In today and tomorrow’s world of multi-lane signaling, designers of serial data systems require multi-lane analysis. Unleash the power of multi-lane SDA analysis to perform eye and jitter measurements on up to four lanes, simultaneously.
VirtualProbe By using VirtualProbe, you can understand the characteristics of signals where a physical probe cannot be placed, such as inside of a package or at the end of an interconnect that doesn't physically exist. You can choose to remove effects caused by elements such as fixtures that are not be present in a production configuration, and also add the effects of a device that is to be included but for which only an S-parameter model exists. Use in conjunction with SDAIII products to complete your serial data analysis solution set.
SDM Serial Data Mask Package
PAM4 PAM4 signaling represents a new step in the evolution of serial data signal formats, overcoming some fundamental limitations of traditional NRZ signaling. But with new signal types come new measurement needs. Teledyne LeCroy’s PAM4 analysis package meets these needs by leveraging industry-leading eye, jitter and noise analysis capabilities to perform eye, jitter and noise analysis of PAM4 signals.
Eye Doctor II Eye Doctor II provides the channel emulation and de-embedding tools that engineers need for the next generation of serial data standards
CBL-DE-EMBED Remove cable effects from your measurements
SDAIII-CompleteLinQ signaling, designers of serial data systems require multi-lane analysis. Unleash the power of multi-lane SDA analysis to perform eye and jitter measurements on up to four lanes, simultaneously.
SDA II Unleash the power of serial data analysis to understand and characterize your design, prove compliance, and determine why a device or host fails compliance.
Key Features
  • Most complete jitter decomposition, eye diagram and analysis tools
  • Four simultaneous eye diagrams
  • Fastest eye diagram creation
  • 4-lane measurement and analysis capability
  • Unique Reference Lane and LaneScape Comparison Mode
  • Vertical noise measurements
  • Crosstalk analysis
  • Single CompleteLinQ dialog

SDAIII Option Family: Single or Multi-lane Eye, Jitter and Noise/Crosstalk Analysis

SDAIII is a family of serial data analysis options that unlock the capabilities of Eye, Jitter, Noise and Crosstalk analysis. SDAIII provides a single lane of analysis, similar to the previous SDAII package, with the addition of the new Reference Lane and LaneScape Comparison Mode. SDAIII-LinQ provides all SDAIII capabilities on 4 lanes. Extend these packages include crosstalk and noise analysis with SDAIII-Crosstalk or SDAIII-CrossLinQ. For a complete serial data and signal integrity solution, purchase SDAIII-CompleteLinQ, which includes all capabilities described above plus the EyeDoctorII and VirtualProbe packages.

Extensive Jitter Decomposition, Eye Diagramming and Analysis Tools

Access the most complete set of serial data analysis tools to form eye diagrams and decompose jitter into Tj, Rj, Dj and beyond. Go beyond eye and jitter measurements to understand jitter in the time, frequency, and statistical domains.

Simultaneous Analysis of Multiple Lanes or Setups

Use multi-lane analysis to simultaneously measure, view and compare eye diagrams and results from up to 4 lanes of traffic, or to compare multiple configurations for a single lane.

Upgrade from SDAII to access the Unique Reference Lane and Comparison Modes

Oscilloscopes with SDAII can be upgraded to access the new Reference Lane and LaneScape Comparison Mode. Use these powerful new tools to rapidly characterize and debug differences between lanes and to perform multi-scenario analysis.

New Vertical Noise Measurements

Noise due to crosstalk has become a serious signal integrity problem. SDAIII-Crosstalk and SDAIII-CrossLinQ measure noise levels and provide insight into the sources of interference and noise. Only Teledyne LeCroy measures noise in this manner on real-time oscilloscopes.

New Crosstalk Analysis

The SDAIII-Crosstalk and SDAIII-CrossLinQ packages include the new Crosstalk Eye, which depicts noise aggressors more clearly than a standard eye. Use the Crosstalk Eye Compare feature to quickly understand crosstalk effects in aggressor on/off comparisons.

The new Crosstalk Eye shows the probabilistic extent of noise both inside and outside the eye in a log scale. This view allows user to see the extent of noise that can be hard to see in a traditional eye diagram.

Extended Serial Data Analysis Framework

The SDAIII “framework flow dialog” provides access to all serial data analysis and signal integrity toolkits. Purchasing multi-lane (“LinQ” p/ns, EyeDoctorII and Crosstalk options unlock buttons that access buttons for those capabilities.