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Fibre Channel Design and Test

Fibre Channel (FC) is the de-facto standard technology used in storage area networks such as RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) systems, JBODs (Just a Bunch of Disks), workstations and servers. Existing designs utilize data rates of 8.5 Gb/s, 4.25 Gb/s, 2.125 Gb/s and 1.0625 Gb/s, with 16G under design. The tremendous increase of data traffic has fueled the need for higher speed networking components.

Specifications and compliance tests are defined by the Technical Committee T11 within the InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS). The resources you find here will provide you with an overview of Fibre Channel design, understand the latest measurement techniques, and illustrate design and debug approaches.

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DesignCon 2014 
Jan 28-31, 2014; Santa Clara Convention Center Download papers presented, order the AEF DVD

Tradeshow

 
Electronic Measurement Events in Europe, Middle East & Africa 
Electronic Measurement events in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa - seminars, trade shows, user group meetings, webcasts, tutorials and conferences.

Seminar

 
EMI/EMC Analysis for High-Speed Digital Design Webcast 
Live broadcast July 24, 2014; 10am PT/1pm ET/19:00 CET

Webcast

 
Fixture De-embedding Techniques for 28 Gb/s Transmitter Measurements Webcast 
Live broadcast January 23, 2014; 10am PT/1pm ET/19:00 CET

Webcast - recorded

 
How to Achieve Compliance to the New 1E-16 BER Contour Spec in DDR4 
Live broadcast November 6, 2014; 10am PT/1pm ET

Webcast

 
How to Optimize Your SerDes Design During the Pre-layout Phase Webcast 
Original broadcast September 25, 2014

Webcast - recorded

 
New Calibration Method Simplifies Measurements of Fixtured Devices Webcast 
Original broadcast July 29, 2014

Webcast - recorded

 
Simulation-Measurement Workflow for DDR Compliance Webcast 
Original broadcast March 27, 2014

Webcast - recorded

 
Simultaneous Switching Noise Analysis in DDR4 applications using Power-Aware IBIS Models Webcast 
Original broadcast May 22, 2014

Webcast - recorded