- Rohde & Schwarz, in partnership with Würth Elektronik and Farnell, is organizing an online event dedicated to oscilloscopes.
- This event, entitled “Oscilloscope Days”, will take place on May 18 and 19, 2021.
- It will feature virtual hands-on sessions that will reveal how to solve real-world design challenges using a digital oscilloscope.
- There is no charge to attend this event.
- The sessions will be simultaneously broadcast in English, German, French and Russian.
- Participants will be able to interact with experts from Rohde & Schwarz and its partners via an online discussion platform.
The sessions of the 2021 edition of the Oscilloscope Days will be broadcast live on the Internet on May 18 and 19. During these sessions, participants will be able to exchange views with technical experts from Würth Elektronik, Farnell and Rohde & Schwarz.
These sessions, designed to deepen the knowledge of electronics engineers, will present the fundamentals of the latest generation of digital oscilloscopes and their testing capabilities. The application-oriented sessions will include both theoretical and hands-on sessions that provide a practical introduction to the testing issues faced by electronics design engineers on a daily basis.
The sessions will focus on both practical and theoretical aspects. They will focus on real applications and real test problems. Demonstrations and advice will be given on how to improve the debugging and measurement process of a device under test. The sessions will feature commercially available test equipment for a wide variety of measurement applications and budgets.
On the first day, the opening session will provide an overview of the main issues currently encountered in analog and digital electronic design testing. Subsequent sessions will explore the technical aspects of basic oscilloscope measurements while addressing the main challenges of electronic design testing. They will present the criteria for choosing an appropriate instrument and the procedures for setting up measurement parameters, as well as the main features of various test devices. Topics related to signal integrity, EMI debugging and final product validation will also be covered.
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