Agilent Discusses Jitter Measurement with Two New Technical Brochures

10/7/2003 - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) announced the availability of two new technical brochures that discuss jitter measurement solutions.

The first, a free 20-page brochure titled, "Jitter Solutions for Telecom, Enterprise, and Digital Designs," is written for telecom, enterprise and digital design applications. It explains prediction, characterization and test of jitter in high-speed digital transmission systems, high-speed I/O connections, and buses to ensure error-free digital communications.

The second, a free 16-page application note titled, "Measuring Jitter in Digital Systems," is written for engineers designing data transfer systems and components operating at over a gigabit per second who need to be concerned about the effects of jitter on their system's bit error ratio (BER). Topics of discussion include: why measure jitter, eye diagrams, calculation of total jitter, bathtub plots, and jitter tolerance and transfer.

Availability

Additional application information on jitter and jitter measurement can be found at www.agilent.com/find/jitter_info.

Further information can be found on Agilent's Web site at www.agilent.com/find/appcentral, which contains a large library of application and product literature for R&D and manufacturing test engineers. This quick and easy Web tool provides in-depth technical information on a variety of topics, including wireless communications, telecom, Internet infrastructure, digital and analog debug and verification, I/O and interconnect.

About Agilent Technologies
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) is a global technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences and chemical analysis. The company's 30,000 employees serve customers in more than 110 countries. Agilent had net revenue of $6 billion in fiscal year 2002. Information about Agilent is available on the Web at www.agilent.com.

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