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Learn about random interleaved sampling (RIS)

When working with fast repetitive signals, in which the fastest signal components are more than half the frequency of the maximum sampling rate of the acquisition system, it may be possible to artificially increase the effective sampling rate of acquisition. This can accurately reveal waveform characteristics beyond the instantaneous Nyquist frequency, up to the full analog bandwidth of the digitizer.

The figure below shows that there is a visible improvement in the measurement for the higher frequency components between the non-RIS and the waveform obtained with RIS using the Agilent U1064A digitizer.

As a result it means that you could enhance the performances of your Agilent high-speed digitizers in applications such as ultrasound, lidar, time-domain reflectometry and distributed Bragg reflector.

Wanting to learn more? Online white paper access here. If you would rather get a hard copy to quietly read it in your coach, please send us you mail address here.

About Benedetta Viti

Benedetta is a PR & Web Editor. She is the key player behind the blog High-Speed ADC, willing to know more about the people behind the products. She holds a Bachelor in Languages and a Master in International Marketing.

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