2023-03-15 - Keysight Technologies Inc.

Keysight accelerates power amplifier DPD test speeds

Keysight's new test method significantly shortens Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) test times for power amplifiers.

2023-03-13 - Steve Hageman

Metrics are good, but insight is best

Answering the questions "Will my schematic fit on the given PCB area?" and "How long will it take to do the layout?" with a statistical approach.

2023-03-10 - Jean-Jaques (JJ) DeLisle

Variable attenuators for receiver sensitivity testing

The goal of receiver sensitivity test is to determine the lowest power signal a receiver can detect under a variety of possible conditions.

2023-03-08 - Jordan Dimitrov

RMS stands for: RMS measurements are slippery

This article aims to improve awareness of RMS measurements.

2023-03-07 - Arthur Pini

Closing the gaps in your digital oscilloscope waveforms

Using interpolation to fill in the gaps in sampled data records and improve accuracy in measurements or for better display interpretation.

2023-02-23 - Manu Kumar and Vaibhav Anand, Embitel

Building better automotive applications with MIL testing

Model-in-loop (MIL) test creates mathematical models that represent the design solution in a part-real and part-virtual manner.

2023-01-30 - Majeed Ahmad

Test and manufacturing synergy and the NI acquisition saga

Emerson's takeover bid for National Instruments seems to be an effort to create a synergy between the test and manufacturing worlds.

2023-01-12 - Keysight Technologies

Keysight’s technology predictions for 2023

Keysight Technologies executives provide their forecasts on opportunities, challenges, trends, and developments to expect in the coming year.

2022-12-28 - Mohammad Usman

Implementing SDR-based GNSS/GPS simulators

By building a GNSS simulator with software defined radios, developers can easily perform critical tests needed to mitigate the host of factors that can degrade received GNSS signal.

2022-12-23 - Jean-Jaques (JJ) DeLisle

A comparison of budget, compact oscilloscopes

Here is a comparison of a few commonly available DSOs and MSOs that should cover the range for most budget/compact/portable oscilloscopes that makers, hobbyists, and professionals may use in a home lab or in the field.