Speaker: Olfa Kanoun, Professor - Measurement and Sensor Technology, TU Chemnitz, Germany

Impedance Spectroscopy is a measurement method used in many fields of science and technology including chemistry, medicine, and material sciences. The possibility to measure the complex impedance over a wide frequency range involves interesting opportunities for separating different physical effects, accurate measurements, and measurements of non-accessible quantities. Especially by sensors, a multifunctional measurement can be realized so that more than one quantity can be measured at the same time and the measurement accuracy and reliability can be significantly improved.

In order to realize impedance spectroscopy-based solutions, several aspects should be carefully addressed such as measurement procedures, modelling and signal processing, parameter extraction. Development of suitable impedance models and extraction of target information by optimization techniques is one of the most used approaches for calculation of target quantities.

Different presentations can be provided to specific topics to show the chances of application of this method in the fields of battery diagnosis, bioimpedance, sensors, and material sciences. The aim is to attract scientists to be able to apply impedance spectroscopy in different fields of instrumentation and measurement in an adequate way.
Speaker: Cameron Lowe, Field Applications Engineer, Tektronix

Are the bit errors in your data caused by the power supply or sources inside the digital channel? Let's end the dispute by examining the connection between jitter and power integrity. We'll highlight sources of noise likely to cause jitter on serial data lines and how to detect these issues using modern oscilloscope measurement options and various probing techniques.

Attendees will learn how to:
  • Detect ripple and its effects on a high-speed serial clock using power rail analysis software
  • Mitigate signal integrity problems cause by the PDN (power distribution network)
  • See additional capabilities of modern oscilloscopes make complex ripple and jitter measurements more accurate and more repeatable
Speakers: Connie Lu, Product Marketing Engineer, Texas Instruments Anwar Sadat, Product Definition Lead, Texas Instruments

In this webinar, you will learn more about PCIe signal conditioning in Test and Measurement applications. Connie Lu and Anwar Sadat of Texas Instruments will share more on the system-level benefits of using PCIe redrivers, retimers and muxes with different examples along with how to select the right part for your system need. Through this presentation you will learn how you can minimize signal degradation challenges and increase reach extension or link margin to establish a reliable path.
Speaker: Todd Toporski, Principal Field Applications Engineer, Monolithic Power Systems

This EMC webinar takes a look at radiated emissions, common RE setups, unintentional coupling paths in DUT setup and tips for measuring RE.
Speaker: George Stathakis, Product Marketing Engineer, Monolithic Power Systems

This webinar will focus on testing power converter performance for high current solutions. See how power modules save design time and reduce overall test and measurement requirements.

Learn how to test & understand:
  • Transient response
  • Steady state
  • Ripple
  • Efficiency
  • Thermal
  • Total output current
  • How module short protection works
  • Efficiency