[SI-LIST] Re: DDR2/DDR3

Tektronix has an older software package called "RT Eye" (I believe) that 
does analysis on eye diagrams acquired with their real-time scope. Not 
sure if it can work from saved .CSV files though.
Wolfgang






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Dear all

We have TDS6804 8GHz scope and 20GHz differential probes. We are looking =
for setup and hold times of DDR2 signals. But I want a SW that =
constructs an eye diagram for DDR2 and DDR3 which takes the .csv file =
from the scope. Is there any one who use such program?=20
Thanks
Mustafa

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