10/30/19 – LeCroy Webinar: Probing in Power Electronics – What to Use and Why Two Part Webinar Series – Part 2

Date: Wed, October 30, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

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

Power electronics designs have inherent measurement challenges. This has led to development of many specialized high and low voltage single-ended and differential probes to meet the specific needs of this market. However, proper probe selection and use is critical for operator, equipment and DUT safety and also has a large influence on the accuracy of the measurement.

Join Teledyne LeCroy for this two-part webinar series as we provide an overview of the different HV rated probe specifications and topologies, explain what measurement each probe topology is ideally suited for, and provide real-word examples and comparisons between a variety of different probes and amplifiers.

Part 1 will provide an essential overview of probe specifications, probe types and characteristics, and probe fit to various applications, and the first of several real-world probe measurement comparisons.

Part 2 will continue with additional real-world probe measurement comparisons.

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10/23/19 – LeCroy Webinar: Probing in Power Electronics – What to Use and Why – Two Part Webinar Series – Part 1

Date: Wed, October 23, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

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

Power electronics designs have inherent measurement challenges. This has led to development of many specialized high and low voltage single-ended and differential probes to meet the specific needs of this market. However, proper probe selection and use is critical for operator, equipment and DUT safety and also has a large influence on the accuracy of the measurement.

Join Teledyne LeCroy for this two-part webinar series as we provide an overview of the different HV rated probe specifications and topologies, explain what measurement each probe topology is ideally suited for, and provide real-word examples and comparisons between a variety of different probes and amplifiers.

Part 1 will provide an essential overview of probe specifications, probe types and characteristics, and probe fit to various applications, and the first of several real-world probe measurement comparisons.

Part 2 will continue with additional real-world probe measurement comparisons.

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10/2/19 – LeCroy Webinar: Differential Impedance – How Not to Be Confused

Date: Wed, October 2, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

Presenter: Eric Bogatin, Dean of the Signal Integrity Academy

Differential pairs proliferate in all high-speed interconnects. While many of the principles of single-ended interconnects can be applied to differential signals and interconnects, there are a few special considerations that are different.

In this webinar, we explore how to think about differential and common impedance. Based on the properties of a differential pair, we look at using a two port TDR as a differential TDR so we can characterize the basic differential impedance properties of the interconnect. We look at a variety of examples of differential traces on circuit boards and cables.

This is the third webinar in a six-part series. To view previous webinars in the series please click below:

 

TDR

 

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9/25/19 – LeCroy Webinar: DisplayPort Compliance Test Overview Part 2: Protocol Compliance Testing for DP1.4

Date: Wed, September 25, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

Presenters: Mike Engbretson, Oscilloscope Product Marketing Manager (Part 1) and Neal Kendall, Video Analyzer Marketing Manager (Part 2)

 

As DisplayPort developers continue to deploy DP1.4 designs at HBR3-8.1Gb/s, and look forward to Ultra Bit Rates (UBR) up to 20Gb/s over the USB-C connector; testing becomes more complex with each generation of DisplayPort Sources, Sinks, and Cables. This two-part webinar will cover all aspects of testing DisplayPort designs from the only company that covers all the required compliance tests – for both Physical (PHY) Layer and all Protocol layers.

 

Teledyne LeCroy’s DisplayPort 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.

In Part 1 we cover PHY Layer Testing

In Part 2, we cover a broad range of DisplayPort protocol compliance tests for both sources and sinks. These include Link Layer, Forward Error Correction (FEC), Display Stream Compression (DSC) and High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) compliance tests.

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9/18/19 – LeCroy Webinar: DisplayPort Compliance Test Overview Part 1: PHY Compliance Testing for DP1.4 and Beyond

Date: Wed, September 18, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

Presenters: Mike Engbretson, Oscilloscope Product Marketing Manager (Part 1) and Neal Kendall, Video Analyzer Marketing Manager (Part 2)

 

As DisplayPort developers continue to deploy DP1.4 designs at HBR3-8.1Gb/s, and look forward to Ultra Bit Rates (UBR) up to 20Gb/s over the USB-C connector; testing becomes more complex with each generation of DisplayPort Sources, Sinks, and Cables. This two-part webinar will cover all aspects of testing DisplayPort designs from the only company that covers all the required compliance tests – for both Physical (PHY) Layer and all Protocol layers.

Teledyne LeCroy’s DisplayPort 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.

Part 1 will cover PHY Testing , Part 2 will cover Link Layer and Functional Testing.

 

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9/11/19 – LeCroy Webinar: Demystifying ADAS Serial Link Debug Requirements

Date: Wed, September 11, 2019
Time: 11:00AM Pacific | 2:00PM Eastern

 

Presenter: Robert Mart, Teledyne LeCroy Product Marketing Manager

 

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) is a very buzzy term in the automotive industry these days; but have you ever wondered how an ADAS system actually functions?

ADAS

 

In this webinar we’ll start by exploring what ADAS is and the different types of ADAS. We’ll then transition to walking through a block diagram of a typical ADAS system, discussing the array of high and low-speed serial links which are used in an ADAS system. We’ll provide an overview of each of the protocols behind these serial links and describe the physical and protocol layer testing requirements for each technology.

 

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