Signal integrity is the primary measure of signal quality. Its importance increases with higher signal speed, oscilloscope bandwidth, the need to view small signals, or the need to see small changes on larger signals. Signal integrity impacts all oscilloscope measurements. Oscilloscopes themselves are subject to the signal-integrity challenges of distortion, noise, and loss.
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