August 22, 2017

Sponsored by: Mentor


Product Demo at the 2017 EMC Symposium

Winner of the Coolest Product Demo at the 2017 EMC Symposium

By Eric Bogatin

Not an official award, per se, but Eric Bogatin gives his top pick for his favorite demo at the recent EMC event in Washington DC.

Real Time FFT

Real Time FFT Makes EMI Debug So Much Easier

By Eric Bogatin

Traditional swept-tuned EMI spectrum analyzers and step-tuned EMI receivers may produce misleading or entirely false measurement results when the signal under study is not steady state, but transient. See Eric Bogatin's review of a demo by Lee Hill on this subject.


EDI CON Conference Program

EDI CON USA 2017 Conference Program

EDI CON USA 2017 Conference Program including abstracts and presenter information.



EMC in the Capital

EMC in the Capital

By Pat Hindle

The 60th IEEE EMC SI/PI Symposium took place August 7-11 at National Harbor in Washington DC; here is a summary of some of the products being highlighted there.


Welcome Reception Tuesday September 12th from 5-7PM

Visit 100+ exhibitors, see demos in the High-Speed Zone, try your hand at learning new measurements in the SI/PI Measurement Lab, and enjoy a light dinner and drinks on the show floor at EDI CON USA. All pass types are welcome to the party. Get your free EXPO pass or $200 conference pass with the code AUGUST and register today.

(Conference runs Sept 11-13; Expo is open from 12pm-7pm Tuesday and 9am-5pm Wednesday.)


Signal Integrity Webinar

Upcoming Webinars

Anritsu and Samtec

Test, Measurement, and Analysis of PAM4 Signals Signal Integrity Webinar

Get an introduction to the nuances of PAM4 signaling and techniques for evaluating if PAM4 is necessary for a given system in addition to test techniques for evaluating PAM4 signals and the performance of PAM4 receivers.


Bridging the Electro-Thermal Divide Webinar

This webinar will discuss electro-thermal design solutions to problems resulting from increased power densities in electronic products. But in order for these solutions to actually work, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers need a better way to design and collaborate so that electronic products are robust and meet reliability specifications.

Visit our archived webinars page for educational resources on various design and measurement subjects and view at your convenience.

Browse webinars here.

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