NRZ


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NRZNon-Return-To-Zero (modulation)
NRZNeue Ruhr Zeitung (German: New Ruhr Newspaper; Essen, Germany)
NRZNon Return to Zero
NRZNational Railways of Zimbabwe
NRZNeue Rheinische Zeitung (German: New Rhenish Newspaper)
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In the past, SerDes used two-level (NRZ) modulation, but recently there has been a move to introduce novel signaling such as PAM-4." To accommodate this move, she said, Keysight is enhancing its model generation, simulation, and data analysis technologies.
Evaluation of Band-Pass Filters Influence on NRZ Signal in HDWDM Systems // Electronics and Electrical Engineering.--Kaunas: Technologija, 2010.
The latest revisions of IEEE 802.3bs and OIF CEI-56G implementation agreements define PAM-4 and NRZ interfaces for electrical chip-to-chip, chip-to-module, backplane connections and optical interfaces for up to 400 Gb/s bandwidth.
"The high-quality NRZ waveform of the MP1800A and wideband passive PAM converter generate high-quality PAM signals with assured S/N that make the solution well suited for high-speed backplane/interconnect applications," he said.
16 May 2013 - US real estate investor Newcastle Investment Corp (NYSE:NCT) has wrapped up the separation of its unit New Residential Investment Corp, which has started trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NRZ, the companies said on Thursday.
In other news, Teledyne LeCroy debuted an Ethernet decode software option and Manchester and non-return-to-zero (NRZ) configurable protocol decoders for its oscilloscopes.
Current applications require non-return-to-zero (NRZ) data transport in long-haul (LH) SONET fiber optics for as much as hundreds of kilometers.
Features include a hardware-based pattern trigger up to 5 Gb/s for NRZ and 8b/10b streams.