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2019-02-18  |  News

 

 

Browse On-Demand recorded Webinars presented by Teledyne LeCroy technical experts. Topic covered range from Oscilloscope basics to Protocol Analyzers, USB Type-C and more. You will find the full information on each webinar page.

 

 

 

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Essentials of HDMI Fixed Rate Link (FRL) Sink Protocol Compliance Test - Part 2
 

 

 

 

This is Part 2 of a webinar covering HDMI 2.1 compliance test for Fixed Rate Link (FRL) protocols. Attendees will learn the theory of Fixed Rate Link transmission and how sink devices are tested for compliance.

Presenter: Neal Kendall, Teledyne LeCroy Marketing Manager - quantumdata Product Family

 



Taking the TDR for a Spin: Interpreting Impedance Profiles
 

 

 

 

The TDR measures instantaneous impedance. When the interconnect is uniform, we can interpret the instantaneous impedance as a characteristic impedance. When it is not uniform, the instantaneous impedance depends on the rise time of the TDR. We can still use the impedance at a rise time as a figure of merit. You will learn how to interpret a TDR’s measured instantaneous impedance profile in terms of the interconnect’s characteristic impedance and time delay, and the location of impedance discontinuities. We’ll look at a variety of cables and PCB interconnect structures.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Dean of the Signal Integrity Academy, Teledyne LeCroy

 



PCI Express 4.0 Compliance Test Overview Part 2: Physical-Layer Testing
 

 

 

 

Before the official compliance program kicks off in August, get a masterclass in PCI Express 4.0 from the only company that covers all the required compliance tests – from electrical through Link layer and Transaction layer. Physical-layer and protocol test experts will break down each test, explaining the background theory, how the test procedure works, how passes and failures are determined, and how to track down and debug problems.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Dean of the Signal Integrity Academy, Teledyne LeCroy

 



PCI Express 4.0 Compliance Test Overview Part 1: Protocol Testing
 

 

 

 

Get a masterclass in PCI Express 4.0 from the only company that covers all the required compliance tests – from electrical through Link layer and Transaction layer. Test experts will break down each test, explaining the background theory, how the test procedure works, how passes and failures are determined, and how to track down and debug problems.

Presenters: Gordon Getty, Technical Marketing Manager and Dr. Patrick Connally, Product Marketing Manager, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Beyond the TDR
 

 

 

 

In this free webinar, the value of looking at multi-port and mixed mode TDR and impedance measurements will be introduced: the best measurement practices and how to analyze the results.

Presenter:Dr. Eric Bogatin, Dean of the Signal Integrity Academy, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Oscilloscope Basics: Debugging Embedded Systems
 

 

 

 

Understand the different measurement tools available in your oscilloscope and what tool is the best and most efficient during the debug process. Topics included in the discussion will be: understanding the various tools at your disposal on an oscilloscope, leveraging these tools to validate and debug your design, avoiding traps and pitfalls that lead to inaccurate or inefficient measurements.

Presenter: William Kaunds, Technical Marketing Engineer, Teledyne LeCroy

 



A Simple Technique To Measure The Bandwidth Of Your Probe-Scope System
 

 

 

 

In this webinar, we’ll see a simple, straightforward way of quickly measuring the system bandwidth using a Noisecom wideband white noise source. With this method, we’ll look at the bandwidths of both the oscilloscope and of passive probes like a 10x probe, coax cables, and active probes. The results will surprise you!

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity Evangelist, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Debugging Complex Embedded Computing System Issues
 

 

 

 

Deeply embedded computing systems contain a wide range of analog, digital, serial data, and sensor signals with complex signal interactions. This two-part webinar will provide an overview of how to best leverage your oscilloscope to debug these designs faster and with more confidence . The 1st webinar in the series will discuss the various signal display, measurement and math tools and how to avoid the traps and pitfalls that lead to inaccurate or inefficient measurements. Part 2 will provide various practical examples on how to best leverage the oscilloscope and oscilloscope tools sets introduced in Part 1.

Presenter: William Kaunds, Technical Marketing Engineer, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Secrets To Successful Power Rail Measurements
 

 

 

 

Power rail measurements offer a few unique challenges that typical signal measurements do not. These arise from the low level voltages on top of large DC levels, the low impedance source, the high bandwidth and the potential of rf pick up from non-coaxial probes. In this webinar, Eric will show how accurate, high bandwidth measurements of power rail voltages are sensitive to artifacts and how to overcome them so you can get a more accurate and realistic measure of your power rails.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Director of Marketing, Product Architect, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Essential Principles of Power Part 1: Voltage, Current and Power - from AC Line to PWM
 

 

 

 

Voltage and current ratings on board-level DC power rails are relatively straightforward. But AC utility supplies and power electronics pulse-width modulated (PWM) inverter/drive outputs are more complicated. Learn about the AC utility supply voltages and ratings, and what is meant by Volts, Amps, RMS, true RMS, Watts, VAs, VARs, power factor and phase angle, delta and wye three-phase electrical systems, and the measurement challenges.

