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Overcoming 400G Test Challenges using PAM-4 Webcast

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WHAT IS THE WEBCAST ABOUT

The revolutionary switch to PAM-4 signaling used in 400 Gb Ethernet, 64G Fibre Channel and other standards introduces many new design and test challenges. Standards compliance requires new measurements to characterize transmitter and channel performance, as well as new stresses such as linearity to validate the receiver’s ability to deal with amplitude related impairments. In addition minimizing crosstalk, managing return loss and de-embedding parameters are critical to 400G designs. Attend this webcast to learn the latest PAM-4 industry developments and advanced tools to help you characterize and debug your 400G designs quickly and accurately.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Advanced development researchers, design engineers, signal integrity engineers, validation engineers, test engineers, architects, project managers, program managers, application managers, and application engineers.

PRESENTERS

Steve Reinhold, Business Development Manager, Keysight Technologies

Steve Reinhold is a Business Development Manager with Keysight Technologies working with high speed serial test technologies. Earlier in his career he developed RF and EMC test systems and high speed BER test equipment. Since joining Keysight, Steve has been involved in testing high-speed serial interfaces such as 100GE, USB and PCI Express using BERTs and oscilloscopes. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology from Cal Poly and an MBA from UCLA.

 

 

Rob Sleigh, Product Manager, Keysight Technologies

Robert Sleigh is a Product Manager for sampling scope solutions in Keysight Technologies' Network and Data Center organization. His responsibilities include product development of pulse amplitude modulation 4-Level (PAM-4) test solutions based on Keysight’s high-speed electrical and optical digital communications analyzer (DCA). Robert's experience at Keysight Technologies/Agilent Technologies/Hewlett-Packard includes 5 years in technical support and over 12 years in technical marketing. Prior to working at Keysight, Robert worked for 10 years at Westel Telecommunications in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, designing microwave and optical telecommunication networks. Rob earned his B.S.E.E. degree from the University of Victoria.

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