Andreas Ibl, Product Manager Oscilloscopes Andreas holds a master’s degree in engineering management with a focus on electronics from the University of Applied Sciences in Landshut (Germany). During his studies, he gained practical experience in electronic design in the US and China. Today, he is a product manager at Rohde & Schwarz and is responsible for oscilloscopes. Besides control loop stability, his expertise and priorities are power integrity and multi-domain analysis.
Marcus Sonst, Application Development Engineer Marcus holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering with a focus on energy and power from the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund (Germany). He has more than 20 years of experience with development, design and test of power supplies and electronic ballasts. Today, he is an application development engineer at Rohde & Schwarz and is responsible for power management and power electronics tests with a focus on time-domain measurements.

Tips and Tricks For Verifying Control Loop Stability With A Rohde and Schwarz Oscilloscope

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Due to their higher functionality, oscilloscopes are overtaking other measurement devices for analysis of passive and active electronic components, including measuring the frequency response, control loop response stability, and power supply rejection ratio. 

In this Webinar, participants will learn how to carry out the best measurements for control loop analysis using an oscilloscope from Rohde and Schwarz for optimum results. Andreas Ibl and Marcus Sonst, power electronics engineers at Rohde & Schwarz, will discuss the reason for control and frequency response analysis in today's SMPS, the requirements for performing these measurements, and standard set-up techniques. 

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