How to Become an Expert in Automotive Ethernet Testing - Part 3: Mastering Transmitter Droop, Distortion, Jitter and Spectral Density Test

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How to Become an Expert in Automotive Ethernet Testing - Part 3: Mastering Transmitter Droop, Distortion, Jitter and Spectral Density Test

On-Demand Webinar
Thursday, May 13, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Automotive Ethernet
Jitter
Physical Layer Compliance Testing

How to Become an Expert in Automotive Ethernet Testing

Automotive Ethernet is the becoming the serial data backbone of choice for faster data communication to enable advanced ADAS, infotainment, connected car, and autonomous vehicle technologies. Join Teledyne LeCroy for this 4-part webinar series covering automotive ethernet (BroadR-Reach, 100Base-T1, and 1000Base-T1) fundamentals through advanced testing for electrical link and PHY compliance test to advanced PHY debug.

Mastering Transmitter Droop, Distortion, Jitter and Spectral Density Test

In this session (Part 3), we will describe the requirements for the Physical Media Attachment (PMA) compliance tests with practical demonstrations using complex signals while indicating the procedures for obtaining the best measurement results and signal integrity.

Topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Maximum Output Droop
  • Transmitter Distortion
  • Transmitter Timing Jitter, Master and Slave
  • Transmitter Power Spectral Density (PSD)
  • Transmitter Peak Differential Output
  • Transmitter Clock Frequency

Who should attend? Engineers and technicians looking to learn more about the physical layer compliance test process for Automotive Ethernet.

What attendees will learn? What to expect when setting-up and performing Automotive Ethernet physical layer tests. Each of the different tests will be covered in detail with hands-on experience.

Presenter: Stephen Murphy, Teledyne LeCroy Applications Engineer

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