HDMI and DisplayPort Design and Test – A Better Way

HDMI and DisplayPort Design and Test – A Better Way
Keysight Technologies
HDMI and DisplayPort
Design and Test – A Better Way
Thorough characterization and validation
of your display designs
New Challenges
Transmitter
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Figure 1 – Test points – source, media, and sink
The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and
DisplayPort (DP) interfaces are being implemented broadly in
devices from high-definition televisions to personal computers to set-top boxes. The overwhelming concern for developers of these products is interoperability. Interoperability
starts with the physical layer where the digital content is
driven from one device through media such as a cable to
a receiving device. Tools to measure the parameters of
these devices are required to understand if the device is in
compliance, or how close the device’s performance is to the
specification.
HDMI Compliance Test Specification (CTS) 1.4a introduced
increased functionality that reduced the amount of cabling
used in a quality digital video and audio setup.
HDMI 2.0, developed by the HDMI Forum’s Technical Working
Group, is backward compatible with earlier versions of the
HDMI specification and significantly increases transmission
bandwidths up to 18 Gbps. Since the transmission rate of
HDMI 2.0 is almost double that of HDMI 1.4, interoperability
issues due to signal quality distortions introduce new technical
requirements for compliance testing of HDMI 2.0 sink and
source devices.
Some of the other features include 4K@50/60, which is
4 times the clarity of 1080p/60 video resolution, up to 32
audio channels for a multi-dimensional immersive audio
experience, simultaneous delivery of dual video streams to
multiple users on the same screen, dynamic synchronization
of video and audio streams, CEC extensions providing
expanded command, and control of consumer electronics
devices through a single control point.
With high speed signals, new functionalities for HDMI,
and display technologies being used in devices ranging
from computers, to home use, portable electronics, and
automotive applications, it is important to have a test solution capable of fully testing all aspects and compliance of
these devices to ensure interoperability across all uses and
platforms. Keysight offers comprehensive display solutions
specific to your needs.
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Key tasks
Applying expertise
HDMI and DisplayPort characterization can be segmented
into multiple areas: source design and test, sink design and
test, media physical layer design and evaluation. In each of
these areas, the HDMI CTS and VESA for DisplayPort, has
recommended procedures, methods, and equipment to perform these tests. In many cases, there are multiple methods,
tools or processes to get the job done. The deciding factors
on which method to use may be your comfort level with a
particular measurement tool, cost, and/or convenience.
Keysight offers solutions in each area to meet your needs
(see Figure 2).
When it comes to quality digital measurements and signal
integrity, Keysight has decades of experience in RF, microwave
and protocol engineering. We understand the reflections, skin
effect, insertion and return loss, impedance profiles as well as
jitter budget and tolerance, timing margins, compliance and
other issues that digital designers and developers have to face
in high data rate standards.
With consistent participation in workshops and specification
issues and definition, Keysight has a solid background in the
physical layer, protocol layer and functional test of HDMI and
DisplayPort devices.
Thanks to its premier position as a test company, Keysight also
has a long history of collaborative innovation with industry
leaders. The expertise of Keysight’s Application Engineering
team reflects these important experiences. They also put
Keysight in a position to develop tools that meet the physical
challenges, are customized to the needs of the standard, and are
relevant to the way designers and developers need to use them.
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Keysight gets involved, you benefit
Keysight’s solutions for digital applications are driven and supported by Keysight experts
who are involved in various international standard committees. We call it the Keysight
Digital Test Standards Program. Our experts are active in the Joint Electronic Devices
Engineering Council (JEDEC), PCI-SIG ® Video Electronics Standards Association
(VESA), Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO), Serial Attached SCSI (T10),
USB-Implementers Forum (USB-IF), Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI)
Alliance, Ethernet standards (IEEE 802.3), Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF), and many
others. Our involvement in these standards groups and their related workshops, plugfests,
and seminars enable Keysight to bring the right solutions to the market when our customers need them.
Complete, reliable test coverage
What makes Keysights’ design and test solutions so
compelling is that they are the best tools, in every category,
to meet your challenges. We developed these tools to match
the application’s specific needs – real-time and sampling
oscilloscopes to verify signal integrity, pattern/protocol
generators to create the necessary stimulus signals,
BERTs to test jitter tolerance of receivers,time- domain
reflectometer (TDR) and a vector network analyzer (VNA) to
characterize impedance, and automation software to speed
up and simplify the design and measurement processes.
