Agilent Technologies announces two free jitter eSeminars
Mar 29, 2005
Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced that it has added two free jitter sessions to its 2005 eSeminar series to help engineers with one of the most difficult measurement problems facing digital and signal integrity designers.
As data rates increase in leading high-speed serial buses, the impact of jitter on device and system performance becomes more challenging. These eSeminars address issues facing design engineers in making accurate measurements of total, random and deterministic jitter.
"Jitter Analysis, What Works, What Doesn't," March 30, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. (PT)
This seminar explores how, using a precision jitter transmitter, different measurement techniques implemented on oscilloscopes, time interval analyzers and BERTs are compared and judged in well-understood conditions. It is aimed at R&D designers, engineers and project managers who work on high-speed digital designs and spend significant time in the debug and validation phase dealing with jitter and signal integrity problems.
"Solving Real-World Jitter Problems for High-Speed Communications," April 21, 10 to 11 a.m. (PT)
During this session, engineers working at data rates above 1 Gb/s (such as PCI Express, Fully Buffered DIMM, Serial ATA, Fibre Channel and 10-gigabit Ethernet) will see real-world jitter problems in designs and how the measurements were made. The seminar will review several case studies on how test equipment was used to solve difficult design and manufacturing problems.
For more information, or to register for, visit www.agilent.com/find/jitterevents.