Instrument Fundamentals: Digital I/O

Publish Date: Dec 14, 2016 | 1 Ratings | 5.00 out of 5 | Print


The topics below will help you understand how to set up digital signals in your system.


Digital States, Voltage Levels, and Logic Families
Learn about voltage logic levels, logic level families, and common terminology for DIO logic levels.


Digital Timing: Clock Signals, Jitter, Hystereisis, and Eye Diagrams
Learn about digital timing of clock signals and common terminology such as jitter, drift, rise and fall time, settling time, hysteresis, and eye diagrams.


High-Speed Serial Explained
Learn about high-speed serial technology which uses low-voltage, differential signalling to send and receive digital data at very high data rates.


Isolation Types and Considerations when Taking a Measurement
Learn about common-mode voltage, isolation topologies, analog isolation, digital isolation, and isolation types.


Grounding Considerations for Improved Measurements
Learn about grounded signal sources, floating signal sources, differential measurements, single-ended measurements, and the proper signal and measurement configuration.  


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