Real-time Spectral Analysis of Power Rails Part 6: How to Become an Expert in Power Integrity Testing

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Real-time Spectral Analysis of Power Rails Part 6: How to Become an Expert in Power Integrity Testing

Upcoming Webinar
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
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Power Integrity
Spectral Analysis
Power Distribution Networks (PDNs)

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How to Become an Expert in Power Integrity Testing Webinar Series

Power Distribution Networks (PDNs) require careful design to ensure excellent power integrity, especially in high-speed designs. This 8-part series walks you through the fundamentals to advanced topics with a large number of live demonstrations.

Real-time Spectral Analysis of Power Rails

In this session (Part 6), Dr. Eric Bogatin will explain and demonstrate how transforming acquired time-domain signals into the frequency domain will get you to the right answer faster, extract the important figures of merit of the signal, and help you find the root cause of a problem. Eric will introduce important principles to help you get the most out of your time and frequency domain measurements and analysis of signals. We’ll apply these techniques to look at high bandwidth signals, noise sources and power rails.

Topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Key features in the time domain that translate into feature in the frequency domain
  • Measuring voltage on power rails
  • Spectral fingerprints for linear regulators
  • Spectral fingerprints for SMPS regulators
  • Conducted noise
  • Near field emission noise

Who should attend? Hardware design and validation engineers and signal/power integrity engineers interested in expanding their knowledge on how to solve power integrity issues.

What attendees will learn? Attendees will be given detailed background information on power integrity measurements in the frequency domain and best techniques to apply to their measurements.

Presenter: Dr. Eric Bogatin, Teledyne LeCroy Fellow

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