Principles of Phase-Locked Loops
Learn how PLLs work and why they are widely used in applications that require frequency tracking, resonance driving, and oscillator control.
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Meet the Lock-in Amplifiers that measure microwaves.
QCCS Quantum Computing Control System
Find out how the components of the second generation of the QCCS play together to generate value in quantum computing.
Principles of Boxcar Averaging
Learn about the working principle, measurement parameters, and spectral response of a boxcar averager.
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