That’s why most HDMI and DisplayPort Authorized Test
Centers (ATC) utilize Keysight solutions.
Because you can rely on the quality of Keysight equipment,
it is the key to easier, faster and more confident testing
of your designs. That takes strain out of engineering and
lowers development costs. Accurate results reduce the
number of design cycles to help you get to market faster,
and they ensure robust products that uphold your hard-won
lead in market.
Figure 3. E4887A HDMI TMDS generator has low intrinsic jitter and controlled jitter injection
capability for a quality stimulus signal.
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Source Test
There are many tests stipulated for Source Test compliance.
These include measuring standard waveform parameters
such as rise and fall times, but also eye diagrams and jitter
analysis where the clock recovery method is stipulated by the
standard. Further, new specified filtering algorithms require
equalizing the cable and eye and must be performed to
correlate receiver performance.
Measure with confidence
Whether troubleshooting, capturing contiguous waveforms,
ensuring correct operation, or proving compliance, a real-time
oscilloscope with active differential probes and test point
access fixtures are critical. Noise floor, jitter noise floor, probe
accuracy and test fixture quality all affect measurement
accuracy. For example, the receiver eye tests examine the
minimum level for adequate receiver operation. Poor noise
performance in the oscilloscope may mislead observations of
actual receiver performance.
Keysight’s Infiniium 90000A Series Oscilloscopes provide
the lowest noise floor, jitter noise floor, and trigger jitter in
the industry, enabling more accurate measurements and
a better characterization of your device performance. In
addition, the InfiniiMax active differential probes provide
industry leading noise performance and probe bandwidth
and accuracy. Connections to your device are simplified
with the N1080B Test Point Access (TPA) fixture for HDMI or
the W2641B TPA fixture for DisplayPort to connect directly
to HDMI and DisplayPort connectors via the InfiniiMax
probes. (See figure 4)
Probe
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device
under test
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Figure 4. Source Measurement configuration with 90000A Infiniium real-time oscilloscope
Key Feature
Keysight’s Infiniium 90000 Series oscilloscopes provide the lowest noise floor, jitter
noise floor, and trigger jitter in the industry.
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Automate complex tasks
If you plan to perform source, sink, and/or media tests,
consider using the Keysight N5990A Test Automation Software
Platform. It increases the productivity and efficiency of compliance testing and systematic in-depth characterization. It
complements and integrates the N5399C HDMI and U7232B
DisplayPort Electrical Compliance Test Software. It controls
the associated Keysight instruments from a PC, providing
unprecedented test integration, minimum calibration
time and maximum test throughput as well as ease-of-use.
One button compliance testing, with results displayed on
screen, or exported to Excel or other formats allow further
data analysis and collection.
The N5399C HDMI and U7232B DisplayPort Compliance
and Test Software complement the accuracy of the 90000A
Series oscilloscopes by simplifying set-up and performing
compliance tests (see Figure 5). The software runs on the
oscilloscope itself, and uses a test framework that has
proven value to busy engineers who want quick, accurate
answers. The software has the most complete set of HDMI
and DisplayPort test, whether you work in an Authorized Test
Center or if you are evaluating device performance.
Figure 5. The N5399C and U7232B Compliance and Test software saves you time
by selecting tests, configuring tests, setting up the connection, running the tests,
and viewing the results.
The software brings together Keysight’s intimate knowledge of the oscilloscope and careful interpretation of the
specifications to ensure the best results, high repeatability
with minimal effort. The software produces an HTML report,
complete with screenshots, which make it easy to share your
results, and margin analysis to determine how close you are
to the specification (see Figure6).
Figure 6. The N5399C and U7232B Compliance and test software generates a
summary report for your device quickly, including waveforms and the margin of the
result to provide further insight.
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Sink Test
Sink testing requires a source capable of generating a
wide range of test patterns and the ability to add a precise
amount of impairments to the output signal. The major
high-speed tests are sensitivity, skew, jitter tolerance, and
timing. Since HDMI 2.0 uses an incoherent design with
a TMDS clock rate at 1/40 of the bit rate, this results in
different jitter behavior on data and clock. Measurement
accuracy is determined by the source noise floor (intrinsic
jitter), and the ability to control the signal attributes such
as injected jitter. The core of the Keysight HDMI sink test
solution is the M8190A or M8195A arbitrary waveform
generator (AWG) and the N5990A test automation software
which guides you through the test procedure with detailed
instructions and required system connectivity. This test
solution enables independent clock and data jitter injection
for accurate sink characterization.
