This intensive Signal Integrity Workshop provides you with the necessary skills to tackle everyday SI and challenges with Keysight PathWave Advanced Design System (ADS).

The workshop starts with the three-step approach to solve any signal integrity problems, using analysis techniques such as eye diagram, mixed-mode S-parameters, time-domain reflectometry (TDR) and single pulse response. The session continues to exercise techniques in both single-ended and differential channels. Finally, the SI workshop concludes with EM model extraction and investigation of application and standards.

The hands-on approach allows you to gain confidence in your ability to apply these skills on your own. After attending this complimentary workshop, you will be able to resolve most Signal Integrity related issues with ADS.

AGENDA

Session 1  Apply the 3-step Approach to Solve any SI Problems
Session 2  Understand Your Single-Ended Channels
Session 3  Characterize Differential Channels with Confidence
Session 4  Extract and Analyze Channel EM Model
Session 5  Investigate Applications and Standards

Laptops will be provided. Seating is limited for this complimentary hands-on workshop, so be sure to register today. We look forward to seeing you.

COST
Complimentary

TIME
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION
8:30 a.m.

Dates and Locations

Wednesday, January 15
Residence Inn by Marriott Broomfield
455 Zang Street
Broomfield, CO 80021

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Thursday, February 13
Residence Inn Bellevue Downtown
605 114th Ave SE 
Bellevue, WA 98004

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Presenter

Tim Wang-Lee, Signal Integrity Application Scientist, Keysight Technologies

Chun-ting "Tim" Wang Lee is a Signal Integrity Application Scientist in the PathWave Design Group of Keysight Technologies. Wang Lee received his BSEE degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and MSEE from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate concentrating on Signal Integrity simulation and measurement correlation at the University of Colorado. In the past years, he has presented papers in DesignCon focusing on understanding high-speed channels and improving simulation and measurement correlation.

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