6/18/2020 – Teledyne Lecroy Webinar: Measuring and Debugging CAN/CAN FD Signals with an Oscilloscope

Date: Thu, June 18, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific | 1:00 PM Eastern

Measuring and Debugging CAN/CAN FD Signals with an Oscilloscope Webinar

In this webinar, we’ll showcase some best practices for measuring and debugging the CAN and CAN FD serial protocols with an oscilloscope, including triggering, decode, measurements, and analysis.

Topics included in our discussion will be:
• CAN and CAN FD message overview
• Optimizing sample rate configuration for CAN decoding and physical measurements
• CAN triggering techniques
• CAN error detection
• CAN decode, measurements, and eye patterns
• Statistics and analysis of digital CAN data
• Extracting/plotting embedded CAN data for pass/fail testing

Presenter: Mike Hertz, Teledyne LeCroy Sr. Field Applications Engineer

Can't attend live? Register anyway, and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.

6/17/2020 – Teledyne Lecroy Webinar: Part Two, Assessing Power Conversion System Performance – Using Power Analyzers and Oscilloscopes

Date: Wed, June 17, 2020
Time: 11AM Pacific | 2PM Eastern

Principles of De-embedding Webinar

High power (>1 kW), three-phase power conversion, and motor drives are everywhere - from large DC-DC converters to solar PV inverters, to motors and drives, including complex four-quadrant operation in a hybrid/electric vehicle propulsion system. Join us for this free two part webinar as we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of various instruments for debugging inverter subsections, embedded control/power systems, and the dynamic interaction between the power conversion/control system and the load.

Part Two will provide an extensive range of application examples from high-power DC-DC converter power analysis to complex drive power and control analysis involving coordinated complex control activities, variable-flux electric machine analysis, volt-second sensing analysis, dynamic loss calculations, and dynamic THD and harmonic analysis.

Part One provides an overview of various instruments, their best application use, how signals are acquired, the principles of static and dynamic power analysis, and application examples ranging from DC-AC inverter subsection dead-time analysis to basic static and dynamic power analysis of a simple motor drive. Click here to register.

Attendees will leave with a thorough understanding of the tools and methodologies for best practices and best instrumentation for various power conversion debug and validation.

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

Can't attend live? Register anyway and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.

9/1/2020 – NH Research Webinar: Electric Aircraft Testing

Tue, Jun 16, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM MDT


 

Enabling Electrification

Celebrating over 50 years in business!

 

 

 

 

Webinar: Electric Aircraft Test Approaches

Tuesday, September 1st, 2020

11am PDT / 12pm MDT

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Register today for the Electric Aircraft Test Approaches Webinar!

Presenter: Daniel McClelland, Eastern Region Sales Manager, NH Research

Electric flight raises unique and unprecedented testing challenges. Therefore, it is important for engineers to use the most effective technologies and test approaches to ensure product performance, safety, reliability and reduced time to market. This session will review key technology considerations for battery test systems, battery emulation, loading and sourcing test solutions.  

Whether you’re testing a traditional, hybrid, or full-electric aircraft system, modern test solutions are required for faster, scalable and repeatable testing. Learn how you can recreate an aircraft environment using the right test solutions that will substantially reduce test time, risk, energy consumption and operating costs. We’ll share best practices and techniques for testing electric batteries, propulsion systems, power distribution units (PDUs) and power converters/inverters. 

In this webinar, learn about:

·     Market Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

·     Key Technology Considerations and Testing Requirements

·     Modern Test Solutions and Approaches

·     Industry Applications and Use Cases

Who should attend?

Commercial, military aircraft and private manufacturers and suppliers across traditional, hybrid and fully electric aircraft, e-VTOL, drones, and urban air mobility (UAM) platforms

If you cannot attend the live event, please register to receive the recording. For any questions, please email jtran@nhresearch.com.

