Power integrity is essential for the success of any electronic project.
Lesson 1 - Introduction to Power Integrity
Introduces the concept of power integrity and its importance in electronic design. It discusses the relationship between power integrity and signal integrity, and the different types of power integrity problems that can occur.
Lesson 2 - The Growing Need for Power Integrity
Learn the increasing need for power integrity in modern electronic designs. This is due to the increasing use of high-speed digital circuits, which require a clean and stable power supply.
Lesson 3 - Power Integrity Simulation with Digital Twin Models
How to use digital twin models to simulate power integrity problems. Digital twin models are accurate representations of real-world systems, and they can be used to predict the performance of a power delivery network under different conditions.
Lesson 4 - Power Rail Measurement Basics
The basics of power rail measurement. It covers the different types of power rail probes, and how to use them to measure power rail noise and voltage drop.
Lesson 5 - Measuring Power Quality and EMI Effects
How to make accurate and reliable power integrity measurements. It covers topics such as probe placement, signal conditioning, and data analysis.
Lesson 6 - Measuring Power Efficiency and Environmental Effects
Presents a number of case studies that illustrate the importance of power integrity in electronic design. The case studies cover a variety of different applications, including high-speed data converters, wireless communication systems, and power converters.
Power Integrity Analysis With N7020A and N7024A Power Rail Probes
The Keysight Power Integrity Analysis application works optimally with the N7020A and N7024A Power Rail probes. The analysis application lets users define a DC supply as either a victim of or an aggressor to, other periodic transitioning signals and quantifies the amount of adverse interaction involved. In this way, users can see what their DC supply and/or digital signals would look like if they were immune to the negative effects of each other. With this insight, users can make informed decisions about what, if any, the next steps they would take to clean up their dc supplies.
Making Your Best Power Integrity Measurements
Thanks to Moore’s law, electronic products contain ever-increasing functionality and features. Affordable microcontrollers enable devices and services with improved performance and richer features, such as household appliances, automobiles, medical devices, wearables, the Internet of Things, smartphones, and the cloud.
Power Supply Test Software for Infiniium EXR-Series and MXR-Series Oscilloscopes
Power supply analysis is easy with Keysight’s Infiniium MXR-Series oscilloscopes with the optional D9110PWRA software. The broad range of automated power supply characterization measurements including critical frequency response measurements such as power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) and control loop response (Bode plots). The Infiniium EXR-Series and MXR-Series oscilloscopes also support multi-channel waveform mask testing for detailed analysis of supply system turn-on/turn-off testing of up to 8 power supply lines.