Presenter: Ken Johnson, Director of Marketing, Product Architect, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Practical On-Die Power Integrity Measurements
 

 

 

 

One goal of PDN design is to engineer the power delivery network to deliver low noise DC voltages to the power rails on the die. The final test of the power noise is measuring the on-die power rail noise directly. Using a simple technique, we can directly measure the on-die power rail noise for the VCC rails, and if we plan ahead of time, sometimes the Vdd rails. In this presentation, Eric will introduce this method and look at two examples of measuring the on-die power noise and how some of the important design features affect this noise.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity Evangelist, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Measuring Motor Performance - Using Power Analyzers and Oscilloscopes
 

 

 

 

Motors are used everywhere from simple applications, such as powering a ceiling fan, to complex four-quadrant operation in a hybrid/electric vehicle propulsion system. This webinar discusses the measurement challenges in debugging a complete motor drive embedded control and power system. Viewers leave with an understanding of the tools and methodologies for measuring static (steady-state) and dynamic motor and drive performance.

Presenter: Ken Johnson, Director of Marketing, Product Architect, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Take Advantage of Real Time Spectral Measurements to Analyze Your Signals and Power Rails
 

 

 

 

We are used to thinking about scopes measuring signals in the time domain. Sometimes, by transforming these signals into the frequency domain, we can get to the right answer faster and extract the important figures of merit of the signal. Looking in the frequency domain can help us find the root cause of a problem.This webinar introduces a few important principles to help you get the most out of your time and frequency domain measurements and analysis of signals. We then apply these techniques to look at high bandwidth signals, noise sources, power rails and near field rf pick up.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity Evangelist, Teledyne LeCroy

 



Secrets of Oscilloscope Probing Of Signals and Power Rails, Revealed
 

 

 

 

Probes are the interface between the oscilloscope and your device under test. They can sometimes degrade your system’s signals. Understanding what the probe-cable-scope is doing will help you avoid some common artifacts, and select the right probe for your application. In this webinar, Eric introduces a general approach of understanding the DUT, the probe, the cable and the oscilloscope so you can routinely take more reliable measurements. This webinar also addresses many of the common questions engineers have.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity Evangelist, Teledyne LeCroy

Secrets of Oscilloscope Probing Of Signals and Power Rails, Revealed

 



Don’t Let Ground Bounce Ruin your Day
 

 

 

 

Ground bounce is a common problem in packages, connectors and circuit boards. And it gets worse with shorter rise times. This insidious problem can cause enough cross talk to break almost any product. In this webinar, Eric looks at the principles behind the root cause of ground bounce, how we can measure the ground bounce in your system, and based on the root cause, how we can design ground bounce out of your next product.

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Signal Integrity Evangelist, Teledyne LeCroy

Don’t Let Ground Bounce Ruin your Day

 



New Oscilloscope Techniques for EMC/EMI/ESD Testing
 

 

 

 

The digital oscilloscope has become the most commonly used test tool on the EMC engineer’s bench, but most engineers use only a fraction of the power available in these instruments. In addition, there are several overlooked aspects which can significantly impact signal integrity and EMC measurement results. This webinar uncovers oscilloscope tools that can assist with advanced and more accurate methods for performing EMC testing.

Presenter: Mike Hertz, Teledyne LeCroy Sr. Field Applications Engineer

New Oscilloscope Techniques for EMC/EMI/ESD Testing

 



The Fundamentals of Automotive Ethernet
 

 

 

 

Evolving from the BroadR-Reach standard, Automotive Ethernet enables faster data communication to meet the demands of today’s vehicles and the connected vehicles of the future. This session will focus on the fundamentals of the Automotive Ethernet ecosystem. It will include a brief history and evolution of the standard, and an overview of benefits of the new technology and the associated design challenges. We will conclude with an introduction into the test requirements and the analysis tools available to help troubleshoot and qualify designs.

 



The Fundamentals of Automotive Ethernet
 

 

 

 

Evolving from the BroadR-Reach standard, Automotive Ethernet enables faster data communication to meet the demands of today’s vehicles and the connected vehicles of the future. This session will focus on the fundamentals of the Automotive Ethernet ecosystem. It will include a brief history and evolution of the standard, and an overview of benefits of the new technology and the associated design challenges. We will conclude with an introduction into the test requirements and the analysis tools available to help troubleshoot and qualify designs.

 



USB 3.1 Gen 2 Compliance Testing and Debug
 

 

 

 

USB has been a very popular standard for data transfer on multiple platforms for many years. The latest edition of the standard called USB 3.1 Gen 2 or SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps has gained popularity in the industry. The introduction of the smaller form factor Type-C connector and it’s applications in power delivery and display signals has led to wider implementation of this standard, particularly in cell phones and other mobile devices. The higher data rate associated with the standard offers tougher challenges during development and testing. 

 



Probing in Power Electronics - What to Use and Why
 

 

 

 

Power electronics designs inherently have high voltage signal levels and signals "floating" on top of high voltages.  This has led to developments of many specialized high voltage single-ended and differential probes and amplifiers to meet the specific needs of this market. However, the selection of the right probe topology and type is critical not only to operator, equipment and DUT safety, but also has a large influence on the accuracy of the measurement.

 

For a full list of the Teledyne LeCroy On-Demand Webinars, please visit the Teledyne LeCroy Web Seminars website.

 
 
 
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