DDR5 uses decision feedback equalization (DFE) to enhance signal quality at low power. It reduces loss and reflection effects but adds design challenges that need an integrated software platform for easy automation and analysis across the design cycle.
Lesson 1 - What is Decision Feedback Equalization (DFE)
Introduces the concept of decision feedback equalization (DFE) and how it is used to mitigate signal degradation in DDR5 systems. It covers the basics of DFE, how it works, and its benefits.
Lesson 2 - Simulating and Verifying DDR5 Systems
Discusses how to use simulation to validate DFE in DDR5 systems. It covers the use of Keysight Memory Designer to simulate DDR5 systems, and how to correlate simulation and measurement data.
Lesson 3 - Testing and Validating DDR5 Systems
Learn how to test and validate DDR5 systems using Keysight UXR-Series oscilloscopes. It covers the different types of tests that can be performed, and how to use the oscilloscopes to troubleshoot problems.