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Generators standardise VCC noise immunity testing

29 Jan 2013

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Noisecom JV9000

The JV9000 generator series from Noisecom, is a family of adjustable noise generators that inject deterministic jitter signals and wideband noise into VCC lines for testing components that need to be qualified for immunity to VCC and GND noise interference. The instruments are particularly useful for analysing device PSRR (power supply rejection ratio) and are offered in both manual and computerised versions.

The JV9000 delivers noise from 500Hz to 2GHz at levels from 0.01 mV to 224 mV RMS into 50 Ω. Output power is 0 dBm. When outfitted with an optional CW generator, the JV9000 can simulate deterministic-jitter interferers within a signal frequency range of 1kHz to 0.5GHz (in steps). Customised input and output channels, as well as spur ranges and levels, are available on request.


For more information, visit www.noisecom.com



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