Time Interval and Pulse width. All functions work directly on the input signal at frequencies up to 400 MHz without any prescaling. This means that you can measure pulses as narrow as 1 ns, occurring at frequencies up to 400 MHz, or the skew between two signals at 400 MHz. There is also an optional prescaler for each input channel which allows frequency and period measurements.
PLLs and frequency modulation â measure jitter, time interval error and settling time
Ultrasonic and radar pulse timing
Optical and magnetic disk drive â measure jitter, rise time, and bit timing directly
Oscillators and crystals â measure frequency, start-up time and time interval error
Pulse width modulated signals â measure variations over time
Time stamping of events in real time