GuideTech will also present two conference papers, a company brief, and GuideTech's VP of Engineering, Garry Gillette, will provide the keynote speech at the 1st Annual TTTC Gigabit Test Workshop where GuideTech will deliver a tutorial on the esoteric subject of Bounded Uncorrelated Jitter (BUJ).
What does BUJ stand for?
BUJ stands for Bounded Uncorrelated Jitter
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The J-BERT N4903A pattern generators enable fast and accurate testing by: -- Simplifying worst-case jitter tolerance testing with built-in and calibrated jitter sources for random jitter (RJ), periodic jitter (PJ) and bounded uncorrelated jitter (BUJ).
Built-in, calibrated, automated and compliant jitter-tolerance testing with sources for periodic jitter, random jitter, bounded uncorrelated jitter and both intersymbol and sinusoidal interference.