The M8190A or M8195A AWG solution allows flexibility in
generating adjustable transition times and ISI emulation.
All of the jitter addition and ISI signal emulation can be
factored into the waveform on-the-fly with no external
equipment required. As a result, it’s less expensive and
easier to set up.
Based on the capabilities of the sink device under test the
N5990A software framework generates a test procedure
that includes all required tests in order to meet the requirements set forth in the HDMI 2.0 CTS document. The
resulting test protocol may be used to state the compliance
with the HDMI 2.0 specification. Furthermore the sink test
solution allows for margin testing to discover the design
margin of your device under test.
Figure 7. Example sink test setup using M8190A AWG
The key features of the M8190A AWG solution include:
–– AXIe form factor (2- slot module)
–– Sample rate up to 12 GSa/s @ 12 bit resolution
–– Deep sample memory, 2G samples per channel (required for generating all of the video signals. This is
important because the CTS requires that a valid video
signal be generated for each video resolution. Therefore, a large sample memory is required to generate
the video frames.)
–– Supports data rates up to 6 Gb/s
–– Flexible generation of distortions without cable emulators and TTCs
–– Approved in Keysight MOI for HDMI 2.0 sink testing
The key features of the new M8195A AWG solution include:
–– AXIe form factor (1 slot module)
–– Sample rate up to 65 GSa/s @ 8 bit resolution
–– Deep sample memory, 16G samples per channel
(required for generating all of the video signals. This is
important because the CTS requires that a valid video
signal be generated for each video resolution. Therefore, a large sample memory is required to generate
the video frames.)
–– Supports data rates up to 32 Gb/s
–– Flexible generation of distortions without cable emulators and TTCs
–– Will be included in the Keysight MOI for future HDMI
sink testing
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Video Analyzer and Generator.
For DisplayPort, the N4915A-006 ISI generator complements perfectly the
Keysight sink test setups as described in detail in the method of implementation
(MOI) documents for the Keysight J-BERT N4903B and ParBERT 81250 and can
be fully automated using the N5990A test automation software.
Lane 0 HBR Jitter tolerace Curve
2000
Sinusoidal Jitter [mUI]
1500
1000
Max Passed S-Jitter
500
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0 20406080100
Sinusoidal Jitter Frequency [MHz]
Figure 8. Receiver Jitter Tolerance Test.
Key Feature
Keysight’s high performance arbitrary
waveform generators use low noise clocks
which provide unmatched performance and
high quality signal generation to achieve
superior fidelity.
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An integrated test solution
If you plan to perform source, sink, and/or media tests, consider
using the Keysight N5990A Test Automation Software Platform. It
increases the productivity and efficiency of HDMI and DisplayPort
compliance testing and systematic, in-depth characterization.
The N5990A provides unprecedented test integration, minimum
calibration time and maximum test throughput as well as easeof-use for testing.
Media Test
The integrity of the media that connects a source and sink truly
determines the display quality. Media tests on cables and printed
circuit boards are aimed at preserving video quality through tests
like skew, crosstalk, attenuation, and impedance. To assess cable
eye diagram measurements or receiver equalization design, a special reference equalization algorithm can be used. Timing tests like
skew and eye diagrams are easily accomplished with a real-time
or sampling oscilloscope. However, a time-domain reflectometer
(TDR) is better suited for intra-pair skew and differential impedance measurements and a vector network analyzer (VNA) for
far-end crosstalk and attenuation phase measurements. For these
instruments, accurate measurements occur only after performing a
calibration sequence to remove the effects of any cables or fixtures
that connect the TDR or VNA to the device under test.
Accurate impedance measurements
Keysight offers two excellent solutions for impedance oriented
measurements – the Keysight 86100D Infiniium
DCA-X with 54754A Differential TDR/TDT module, or the
E5071C ENA RF network analyzer. Connections to the media are
made using the N1080B TPA for HDMI or the W2641B TPA for
DisplayPort.
