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  • Jun 18, 2015
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    Optimizing Battery Run and Charge Times of Today’s Mobile Wireless Devices

    Today’s smart mobile wireless devices have amazing capabilities enabling to perform a myriad of advanced applications. However, their power consumption has grown considerably as a result. Providing acceptable battery run-time is more important than ever, and, with much larger batteries, providing an acceptable charging time has now become another top priority....More
  • Jun 23, 2015
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    MIPI – Overcome Test Challenges to Ensure Interoperability for your PHY

    Various physical layer standards are developed by Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) Alliance standards body to address performance and power requirements in mobile applications. With physical data rates extended to 4.5 Gb/s for D-PHY, 11.6 Gb/s for M-PHY and 2.5 GSym/s for C-PHY, signal integrity will be critical to guarantee interoperability....More
  • May 28, 2015
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    Extraction, Verification, and Usage of a Short Haul Opto VCSEL Model

    For multigigabit data links in data centers, opto-electronic links are replacing traditional copper, which has severe attenuation at high frequencies. In this webcast we present an efficient way to model such links....More
  • May 27, 2015
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    DisplayPort 1.3 – PHY Layer Test Requirements

    The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has released the latest DisplayPort specification v1.3, and with it comes new capabilities and an increase in data rates. As data rates increase the margins decrease in your link and in your validation processes while the complexity in the test process increases....More
  • May 19, 2015
    webinar

    Perform Power Supply Frequency Response Analysis using an Oscilloscope

    Today’s power supplies are much more than full-wave rectifiers with filtered outputs. DC-to-DC converters such as switch mode power supplies (SMPS), step-down linear regulators, and LDOs, include negative feedback networks and amplifiers for precise regulation....More
  • May 13, 2015
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    MIPI Physical Layer Standards and Receiver Test Solutions

    The MIPI Alliance supports the mobile industry by establishing standard interfaces for mobile devices. Demand for higher aggregate bandwidth is satisfied with increased data rate ranges of existing D- and M-PHY interfaces, as well as the new C-PHY interface, that offers multiple bit transmission per unit interval....More
  • Apr 29, 2015
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    Phase Noise Measurement Techniques

    Phase noise can be a limiting parameter on system performance of many types of systems. As radar precision and communication data rates (and correspondingly, modulation complexity) have increased, low phase noise oscillators and instrumentation to accurately measure has never been more important....More
  • Apr 14, 2015
    webinar

    Fundamentals of Low Current and Ultra-High Resistance Measurement

    Performing current vs. voltage characterization on devices and materials at very low current levels presents a unique set of measurement challenges....More
  • Apr 7, 2015
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    Advanced Triggering and Signal Isolation using InfiniiVision X-Series Oscilloscopes

    Learn industry leading techniques to trigger and capture even the most difficult waveform abnormalities, and how the latest oscilloscope technology can give you fast insight into possible design issues, thus accelerating the debug process....More
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