At DesignCon 2022, Rohde & Schwarz will show live demos covering industry trends in cooperation with industry experts such as Samtec, Ataitec, Clear Signal Solutions, and more.

Rohde & Schwarz is demonstrating a mix of solutions for high-speed digital applications. High-speed digital interfaces are at the core of all electronic designs. Increasing data rates and growing integration density create challenges for designs at the IC, board, and system level. At the Rohde & Schwarz booth, demos like MGBase-T1 Compliance, USB 3.2 Compliance, and an enhanced PCIe Trigger/Decode demo will be available for show attendees to experience.

As one of the highlights, Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate the R&S ZNA high-end vector network analyzer (VNA) which features models up to 67 GHz. This extends the VNA’s industry leading performance and hardware architecture to high frequency applications. The R&S ZNA will showcase a live demonstration including 112 Gbps PAM4 Channel Analysis and PCIe Gen 6 Channel Analysis. In another highlight demo, the R&S ZNBT40 VNA covering up to 40 GHz will demonstrate the test of a 400GBASE-CR4 cable assembly according to IEEE 802.3ck with the R&S ZNrun Ethernet Compliance Automation tool. In addition, the R&S RTO6 Oscilloscope will showcase a live demonstration of power integrity measurements of PDN impedance.

Rohde & Schwarz will be exhibiting at DesignCon in booth 1049 at Santa Clara Convention Center on April 5-7, 2022. Open to all attendees on April 6, Rohde & Schwarz is sponsoring a day of complimentary technical seminars by both Rohde & Schwarz product experts and other industry experts from Ataitec and Clear Signal Solutions. Beginning at 8 a.m. in the Great America Meeting Room 2, the technical seminars will cover topics such as power integrity measurement fundamentals, Automotive Ethernet, and more. For those who are unable to attend DesignCon 2022, all technical seminars will be available online following DesignCon. For more information on where to find the technical seminars, and live updates from DesignCon 2022.