Power Integrity Measurements Webcast – Choosing the Right Tools
1 Hour | Webcast - recorded | Where & When
WHAT IS THE WEBCAST ABOUT
The prosaic DC power supply is receiving more and more scrutiny as supply voltages continue to get smaller. Supply tolerances are getting tighter as users try to decrease power, increase yield and minimize supply induced signal noise. This webcast will discuss tools and techniques for making power integrity measurements such as ripple, noise, spikes, compression, static/dynamic load response and supply induced signal noise and signal jitter. Included is a discussion of the effects of oscilloscope noise, probe noise, probe attenuation ratio, offset range, input range, connection technique and measuring supply/signal crosstalk.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers and technicians who need to characterize the power integrity of their designs.
Kenny Johnson, R&D Technical Lead, Keysight Technologies
Kenny Johnson is an R&D technical lead responsible for project definition, market investigation and product development of Keysight's oscilloscope probes and accessories. He has also designed logic analyzer probes, managed hardware, ASIC, and software development and spent time as a marketing product line manager.
Kenny has been an Keysight employee for 27 years and earned a BSME from Kansas State University. Kenny enjoys canyoneering, running, biking, and skiing.
Where & When
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