Advanced Techniques for Validating PCI Express® 4.0 Transmitters and Receivers
March 7, 2018
Why this Webcast is Important:
With demand on networking and computer performance increasing at a rapid pace, there is a growing need to store, move and process more data in real-time than ever before. As data speeds increase, channel attenuation becomes an inhibitor to moving data across an interface bus. This webcast will highlight Keysight’s contributions with PCIe 4.0 technology for physical layer transmitter and receiver testing. Topics will include improvements to the PCI Express 3.0 CEM connector to support 16 GT/s signaling, improvements to receiver testing methodologies, and new tools for testing PCI Express 4.0 devices. This webcast will highlight the work Keysight has been engaged in with the industry to pave the way towards higher bandwidth and throughput in digital systems using PCI Express Gen4 technology.
Rick Eads, PCIe Principal Engineer, Keysight Technologies
Rick is a principal engineer at Keysight Technologies with expertise in managing the development of test and measurement tools and software to for PCI Express and other high speed digital interfaces.
Rick has served as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the PCI-SIG from 2007-2014 and as secretary to the PCISIG in 2013 and 2014. Rick is an active contributor within the PCISIG workgroups.