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Bit Master MP1026A Eye Pattern Analyzer

This manual provides maintenance instructions for the Bit Master Model MP1026A Eye Pattern Analyzer. The manual provides operational tests, performance verification procedures, battery pack information, part replacement procedures, and a list of replaceable parts and assemblies. Appendix A contains a blank test record to copy for recording measured values. Familiarity with the basic operation of the front panel keys (for example, accessing menus using the Shift key, or meaning of soft key is assumed.

Maintenance Manual pdf 1.8 MB 8/7/2009

Bit Master MP1026A Programming Manual

This manual contains descriptions of the remote commands available for Anritsu’s line of Bit Master products.

Programming Manual pdf 541.7 KB Version: B 2/18/2008

Bit Master MP1026A User Guide

User Guide for the Bit Master MP1026A Handheld Eye Pattern Analyzer.

User Guide pdf 5.3 MB Version: B 9/26/2007

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Updating Legacy Anritsu Handheld Instrument Firmware

This document provides an overview of the firmware update process using Anritsu’s Master Software Tools (MST). For detailed information about Master Software Tools, refer to the Help menu > Help Contents. For detailed information on the firmware update process refer to the User Guide for your Anritsu handheld instrument.

Drivers Software Downloads pdf 383.0 KB Version: C 7/31/2017

MP1026A Customer Service Revision

Release history.

Drivers Software Downloads pdf 36.5 KB Version: 1.25 10/20/2008

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Can the MP1026 unit be used to test DCD (Duty Cycle Distortion) jitter?

Yes. The MP1026A can perform Duty Cycle Distortion (DCD) measurements. DCD is a component of the Data Dependent Jitter.

Duty Cycle Distortion is a measure of the time separation between the rising edge and falling edge at the 50% level of the eye diagram. To measure the DCD, the 50% level of the edges is calculated using the same histograms that are used in the Rise Time and Fall Time measurements (take the center of the 20% to 80% measurement). The DCD is then calculated using the following equation:

DCD % = 100 x [Time difference between rising and falling edges @ 50% level / Bit period]
 
The DCD value is given as a percent of the Bit Period. To determine the DCD value in time (ps), divide the % value by 100 and multiply by the Bit Period (in ps).