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TIA stands for Time Interval Analyzer

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Applying the unique edge timestamping capabilities of GuideTech's proprietary Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA(TM)) technology, the GT4000 is the first to perform asynchronous HSS interface pattern verification using a 'virtual' pattern marker instead of a physical synchronization marker, which may take half a minute to achieve pattern match and often proves to be unreliable in the presence of large jitter.
GuideTech, the leading provider of high-throughput precision test and measurement instruments for the semiconductor design and manufacturing industries, today announced a major San Jose, CA based clock integrated circuit manufacturer has selected the GuideTech Time Interval Analyzer and Teradyne J750.
Based on patented Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA) technology, the company's Femto 2000 and GT4000 families of multi-channel timing test systems and accompanying Datacom Analysis software substantially improve test throughput via fast measurement rates, far greater measurement and analysis accuracy, and the ability to handle asynchronous or non-deterministic signals without external arming on up to 32 or 64 channels.
Based on patented Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA) technology, the company's Femto 2000 and GT4000 families of multi-channel timing test systems and accompanying Datacom Analysis software substantially improve test throughput via fast measurement rates, far greater measurement and analysis accuracy, and the ability to handle asynchronous or non-deterministic signals without external arming on up to 32 or 64 channels.
Based on patented Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA) technology, the company's FEMTO 2000 and GT4000 families of multi-channel timing test systems and accompanying Datacom Analysis software substantially improve test throughput via fast measurement rates, far greater measurement and analysis accuracy, and the ability to handle asynchronous or non-deterministic signals without external arming on up to 32 or 64 channels.
Based on patented Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA) technology, the company's Femto family of multi-channel timing test systems accomplishes this by substantially improving test throughput via fast measurement rate, increased parallelism and through critical, high-speed timing test coverage lacking in ATE systems.