Guido Schulze, Product Manager Oscilloscopes Guido Schulze has more than 20 years of experience in high-speed digital testing. For the last ten years, he has worked as a product manager for the oscilloscope product division at Rohde & Schwarz. He specializes in high-end models and their respective applications.
Dr. Mathias Hellwig, Application Engineer Oscilloscopes Dr. Mathias Hellwig develops, verifies and supports test and measurement solutions for time-domain applications at Rohde & Schwarz. His focus is on testing digital designs. He achieved deep technical expertise in theory and practice when finishing his PhD in ADC design at the Ruhr-University Bochum and while working on system architectures in various roles before joining Rohde & Schwarz in 2012.

5 Steps to a Realtime Eye Diagram - Signal Integrity Debugging

In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz

Webinar Overview

The design and testing of high-speed interfaces is rife with unique design challenges (and appropriate methods to meet these challenges). Signal integrity analysis can be conducted in a variety of ways, and measurement by eye can a practical (but effective) approach. Through obtaining a realtime eye diagram, designers can gain critical, practical data for the signal integrity analysis of their high-speed interfaces.

This webinar first covers the basics of eye measurements, and then explores the five steps needed to get a realtime eye diagram: signal preparation, clock data recovery, mask test and histogram, serial pattern trigger, and cable loss deembedding.

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