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Laurence Marchini

Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:

We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "BERT", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.

Start with the news release Scope sets the standard for DisplayPort tests from Agilent Technologies Europe, which we summarised at the time by saying "Full physical layer test coverage for both sink and source of DisplayPort, reducing validation time and drastically increasing DisplayPort product reliability". A few weeks before, we featured the news release Boundary-scan system supports Intel's IBIST from Asset InterTech: "IBIST leverages the boundary-scan IEEE1149.1 specification as the hardware and software communication methodology for accessing and controlling its embedded on-chip capabilities".

In September 2007, we covered the news from Anritsu (UK) concerning its MP1810 - take a look at Comms tester speeds IC development which says: "New jitter unit enables Phyworks to reduce evaluation time for 10G products and contributes to quick time to market".

Take a look also at the news release from Yokogawa Europe - Test and Measurement, Optical instrumentation extends to XFP modules, as well as Sixteen serial ports ride on PCI Express bus from Sealevel Systems, and Software upgrades serial bit-error-rate tester from Agilent Technologies Europe.

See also:

USB modules bring serial devices onboard (November 2006)
Sealevel Systems has added two new models to its popular Sealink USB to serial product line: the Sealink+8/232.RJ and the Sealink+8.VC

News on the Bert Zandhuis from Coresonic (September 2006)
Coresonic has named Bert Zandhuis as Vice President of Worldwide Sales

Avago Advances to the Next Generation (July 2006)
Key Development in Chip Design Extends Deep Heritage of Leading-Edge IP

500th lithography system shipped (July 2006)
ASML marks technology and market leadership with shipment of 500th Twinscan system

PC/104 module sports 16 serial ports (April 2006)
Targeting serial intensive embedded applications, Sealevel Systems has introduced the industry's first PC/104 module offering 16 RS485 ports

RoHS-compliant serial card has multiple interfaces (November 2005)
The Ultra 530.LPCI is billed as the industry's first RoHS-compliant multiple-interface PCI serial I/O card

Medical show looks ahead to robotic surgery (November 2005)
The programme for the 2006 Medical Device Technology European Conference will focus on the critical areas of medical device regulation, micro and nanotechnology and risk management

Interface aids FBDIMM adoption (October 2005)
The IN581AMB is the first device to include an interface between the high-speed serial interface and industry standard DDR2 SDRAM that is fully compliant with the JEDEC AMB specifications

USB serial servers put 16 peripherals into one (October 2005)
Offering 16 independent serial ports, Sealink+16 devices are ideal for connecting multiple peripherals such as barcode scanners, serial displays and data acquisition modules to any USB port

Board embeds eight RS485 lines (August 2005)
A new eight-port PC/104 RS485 module targets serial-intensive embedded applications

Serdes core runs up to 8Gbit/s (June 2005)
Agilent Technologies has developed the industry's first 8Gbit/s multirate embedded serdes core for storage networking OEMs

Advanced SoI process set for commercialisation (April 2005)
American Semiconductor will use manufacturing services from Silicon Valley Technology Center to commercialise its Flexfet advanced SoI CMOS wafer fabrication process

Adapter runs RS232 through USB ports (February 2005)
Sealevel Systems has launched the first internal USB to RS232 serial adapters, available in both one-port and two-port models

Serdes core shrinks to work at 90nm (January 2005)
Agilent Technologies has validated its third-generation serdes core in a 90nm CMOS process technology

65nm technology for advanced chip development (October 2004)
Silicon Valley Technology Center has become the first R and D services provider offering 65nm silicon processing capabilities to third-party companies

Chipset improves the image of large-screen LCDs (May 2004)
Claiming a breakthrough for display technology, National Semiconductor has released a new point-to-point differential signalling digital interface architecture and chipset for LCD TVs

Help for Electronica exhibitors (February 2004)
Eligible companies exhibiting at this year's Electronica, staged by Munich Trade Fairs, will qualify for financial support from the UK Government

News on the BERT 20E1 from Megger (November 2003)
The BERT 20E1 test set provides fast, straightforward in-service or out-of-service testing on digital E1-based (2Mbit/s) telecommunication networks

Low-profile PCI serial card has standards covered (October 2003)
Ultra COMM+I.LPCI is the first low-profile optically isolated serial I/O adapter from Sealevel Systems capable of RS232/422/485 communications

PCI card adds eight serial ports (August 2003)
The Ultra Comm+8.PCI is a multi-interface, eight-port, Universal Bus compatible PCI adapter

Four-channel serial board uses software selection (June 2003)
The C4-104.Ultra is the first multi-interface PC/104 serial I/O card that allows the user to select the desired interface via software

Serial adapter fits both PCI slots (November 2002)
The latest addition to the popular PCI product line from Sealevel Systems is the Ultra Comm+2.LPCI, a dual-port low-profile PCIbus serial I/O adapter

Anritsu funds research at Bristol (October 2002)
The Optics Group of Bristol University's Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has taken delivery of the first Anritsu 43.5Gbit/s bit error rate test system to be sold in the UK

Switching modules cut optical test costs (August 2002)
A new range of optical switching modules allows optical equipment designers to optimise their use of costly stimulus sources to reduce costs without compromising quality or productivity of the tests

Handheld analyser gains further GPRS capability (May 2002)
NetTest has added further GPRS network testing features to its Lite 3000 series of handheld network testing instruments for fixed and mobile networks

Convertors are quiet enough for wireless (September 2001)
Designed for wireless appliances that demand low-noise performance, Texas Instruments claims its TPS6024x series are the industry's lowest noise switched-capacitor buck-boost convertors

X-Change convertor offers cost-effective routing (July 2001)
Now available from Microtel, the Eloquence X-Change is designed to provide cost-effective routing by acting as an exchange between E1, G.703/G.704 and X.21 protocols

SONET BERT tester checks switch performance (March 2001)
Ixia has introduced a bit error rate tester (BERT) for OC-192c optical SONET/SDH interfaces

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