Data is an integral part of our daily lives. Not just for us as engineers, but for everyone. Demand for processing power, bandwidth, and storage capacity continue to grow geometrically, with new imperatives around power efficiency, security and density.
Next generation standards, with faster bit rates and innovative low-voltage signaling, drive us to stay one step ahead of tighter margins and more complex bus protocols. Digital power management is pervading the industry from end to end.
Our oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, and signal sources are widely valued for general circuit debugging and validation. We work in parallel with standards development to build solutions based on our oscilloscopes, BERTs, and arbitrary waveform generators to enable automated compliance and validation testing of high-speed serial buses. And our power measurement solutions can help you analyze even the most dynamic power management systems.
This FREE e-Guide will help you learn more about design challenges for testing PCIe 4.0, SAS, SuperSpeed USB, and DDR4 standards.
Find out how the protocol trigger, decode and search capabilities of the popular MSO and DPO Series oscilloscopes solve serial bus integration and debug challenges of many buses such as I2C, SPI , USB, RS-232/422/485/UART, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, Ethernet, and I2S/LJ/RJ/TDM.
With the ever increasing DDR SDRAM Clock Frequencies and Signal Edge Rates, signal integrity and bus state verification techniques are increasingly important for DDR Memory design success. This application note focuses on techniques for triggering and decode of the command bus and isolating read/write signals, as well as on a variety of memory signal integrity measurements.