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31/03/17  Oscilloscopes – Unlock the full potential

This event is open to anyone who uses an oscilloscope today or, perhaps, in the future. We will run a series of technical presentations and demo zones with our technical experts on hand to resolve all your current and upcoming challenges. Registration will start at 8.30am and the event will finish at approximately 4.30pm.

Time: 8:30 - 16:30 Date: 25 April 2017 Venue - Rohde & Schwarz UK - Ancells Business Park, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2UZ

Oscilloscopes are widely recognised as the basic tool that every electronics engineer needs on their desks. From its inception in 1897, the humble analogue oscilloscope has come a long way. With the revolution of digital scopes, these instruments have now become considerably more versatile. Whether it is looking at a simple sine wave, debugging digital buses or characterising a power rail for optimum performance, oscilloscopes are used in a wide variety of industries and applications.

Come and join us at our office in Fleet on 25th April 2017 for this free seminar on “Oscilloscopes – Unlock the full potential”.

This event is open to anyone who uses an oscilloscope today or, perhaps, in the future. We will run a series of technical presentations and demo zones with our technical experts on hand to resolve all your current and upcoming challenges.

Registration will start at 8.30am and the event will finish at approximately 4.30pm.

Topics to be covered are:

Back to Basics Have a peek into an oscilloscope. What is it, how it is controlled and which parameters are important to look out for when deciding on the right oscilloscope for your next design task?

EMI Debugging Do you ever have a need to pre-test your design for EMI performance? Learn how you can use an oscilloscope to correlate time and frequency domain waveforms, to find the root cause of your EMI problems efficiently.

Signal Integrity measurements With continuously increasing data rates, signal integrity aspects of high-speed digital designs and the components used become more and more challenging. This session looks at solutions available today to best characterise these signals.

Power Integrity measurements Power electronics is one of the basic parts of most electronic devices. If components, boards and systems are required to function and perform as required, a good power distribution network is essential. Besides this, aspects like energy efficiency and extended battery lifetime are continuously gaining significance.

Debugging Serial Interfaces Who could imagine a world without our favourite interface like USB, HDMI, and Ethernet? Digital buses and their interfaces have now become the backbone of every modern design. Oscilloscopes are great tools to verify your design at an early stage and to ensure interoperability.