Test & Measurement World, July/August 2012

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JULY/AUGUST 2012 VOL. 32 NO. 6 Cover story / Page 16 CONTENTS FEATURES 16 OSCILLOSCOPES COVER STORY Crosstalk problems are back Crosstalk, a problem associated with parallel buses, is now an issue with high-speed serial buses, where multiple signals on a single board can interfere with each other. By Ransom Stephens, Contributing Technical Editor Product update / Page 30 DEPARTMENTS 9 Editor's note 11 Test voices 12 News briefs 30 Product update 8 Editorial staff 33 Business staff 24 28 EMC TEST Precompliance testing for radiated emissions Some basic tools can help you identify trouble spots in your lab. By Kenneth Wyatt, Wyatt Technical Services MACHINE VISION USB 3.0 making headway into cameras USB 3.0 doesn't just let you download movies or transfer files faster than previous versions, it also improves industrial camera speeds. The USB3 Vision standard will let cameras, computers, and software interoperate as well. By Paul Kozik, Point Grey Research TEST DIGEST 14 Active probes are worth the extra cost 14 Testing E911 15 iOS logic analyzer shows the bits Cover: In a scene from the 1961 British film Gorgo, a Godzilla-like creature destroys a London building. © John Springer Collection/CORBIS SUBSCRIBE TO T&MW NEWSLETTERS : WWW.TMWORLD.COM Test & Measurement World | JULY/AUGUST 2012 | –5– MARKET TRENDS 13 Demand grows in Latin America for general-purpose test equipment VIEWPOINT 34 Remembering Dr. Roger Pollard: A life of innovation, collaboration, and leadership

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