Oscilloscope Option Offers Automatic Glitch Rejection

Oct. 3, 2014
Rohde & Schwarz’s RTO-K40 option for the R&S RTO high-performance oscilloscopes simplifies analysis and testing of RF front-end interfaces.

Rohde & Schwarz’s RTO-K40 option for its high-acquisition-rate RTO oscilloscopes further accelerates analysis and testing of MIPI RF front-end (RFFE) interfaces. Its serial triggering and decoding option enables developers to directly trigger on content (e.g., “extended register write”) or error states (e.g., “bus park error”). It also supports standard-specified automatic rejection of glitches during decoding. A search-and-navigation function helps users keep track of long records and directly jump to areas of interest in the protocol, facilitating design bug identification and isolation of states. Users can also quickly time-correlate decoded RFFE commands with other signals during tests.

Rohde & Schwarz, 6821 Benjamin Franklin Drive, Columbia, MD 21046; 1(888) 837-8772

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