Posted August 23, 2013
Communication devices and other electronic equipment use a variety of active devices including digital and analog ICs. Increased data clock rates and densely packed active components create an ideal environment for electromagnetic interference (EMI) as well as create ground bounce and Vcc droop. This interference contributes to jitter and timing problems within the integrated circuits and its impact on performance is difficult to model using simulations therefore it needs to be verified early in the design cycle. Noisecom JV9000 generates random noise (AWGN) and deterministic (CW) signals and injects them to the power supply (Vcc) in a controlled fashion to allow the user to test their device, circuit or system performance against noise on Vcc.
Posted June 24, 2010
The Noisecom, Noise by the Numbers, brochure is basically a tutorial about Noise. Learn all you need to know about what noise can do, how it is created, types of noise Noisecom provides and how to control it.
Posted June 8, 2009
Noisecom has developed a precision NF-test-set for 60G devices. The systems consists of precision noise sources that cover the 60G band, isolators for best VSWR match, and very low noise amplifiers with 30 dB gain to increase the output of the DUT, if it is too low for direct measurement.
Posted November 6, 2008
Frequencies are available from 100 to 160 MHz. A rechargeable Li-Ion battery allows continuous signal transmission of >10h, which makes Merlin an ideal signal source for field applications.
Posted August 1, 2007
Monty Johnson joined Wireless Telecom Group in January 2006 as CEO and Vice Chairman. With more than 25 years in the telecommunications industry, he has extensive experience in delivering network services to the world’s largest wireless and wireline carriers. Prior to joining Wireless Telecom Group, Johnson served as president and GM of Tekelec’s Network Signaling Group.
Posted July 26, 2007
The NoiseCom J7000 Jitter Test System is a powerful test instrument to alter serial signal streams through injection of Gaussian noise in a way that reflects real world signal behavior. To evaluate performance of components and systems, the J7000 is capable of adding precise amounts of white noise to the signal stream that allows the measurement of Signal-to-Noise ratio (SNR), Carrier-to-Noise ratio (CNR) and Bit-Error-Rate (BER).