Thank you,

NH Research (NHR)

Your Partner in Test

Phone: (949) 474-3900 | Email: sales@nhresearch.com | Web: nhresearch.com

 

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·     The Fundamentals of Battery Test

·     Electric Powertrain Next Gen Test Solutions

·     Accelerate Battery Test Automation

 

On-Demand Webinars

6/16/2020 – NH Research Webinar: Accelerate Battery Test Automation with Enerchron®

Tue, Jun 16, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM MDT


Battery testing is complex, challenging and time consuming. Today’s engineers are looking for ways to accelerate and manage the complexities of test. A considerable amount of time is spent on test development, data collection and post-processing, not to mention, having to repeat this cycle when errors inevitably occur. Using the right software tool can dramatically reduce total testing time (time to results), eliminate operator errors and increase engineering productivity.
Enerchron® is an advanced software solution with test creation, execution and reporting tools created for battery testing. Sophisticated, dynamic test sequences are created without requiring complex programming skills. By enabling the integration of modular power stages, third-party products and control stations, NHR creates comprehensive test environments that are unique to each application. Enerchron breaks the mold of traditional automated battery cycling through its unique variable-based test sequence editor and compatibility with third-party solutions and equipment. Battery cycling profiles can now be easily created, run and repurposed for any Unit Under Test (UUT) or test station.
Key Takeaways:
• Learn how Enerchron differs from traditional battery test software • Identify how to develop a robust test plan strategy
• Get new insights on how to simplify and accelerate your battery test approach
• Receive a tutorial on how to set up a sample test procedure and drive cycle sequence using variables
If you cannot attend the live event, please register and we will send you the recording.

6/11/2020 – NoiseCom Sponsored Webinar: COM in NRZ and PAM4: Understanding How Crosstalk, Equalization, Noise, and Jitter Combine With Frequency Response

Signal Integrity Journal Webinar Series

Title:  COM in NRZ and PAM4: Understanding How Crosstalk, Equalization, Noise, and Jitter Combine With Frequency Response

Date:  June 11, 2020

Time:  8am PT/ 11am ET

Presented By: Ransom Stephens, Author, Technologist, and Physicist

Sponsored by:  Noisecom and Rohde & Schwarz

REGISTER HERE

Abstract:

High-speed serial technology standards are adopting ever more complicated figures of merit for compliance testing. They’re meant to give designers the freedom to optimize network elements as best they can within the confines of transmitter-channel-receiver interoperability. Channel operating margin (COM) is the most complex. In this webinar, we dive into COM not only so that you can understand what it is, how it works, and its limitations, but so that you can see how the gears turn in high-speed serial systems polluted with jitter, noise, and crosstalk.

Who should attend:

Engineers who design, test, or implement HSS (high speed serial) technology at the physical layer. COM is used in IEEE802.3bj/bs/cd/ck (50/100/200/400 Gigabit Ethernet) but the concepts that go into COM are universal to all HSS technologies from 25 to 112 Gb/s: OIF-CEI, PCIe, USB, sATA, Inifiniband, FibreChannel, etc.

Presenter Bio:

Ransom Stephens, Ph.D., helps engineers advance to the highest data rates by teaching the concepts engineers need to design better systems, better serdes, and better ways to find problems and come up with solutions. Ransom started in basic research at labs in the US and Europe specializing in digging weak signals out of strong backgrounds. He brought those skills to high speed electronics in 1999 and invented new techniques for signal and noise analysis. Since 2005, when he started Ransom’s Notes, his seminars have helped thousands of EEs understand key nuances of their work. Ransom was named the 2017 Jim Williams ACE Contributor of the Year for content that advances engineering and design. He is also an accomplished book author: the novels The God Patent and The Sensory Deception both published by 47North, Amazon Publishing’s science fiction, fantasy, and horror imprint have each appeared on a variety of bestseller lists. His first full-length work of nonfiction popular science, The Left Brain Speaks the Right Brain Laughs, was published by Viva Editions in 2016. Ransom holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of California.

6/10/2020 – Teledyne Lecroy Webinar: Part One, Assessing Power Conversion System Performance – Using Power Analyzers and Oscilloscopes

Date: Wed, June 10, 2020
Time: 11AM Pacific | 2PM Eastern

Principles of De-embedding Webinar

High power (>1 kW), three-phase power conversion, and motor drives are everywhere - from large DC-DC converters to solar PV inverters, to motors and drives, including complex four-quadrant operation in a hybrid/electric vehicle propulsion system. Join us for this free two part webinar as we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of various instruments for debugging inverter subsections, embedded control/power systems, and the dynamic interaction between the power conversion/control system and the load.

Part One will provide an overview of various instruments, their best application use, how signals are acquired, the principles of static and dynamic power analysis, and application examples ranging from DC-AC inverter subsection dead-time analysis to basic static and dynamic power analysis of a simple motor drive.

