Keysight enables innovators to push the boundaries of engineering by quickly solving design, emulation, and test challenges to create the best power electronics experiences. Whether you’re looking to deliver reliable and repeatable measurements of power device evaluation and wide-bandgap semiconductors, Keysight accelerates innovation with intelligent insights that reduce risk and speed time to market.

At the PCIM 2023, Keysight demonstrated the PD1550A advanced dynamic power device analyzer, which extends our expertise and market leadership in testing wide-bandgap (WBG) devices (PD1500A) into the area of WBG power modules to shorten design cycles and accelerate the time to market for your products. We will also highlight the higher power sources that engineers frequently use in power electronics, as well as our precise current-voltage analyzers, robust design, and simulation tools.

See you next year

June 11 – 13, 2024

Messe Nürnberg
Messezentrum 1
D-90443 Nürnberg


Double Pulse Tester for Wide-Bandgap Power Modules

Keysight’s latest Double Pulse Tester is designed to provide repeatable and reliable wide-bandgap measurements for power modules, as well as to provide a customizable off-the-shelf solution. Keysight’s Double Pulse Testers are designed to meet the needs of engineers involved in characterizing WBG semiconductors – from discrete devices and now, to power modules.

This new release builds on the same intuitive, automated user experience of the popular PD1500A, to quickly and safely measure and extract dynamic parameters to characterize a large sample of power devices/modules. Due to the high adoption of power modules in various electric vehicles (EV) applications, this new solution would be of particular interest to automotive OEM and Tier 1 power converter designers, among many other markets that involve power electronics.

Learn how to test wide-bandgap semiconductors.

Watch this recording of our Solutions Architect, Ryo Takeda introducing our innovative solution.

Double Pulse Tester for Wide-Bandgap Power Modules

Power Device Analyzer / Curve Tracer


The Keysight Series of precision current-voltage analyzers ensure accurate and efficient current-voltage measurements to give you insight into characteristics across a wide range of I-V applications.

Keysight B1505A power device analyzer / curve tracer is a single-box solution with next-generation curve tracer functionality and offers extensive, fully automated device capacitance measurement capabilities.

Learn more about our power device analyzer / curver tracer portfolio.

PathWave Simulation Solutions

Keysight’s PathWave ADS Design and Simulation Software, and Power Electronics Professional (PEPro) simulate power electronics designs to address unwanted effects of high switching speeds when designing power converters and switching power supplies.

Read about the key solution featured: PathWave ADS – Power Electronics and PathWave ADS 2023.

PathWave Simulation Solutions

Advanced Power Source and Measurement

EMO PCIM2022 AdvPowerSource

Discover Keysight’s latest oscilloscopes with accessories for high power applications, as well as other bench power and electronic loads that enable advanced analysis in formulating power-related designs.

Key solutions featured:

Past Presentation

Poster dialogue: 10, May, 2023 (3:05 pm to 5 pm)

Title: Understanding the impact on parasitic probing effects onto the PCB power-to-control crosstalk in switch-mode power supplies

Abstract: The Power-to-Control Crosstalk (PCC) in Switch-Mode Power Supplies (SMPS) can be dominated by the parasitic capacitances of the PCB layout. PCC is facilitated by apparently harmless elements of the power converter design, like control chip pinout, the distribution of ground planes, and the setup of the feedback control compensation. This paper shows how to analyze the PCB PCC in power converters by means of FEM simulations, and discusses the effects of probing in measurements, which can mask the increased electromagnetic emissions caused by PCC phenomena.

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Speaker: Jay Carpenter (Power Electronics Software Business Development Engineer)

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