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Accelerating Oscilloscope Measurements through Real-Time fixture De-Embedding

Mike Schnecker (Business Development Manager, Rohde & Schwarz)

Location: Great America 2

Date: Wednesday, January 30

Time: 10:05am - 10:45am

Track: Sponsored Sessions

Session Type: Sponsored Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Rohde & Schwarz

Accurate characterization of high speed signals requires probe and fixture de-embedding. Software-based de-embedding has been used on oscilloscopes for this purpose but this can only be done over finite time intervals and does not improve triggering as the compensation is only applied to the displayed waveform. In this session, a novel approach to de-embedding will be presented that employs hardware processing using an FPGA to compensate the signal in real-time allowing for continuous signal measurement as well as enhanced triggering.