The 86100D/54754A TDR utilizes a unique calibration process
that can de-embed the effects of cabling, allowing you to see
your device and not the test system. By switching to frequency
mode, you can also examine the S-parameters for transmission
and impedance/reflection performance of channels, cables, connectors, and transceiver. Digital engineers, already familiar with
oscilloscopes, can quickly see the relationships between frequency
and time effects without having to purchase and learn new pieces
of test equipment.
The Keysight E5071C ENA RF network analyzer is based on frequency domain analysis and includes a built-in swept
source and a four-port test set for differential measurements from 9
kHz up to 20 GHz. A VNA offers higher accuracy than a TDR due to its
higher dynamic range and more complete calibration approach, which
is important when measuring low insertion loss or low reflection
devices (see Figure 10). All required measurements can be made
using the E5071C ENA. Calibration is accomplished quickly using
an Keysight N4431B ECal module that eliminates the need to
manually connect the multiple calibration standards. In addition,
post-measurement analysis of the high speed cable can be easily
done in the time and frequency domains utilizing the N1930B
Physical Layer Test System (PLTS) software package. Identifying
and eliminating crosstalk within the interconnect channel is done
by minimizing mode conversion using the PLTS GUI environment.
Key Feature
To improve accuracy, the 86100D TDR
utilizes a unique calibration process that
removes the effects of cabling, allowing
you to isolate your device from the test
system.
Figure 9. Cable testing using the DCA-J with 54754A.
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For the next generation of HDMI and DisplayPort media test, the
best solution is the new 5245A PNA-X with 4-port 50GHz test
capability. The fifth harmonic of the fundamental frequency of the
higher data rates are easily measured with this powerful system.
Eye diagrams, intra-pair crosstalk and differential insertion loss are
quickly and accurately measured. Also, the new PLTSv5.5 software
has the ability to incorporate HDMI and DisplayPort compliance
mask testing. See Figure 11 below for an example for this mask
tests.
Figure 10. HDMI and DisplayPort cable testing using the E5071C ENA RF
network analyzer.
Figure 11. Mask Test example
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Keysight HDMI and DisplayPort
Solutions
90000A Series Infiniium Real-time Oscilloscope
The Keysight 90000 Series Infiniium oscilloscopes and InfiniiMax
probing system deliver the highest performance real-time
measurement system available. The Infiniium 90000 Series is
engineered for unmatched real-time measurement accuracy and
offers the industry’s lowest noise floor, the industry’s deepest
memory, and full bandwidth probing, making it the ideal tool for
signal integrity and jitter measurements. Models are available
from 2.5GHz to 13GHz, and can be upgraded in bandwidth for
future needs. InfiniiMax probes are available in differential and
single-ended measurements for maximum measurement flexibility.
N5399C HDMI Electrical Compliance Test
Software
The Keysight N5399B HDMI electrical performance validation and
compliance software for Infiniium 90000 Series oscilloscopes provides a fast and easy way to verify and debug your HDMI designs.
The HDMI electrical test software allows you to automatically
execute HDMI electrical checklist tests, and displays the results
in a flexible report format. In addition to the measurement data,
the report provides a margin analysis that shows how closely your
device passed or failed each test.
16900 Series Logic Analyzers with FuturePlus
FS4430 DisplayPort Analysis Probe
The FuturePlus FS4430 DisplayPort analysis probe, used in
conjunction with Keysight 16900 Series logic analyzers, supports
X1, X2, and X4 DisplayPort with data acquisition speeds up to 2.7
GT/s. Powerful protocol decode software displays the Main Link
and Auxiliary channel activity on the logic analyzer. Probe manager
software controls the FS4430 via USB and defines the protocol
aware filters for the logic analyzer. The software also allows instant
lane reversal and polarity inversion. Quad state LEDs display instant
port activity status. Connection to the target system is done via a
half-size mid-bus connector, interposer, or flying lead adapter cable.
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U7232B DisplayPort Electrical Compliance
Test Software
The Keysight U7232B DisplayPort compliance test software sets the benchmark for ease-of-use, and offers complete testing without compromise. The software guides
the user sequentially through the tasks ensuring minimal
setup error, executes the tests specified by the standard
and conveys the test information through a convenient
software generated report. The three modes of physical
layer test allow for automated measurements based on
the customizable configuration of compliance and characterization testing. To make the test signal connection, the
Keysight W2641B DisplayPort test point access adaptor
completes the DisplayPort source solution..