Part Two will provide an extensive range of application examples from high-power DC-DC converter power analysis to complex drive power and control analysis involving coordinated complex control activities, variable-flux electric machine analysis, volt-second sensing analysis, dynamic loss calculations, and dynamic THD and harmonic analysis. Click here to register

Attendees will leave with a thorough understanding of the tools and methodologies for best practices and best instrumentation for various power conversion debug and validation.

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

Can't attend live? Register anyway and we will send you the recording and slides afterward

6/4/2020 – Orolia GPS World Webinar: Resilient Timing for Critical Infrastructure

GPS World Webinar: Resilient Timing for Critical Infrastructure

What:                   GPS World Webinar: Protecting Critical Infrastructure with

                              Resilient Timing & Synchronization

When:                   June 4, 2020 at 1 pm Eastern Time

Where:                 Online - Register Here

 

Please Join in on this GPS World Webinar to learn how Resilient Timing and Synchronization protocols can protect critical infrastructure from security breaches such as GPS/GNSS signal jamming and spoofing, as well as Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) data corruption. These threats have now been raised to a national priority in the United States with a federal Executive Order to protect critical infrastructure.

5/28/2020 – Pickering Webinar: Accelerate Software Development of Your Automated Test Systems

Online Technical Webinar from Pickering

Accelerate Software Development of Your Automated Test Systems
  • Date: Thursday, May 28th 
  • Time:
    • 10:30 AM Eastern Time
    • 3:30 PM British Standard Time
    • 4:30 PM Central European Time

Much like driving from one point to another in a big city, routing an electrical signal between a test instrument and a device under test can require navigating a complex network of interconnected relays, wiring and interfaces. Instead of right and left turns, the ATE software engineer must determine the correct position setting of multiple relays to establish the desired route.

In this training, you'll learn how Switch Path Manager (SPM) signal routing software accelerates the software development effort of Automated Test Systems, considerably reducing the number of lines of code required to route test instrumentation to the device to be tested.

SPM signal routing software is an interactive utility that essentially maps a wiring and interconnect schematic into a configuration file that can be used to simplify code development. Features include:

  • Complex switching systems management
  • Reduction of switching software development effort
  • Debug monitor and manual control capability
  • APIs available for C, C++, .NET, LabWindows™/CVI and LabVIEW® Windows 32-bit or 64-bit compatible

5/19/2020 – Pickering International Conference and Pickering Pilot Line Conference

Scott Jordan from Pickering's preferred partner PI (Physik Instrumente) will deliver two important industry presentations this week at the PIC International Conference and PIC Pilot Line Conference online summits on May 19th.

• “Two Paths to Economic Packaging & Test”
• “Photonics Manufacturing and Pilot Lines in the Era of the Coronavirus”

Check out Scott Jordan's video summary about why this is an important event.

Register for free and learn about silicon photonics test and measurement, enabled by our industry-leading CM300xi with wafer-level edge coupling.

Date: 19 May 2020
Time: 14pm CEST / 8am EDT / 5am PDT / 8pm CST / 9pm JST

5/14/2020 – Anritsu Webinar: VNA Fundamentals Part I: Architecture and Measurements


Date: May 14, 2020

Time: 2:00 PM Eastern | 1:00 PM Central

Location: Your Desk!

REGISTER HERE


Webinar Overview

Vector network analyzers provide the ability to accurately measure over the widest single connection frequency range of 70 kHz to 20 GHz, 40 GHz, 50 GHz, 70 GHz, 110 GHz and a variety of bands to 1.1 THz.

This webinar will cover the fundamentals of the Vector Network Analyzer (VNA), one of the most versatile and flexible pieces of microwave instrumentation on the RF engineer’s test bench.

You will Learn:

  • Learn where and why VNAs are used
  • Understand common terminology
  • Explore system architectures
  • Trade-off key component technologies
  • Review basic measurements

Presenter:

 

Arno Pettai Arno Pettai - Field Applications Engineer

Arno has 35 years’ experience in the RF and microwave industry.

Prior to Anritsu, he held various positions in product development, operations, and applications engineering at companies involved in commercial satellite communications and defense electronics.  Arno earned his BSEE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, and his MSEE from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.