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Creating and evaluating high-speed digital designs now requires extensive knowledge of RF principles. Improperly designed power plane systems can couple noise from one section of the design to another. High-speed differential SRDES lines must exhibit proper characteristic impedance and the sources of reflection must be properly understood. This webinar will address some of these issues and show how a VNA might be used to analyze and improve a high-speed digital design. USB-C and HDMI cables contain multiple high-speed twisted pair conductors. The four pairs in an HDMI cable may be thoroughly analyzed for differential Insertion Loss, Return Loss, and pair-to-pair Near and Far End Crosstalk, (NEXT and FEXT), using the new SN5090 16-port VNA from Copper Mountain Technologies.

When: Wed, Jul 20, 2022 · 1:00 PM · Indiana (East)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
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Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter BRIAN-WALKER
Senior RF Engineer SME
Brian Walker is the Senior RF Engineer SME at Copper Mountain Technologies where he helps customers to resolve technical issues and works to develop new solutions for applications of VNAs in test and measurement. Previously, he was the Manager of RF design at Bird Electronics, where he managed a team of RF Designers and designed new and innovative products. Prior to that he worked for Motorola Component Products Group and was responsible for the design of ceramic comb-line filters for communications devices. Brian graduated from the University of New Mexico, has 40 years of RF Design experience, and has authored 3 U.S. Patents.
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