Analyzing Jitter Using Agilent EZJIT Plus Software – brought to you by Electrical Engineering Community!

Posted: February 19, 2013 in Test Equipment
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RJ/DJ analysis separates a signal’s aggregate total jitter into random jitter (RJ) and deterministic jitter (DJ) components.When you separate the components, you can estimate peak-to-peak jitter values at very low bit error rate levels that would otherwise take too much time to measure directly.

Want to learn how to perform RJ/DJ jitter analysis? Check out the full article here!

 

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