86100D Infiniium
DCA-X Wide-Bandwidth Oscilloscope with
TDR
The Keysight 86100D Infiniium DCA-X can view optical and
electrical waveforms with bandwidths to 80GHz electrical and 65 GHz optical. Jitter analysis is simplified via a
one-button approach to review the random and deterministic jitter components. With the 5454A Differential TDR/
TDT module, you can characterize impedance and crosstalk in channels and view the results in either time-domain
or S-parameters.
E5071C ENA RF Network Analyzer
The Keysight E5071C ENA RF network analyzer offers the
highest RF performance and fastest speed in its class, with
a frequency range from 9 kHz up to 20 GHz and versatile
functions. Low phase noise and wide dynamic range provide very high accuracy measurements on low level signals.
The optional 4-port model or multi-port test set allows
differential measurements to be made quickly and easily.
When used with the appropriate ECal module, calibration is
performed quickly with high accuracy.
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E4887A HDMI TMDS Generator
The Keysight E4887A HDMI TMDS Signal Generator provides
parallel signals with low intrinsic jitter and fast edges for data rates
up to 3.4 Gb/s or 7 Gb/s with 1 or 2 channel jitter capability. The
HDMI frame generator software is ideal for manual testing and
debugging. It configures the generator with a wide variety of HDMI
video frames. The software controls up to two E4438C vector
signal generators as well as the TMDS signal generator for defined
jittered signals for jitter tolerance testing. When used with the
N5998A HDMI protocol generator, complete HDMI source testing
is possible.
N4915A-006 DisplayPort ISI Generator
The Keysight N4915A-006 DisplayPort ISI Generator covers ISI
requirements for both reduced bit rate and high bit rate. The
N4915A-006 integrates perfectly into the Keysight sink test setups
as described in detail in the method of implementation documents
for the Keysight J-BERT N4903B and Keysight ParBERT 81250.
The N4915A-006 is supported by Keysight’s N5990A software for
full automation.
Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWG)
Keysight’s AWG sources offer greater fidelity, high resolution, and
wide bandwidth - simultaneously. This unique combination lets
you create signal scenarios that push your design to the limit and
bring new insight to your analysis. Get bits and bandwidth - and
enhance your reality.
These AWGs are modular instruments packaged in the AXIe form
factor. AXIe is a new open standard for high-performance, modular
instrumentation, and incorporates the best features of other modular formats including VXIbus, LXI and PXI.
M8190A 12 GSa/s arbitrary waveform generator
The M8190A ensures accuracy and repeatability with 14-bit resolution, up to 8 GSa/s sampling rate and up to 90 dBc SFDR. High
dynamic range and excellent vertical resolution give confidence
that you are testing your device, not the signal source.
M8195A 65 GSa/s arbitrary waveform generator
The Keysight M8195A high speed AWG offers up to 65 GSa/s
sample rate, 20 GHz bandwidth on up to 4 channels per module,
output amplitude of up to 2 Vpp(diff.), and adjustable DC offset.
Multi-channel operation with up to 16 channels per 5-slot AXIe
chassis is supported. Go where you have never been able to test
before in speed, in bandwidth and in channel density - explore
your possibilities.
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ParBERT 81250 Modular BERT Platform
for accurate characterization of multi-port
gigabit devices
TThe Keysight ParBERT 81250 modular bert platform
provides accurate characterization of multi-port gigabit devices. With different module types for clock, data
generation, and data analysis for various data ranges, the
ParBERT 81250 system can be tailored to meet your needs.
Whether you are looking for a multi-port data generator or
data analyzer, or a complete BERT system, with ParBERT
81250 you can configure the right solution with up to 64
output and input channels. And because it can be easily
extended for future needs, your investments is protected.
The 81250 modular BERT platform also provides automated compliance test solutions for standards such as PCI
Express, serial ATA or USB 2.0, as well as software that can
be customized to fit your individual test needs. Furthermore, a comprehensive measuring suite and delay line input
on 13.5/7/3.35 Gb/s data generator modules to inject jitter
from an external source, allow in-depth insight into your
designs and devices.
