In this course, we'll learn about key signal integrity measurements that every engineer needs to consider - everything from switch mode power supply (SMPS) measurements to power rail testing.
Lesson 1 - Introduction - Solving Power Integrity Challenges in IoT
Provides an overview of power integrity, the challenges it poses for IoT devices, and how oscilloscopes can be used to test power integrity.
Lesson 2 - Power and Current Probes Measurements
Discusses the different types of power and current probes and how to use them to measure power integrity signals.
Lesson 3 - Power Integrity Challenges in Affordable Electronic Devices
Examine the specific power integrity challenges faced by affordable electronic devices, such as IoT devices, and how to mitigate these challenges.
Lesson 4 - Test Switch Mode Power Supplies with an Oscilloscope
Demonstrates how to use an oscilloscope to test switch mode power supplies (SMPS), which are commonly used in IoT devices.
Infiniium Real-Time Oscilloscope Power Integrity Bundle
Solving Power Integrity Challenges in IoT Testing Using Oscilloscopes
Power Integrity Testing Using Infiniium EXR-Series Oscilloscopes
Power integrity testing is the study of how effectively power is converted and delivered from the source to the load within a system. Poor power can affect the performance and reliability of electronic products, so using the right set of tools to test power integrity is critical. Keysight Technologies offers the Infiniium EXR-Series oscilloscopes, which have adapted applications to study power integrity and check whether the desired voltage and current are met from source to destination. The EXR-Series oscilloscopes have 2 GHz bandwidth, 8-channel models with optional 50 MHz arbitrary waveform generator and 16 digital logic channels. The EXR-Series oscilloscopes also support various software options for power integrity analysis, such as Power Integrity Analysis Software (D9010POWA), Power Supply Test Software (D9010PWRA), InfiniiScan Event Identification Software (D9010SCNA), and Low Speed Protocol Bundle (D9010LSSP). For power integrity testing, Keysight recommends using the N7020A 2 GHz Power Rail Probe, which has a low noise floor and high offset range, and the N2820/N2821A High Sensitivity AC/DC Current Probe, which can measure low-level current signals with high accuracy. For more information about the Infiniium EXR-Series oscilloscopes and power integrity testing solutions from Keysight Technologies, contact an authorized distributor or visit: www.keysight.com/find/exr