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The Measurement and Deconvolution of Time Jitter in Equivalent-Time Waveform Samplers

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The presence of time jitter between the trigger signal and the sampling strobe in an equivalent-time sampling oscilloscope can cause appreciable distortion of the recorded waveform. Under additive signal averaging conditions, a method has been developed to reduce this distortion. The method consists essentially of deconvolving a jitter-related effective impulse response from the recorded waveform data.

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IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 1 )