N5990A Test Automation Software Platform
The Keysight N5990A Test Automation Software Platform
was designed to automate overall HDMI and DisplayPort
compliance testing and for systematic, in-depth device
characterization. It complements and integrates the
N5399B HDMI and U7232A DisplayPort Electrical Compliance Test Software. It controls the associated Keysight
instruments from a PC, providing unprecedented test
integration, minimum calibration time and maximum test
throughput as well as ease-of-use. One button compliance testing, with results displayed on screen, or exported
to Excel or other formats allow further data analysis and
collection.
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N1080B HDMI Test Point Access Adapters
The Keysight N1080B HDMI test point access adapters are
well suited for nearly every test, providing the best rise time,
excellent skew and the ability to connect into tight spaces.
They are offered in three different configurations: Option
H01 is a TPA with a plug and is typically used, in conjunction
with the low frequency board, for testing sources and sinks.
Option H02 is a TPA with a receptacle, typically used in pairs
for testing cables, and with the plug allows TDR calibration.
Option H03 is the low frequency board used for various tests
on both the sink and source modules. The N1080B version
also provides access to the new HEC and ARC signals that
are defined in HDMI 1.4a. The N1080B is fully backward
compatible with the N1080A.
W2641B DisplayPort Test Point Access
Adapters
The Keysight W2641B DisplayPort Test Point Access Adapter
breaks out the DisplayPort signals of interest for compliance
testing. These signals include the 4 high speed differential
lanes that carry the main video content, the auxiliar channel
that carries the bidirectional control information, and the
Hot Plug Detect and Power lines necessary for standard
DisplayPort connection. The fixture is used for both Display
Port sink and source testing where the device under test
connector is a DisplayPort receptacle. The W2641B is used
with the U7232B DisplayPort compliance test software which
supports 1,2, or 4 lane connection models. De-embed
structures provided for removing
fixture effects which is important for
motherboard and connector transmission analysis.
W2212 Advanced Design System (ADS) bundle
Signal integrity engineers who are hurdling the multigigabit/s barrier look to ADS for the correct treatment of
high-speed effects like distortion, mismatch, and crosstalk.
Uniquely, ADS integrates accurate system, circuit, and EM
simulators, so you can not only get the right answers but
also get them faster by avoiding error-prone and timeconsuming data transfer between a collection of point tools.
Figure 15. The Physical Layer Test System (PLTS) software allows calibration, measurement and post-measurement analysis of HDMI and DisplayPort Media (Cables, PCBs, connectors, etc). Viewing multiple domains in
time, frequency and eye diagram allows compliance mask testing in one
easy-manage test suite file.
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Related Literature
90000 Series Infiniium Oscilloscope and InfiniiMax Probing System, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-7819EN
N5399B HDMI Electrical Characterization and Compliance Software, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5990-5299EN
U7232A DisplayPort Electrical Characterization and Compliance Software, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-7198EN
86100C Infiniium DCA-J Wide Bandwidth Oscilloscope with TDR, Brochure, Literature Number 5989-5235EN
J-BERT N4903B High Performance Serial BERT, Data Sheet Literature Number 5990-3217EN
ParBERT 82150, Product Overview, Literature Number 5968-9188E
N5990A Automated Compliance and Device Characterization Test Software, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-5483EN
E4887A TMDS Generator, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-5537EN
N4915A-006 DisplayPort ISI Generator, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-8688EN
N5998A HDMI Protocol/Audio/Video Analyzer and Generator, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-6008EN
W2642A DisplayPort AUX Channel Controller, DataSheet, Literature Number 5989-9973EN
E5071C ENA RF Network Analyzer, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-5479EN
N1080 HDMI TPA, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-5118EN
W2641A DisplayPort TPA, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-7274EN
81150A Pulse Function Arbitrary Noise Generator, Data Sheet, Literature Number 5989-6433EN
W2212 Advanced Design System Core, Transient Convolution, Layout, Momentum G2, FEM, Ptolemy Bundled License
Literature Number 5989-8392EN
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Germany
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Russia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
0800 001122
0800 58580
0800 523252
0805 980333
0800 6270999
1800 832700
1 809 343051
800 599100
+32 800 58580
0800 0233200
8800 5009286
800 000154
0200 882255
0800 805353
Opt. 1 (DE)
Opt. 2 (FR)
Opt. 3 (IT)
0800 0260637
For other unlisted countries:
www.keysight.com/find/contactus
(BP-09-23-14)
This information is subject to change without notice.
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Published in USA, January 23, 2015
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