Signal Integrity Academy Live with Eric Bogatin - Longmont, CO

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 - 10:00am
1811 Pike Rd.
Suite 2F
Longmont, CO 80501
United States

When: Tue., April 16, 2019
Time: 10:00AM - 3:30PM (Includes lunch)
Where: Mentor, A Siemens Business
1811 Pike Rd., Suite 2F, Longmont, CO 80501

Cost: FREE to attend but seating is limited. Register soon to guarantee your seat.

This one day lecture – demo event will be a great chance to apply the Essential Principles of Signal & Power Integrity to real world measurement examples. We will illustrate best measurement practices through live demonstrations using oscilloscopes, probes and test boards.

All attendees* will receive a 3 month complimentary subscription to the Teledyne LeCroy Signal Integrity Academy.


10:00AM – Registration

10:30AM – 12:00PM
What Every Oscilloscope User Needs to Know About Transmission Lines
In this session, Eric will introduce you to the five simple, yet essential principles of signal integrity which we will apply to understanding how to interpret scope measurements from DC to > 1 GHz bandwidth. Attendees will gain a practical understanding of transmission lines and why this is so important in any scope measurement.

12:00PM – 12:30PM
Lunch - provided courtesy of Teledyne LeCroy

12:30PM – 2:00PM
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. We 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.

2:00PM – 3:30PM
Real Time Spectral Analysis of Power Rail Noise

While the real world is the time domain, sometimes we can gain insight about the origin of problems by looking in the frequency domain. The time domain and frequency domain properties of power rail noise are a little different than for digital signals. For some types of components, such as analog parts, mixed signal or clock generation, very low levels of power rail noise can have a big impact on performance. Sometimes the best way of finding these noise sources is by frequency domain analysis. We will discuss best measurement practices using real-time oscilloscopes to analyze power rail noise in the time and frequency domains to provide insight into the root cause of the problems.

*This offer applies to attendees only