Rohde & Schwarz Webcast - Hosted By Signal Integrity Journal
Title: Power Integrity: Challenges, Best Practices, and Test Solutions for Sensitive Electronic Designs
Date: November 20, 2019
Time: 8am PT/ 11am ET
Steve Sandler, CEO of Picotest
Andreas Ibl, Product Manager Oscilloscopes at Rohde & Schwarz
Andrea D’Aquino, Product Manager Network Analysis at Rohde & Schwarz
Sponsored by: Rohde & Schwarz
We will be discussing power integrity issues, root causes, and countermeasures in sensitive electronic designs. Demonstrating best design & test practices and solutions we will be supporting electronic design engineers effectively and efficiently powering their devices and systems. Measurements in the time & frequency domains provide detailed insights in the design verification.
Attendees will be learning the impact of noise, jitter, impedance, etc. and examples to detect those sources of power integrity failures. We will be discussing methods to reduce respectively compensate those sources and demonstrating oscilloscope and vector network analyzer solutions engineers benefit from for their design verification.
Steve has been involved with power system engineering for more than 40 years. Steve is the founder and CEO of Picotest, a company specializing in instruments and accessories for high performance power system and distributed system testing. He frequently lectures and leads workshops internationally on the topics of Power Integrity and Distributed Power System Design.
Steve publishes articles and books related to power supply and power distribution network performance and power systems modeling. His most recent books are “Switched-Mode Power Supply Simulation with SPICE” (2018) and “Power Integrity: Measuring, Optimizing and Troubleshooting Power-Related Parameters in Electronics Systems” (2014). Steve also serves as a member of Signal Integrity Journal’s editorial advisory board.
Andreas holds a master degree in engineering management with focus on electronics from the University of Applied Sciences in Landshut (Germany). Meanwhile he made practical experiences with electronic design in the US and China. Today he is product manager at Rohde & Schwarz and responsible for oscilloscopes. Besides power integrity his expertise and priorities are control loop stability and multi-domain analysis.
Andrea achieved an Electronic Engineering degree with focus on Telecommunications at the University of Rome. He started his professional career while working in the wireless industry on electromagnetic pollution preventing and mobile network planning. Before he joined Rohde & Schwarz he was developing measurement tools for base stations. Today he is responsible for and manages vector network analyzers at Rohde & Schwarz.
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