SI/PI Measurements on a Budget Webinar Part 4: How to Become an Expert in Power Integrity Testing

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SI/PI Measurements on a Budget Webinar Part 4: How to Become an Expert in Power Integrity Testing

On-Demand Webinar
Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Power Integrity
Power Distribution Networks (PDNs)
Oscilloscopes
Power Rails
Impedance
Spectral Analysis

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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.

SI/PI Measurements on a Budget

In this session (Part 4), we will show you how you get the most out of your oscilloscope for power integrity measurements without spending a lot of money, including the right way you can do five common SI and PI measurements with a budget scope and some simple probes you probably already have around your lab. We’ll also show some of the common artifacts to avoid so you can get meaningful measurements.

Topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Calculating the approximate bandwidth needs for your oscilloscope
  • Measuring a power rail with a 10x probe
  • Measuring a low impedance power rail with a build-it-yourself power rail probe
  • Measuring the source of near field pick up
  • Using spectral analysis to analyze the root cause of noise pick up.

Who should attend? Hardware design and validation engineers and technicians interested in how to best leverage low-cost probes and techniques to measure power integrity well.

What attendees will learn? Attendees will be shown live demonstrations that will explain how to use common passive probes and self-built coaxial probes to measure and debug power integrity problems in circuits.

Presenter: Steve Murphy, Marketing Product Specialist, Applications Engineer

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