cell losses and arrival delays affect data, audio, and video quality.
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