Efficient Oscilloscope-Based Serial Bus Verification and Debug Webcast

  • Date: ¬†April 5, 2018
  • Event Time: 10:00 Pacific

Webinar Overview

This webcast explains how to use an oscilloscope to quickly and efficiently debug and verify the performance of a serial bus. While many instruments can be used to debug a serial bus, oscilloscopes can provide valuable information beyond just digital data. They can provide analog signal data, they can perform physical layer compliance tests and they have fast repetitive waveform update rates that can capture infrequent bus errors. Keysight oscilloscopes have up to 16 integrated digital channels to simplify device connections, and they also support multiple triggering options to help detect and evaluate potential and infrequent glitches in your buses. If you are an engineer involved with serial bus design or debug, then you would benefit from attending this webcast.

Erin East
Application Engineer
Keysight Technologies
Erin East is an Oscilloscope Product Manager for Keysight Technologies. She has also worked for Keysight as a Training Specialist, teaching engineers how to improve the test and debug of their designs using a variety of bench tools, including oscilloscopes. Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology in upstate New York.