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  • Dec 4, 2013
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    Extreme Oscilloscope Probing: Extreme Challenges Call for Extreme Solutions

    The demands placed on today's electronic products tend to far exceed what was expected from electronics just a few years ago. Mobile products are expected to operate and survive a wide range of environmental conditions all the while preserving battery life. Similarly, automotive or industrial applications are expected to function reliably over a wide range of potential harsh conditions....More
  • Nov 5, 2013
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    True Differential S-Parameter Measurements

    Differential structures such as backplanes and cables are the primary means for transmitting high speed serial data signals. Signal integrity of these systems is determined by the characteristics of the media such as insertion loss, crosstalk, and differential to common mode conversion....More
  • Oct 9, 2013
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    Webcast: Phase Noise & Jitter Measurements

    This session will cover the theory and practice for making phase noise measurements on clock signals as well as the relationship between phase noise and total jitter, random jitter and deterministic jitter. Measurements on a typical clock signal will be presented....More
  • Oct 29, 2013
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    Fundamentals of Semiconductor Capacitance Measurement

    Capacitance measurement is an essential part of semiconductor device characterization. However, capacitance measurement is one area of parametric test where many easily preventable measurement mistakes are often made. The main reason for this is a scarcity of training material on fundamental capacitance measurement theory and on how to make proper capacitance measurements....More
  • Oct 22, 2013
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    Boundary Scan for Testing On-Board DDRs

    This webcast describes the issues many manufacturers are seeing in regards to the testing of DDR memory soldered on their products. It acknowledges that DDR testing in manufacturing is important because one of the outcomes of defects in assembling DDRs on the board is that the controller that they are connected to will not boot. Consequently, the product is "dead" and will not respond to any stimulus, making it difficult to troubleshoot....More
  • Oct 16, 2013
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    DDR memory characterization using a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope

    A real-time oscilloscope has always been the tool of choice for high-speed memory designers doing DDR electrical or parametric compliance testing and characterization. The limited channels on a real-time oscilloscope prevents the designer from performing DDR protocol trigger and decode to allow for more robust read and write data separation....More
  • Oct 3, 2013
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    Practical Approach to EMI Diagnostics

    The webinar will discuss practical EMI theory that will help you to approach your EMI testing more successfully. Robin will share the most common EMI problems he sees in designs today, and review techniques to diagnose and isolate those elusive sources of EMI. Find out about the latest test methods for EMI diagnostics, including how breakthrough technology like the Mixed Domain Oscilloscope has fundamentally changed the way Engineers are testing for EMI....More
  • Apr 3, 2013
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    GaN Roundtable: The State of GaN Reliability Today

    In a webcast round table, a panel of expert speakers will cover the state of GaN reliability today while - judging by the current state of the art and R & D - predicting where it will go in the future. Among the issues that will be covered are dependence on temperature and/ or voltage and circuit reliability concerns and how foundry enhancements are tackling them....More
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    Practical Guide to Making Advanced Jitter Measurements

    To characterize high-speed digital links, jitter measurements are key to ascertain the quality of the signal being transmitted, and yieds a quick view of the Bit Error Ration that can be supported by the link. The measurement of jitter, even if the user is provided a one-button interface...More
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    GaN Roundtable

    View our GaN Roundtable from June 6, 2012, where industry experts debated various claims about gallium nitride. They revealed its true strengths and weaknesses while explaining how this semiconductor material is changing microwave and RF design. Register now to view this event!...More
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    Conquering USB 3.0 Physical Layer Test Challenges

    USB 3.0 is hitting the mainstream market in a big way in 2012. With native Windows 8 support for USB 3.0 and Intel’s integrated chipset shipping this year, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adoption rates will really take off...More
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    Accelerating USB 3.0 Protocol Development

    SuperSpeed USB presents a new set of challenges for design verification and debug of the protocol layer. To take advantage of the new USB SuperSpeed data rate of 5 Gbps, devices must do much more than simply run at a higher data rate...More
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    Top 5 sources of noise problems when using precision SAR ADCS

    Precision Successive-Approximation-Register (SAR) Analog-to-Digital-Converters (ADC) are the preferred converters for fast reacting systems requiring zero or close to zero conversion cycle latency...More
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    See the Future of High-Performance Real-Time Oscilloscopes

    High-performance oscilloscopes are taking the next leap into the future. See how in this webcast from Agilent Technologies. You’ll want to attend if you make high-speed signal integrity measurements or validate leading-edge designs...More
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