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Power integrity measurements with R&S®RTM3000 and R&S®RTA4000 oscilloscopes

Authored on: Jul 3, 2019

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Measuring noise and ripple on power rails with small voltages and increasingly tighter tolerances is a challenge for oscilloscopes. Using a standard 500 MHz passive probe with a 10:1 attenuation results in additional measurement noise, causing overstated peak-to-peak voltage measurements and masking signal details as in our document. Register and download our tips for power integrity measurements with oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz.

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