NI LabVIEW Jitter Analysis Toolkit

  • Automate and perform measurements using any oscilloscope or digitizer
  • Take advantage of thread-safe measurement acceleration when using multicore machines
  • Easily construct and display eye diagrams and bathtub curves
  • Enables eye mask definition and mask limit testing
  • Includes example programs for eye diagrams, mask testing, and RJ/DJ separation
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The NI LabVIEW Jitter Analysis Toolkit provides a library of functions optimized for performing the high-throughput jitter, eye diagram, and phase noise measurements demanded by automated validation and production test environments. Because it is hardware-agnostic, the toolkit can be used in a test system for automating measurements using any instruments, such as third-party oscilloscopes and digitizers or NI high-speed and high-resolution digitizers.

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