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Fundamentals of Signal Integrity

Today's world of gigabit per second transfer rates require engineers to combine simulation, modeling and measurement to in order to avoid signal integrity issues in their designs.

The following videos and articles introduce fundamental signal integrity concepts and methods used to predict where signal integrity issues may become problematic in your designs, and to verify & debug your high-speed serial data circuits.

Teledyne LeCroy's Serial Data Analyzers, Signal Integrity Network Analyzers and Signal Integrity Studio Software include state-of-the-art acquisition and analysis tools to help you minimize the time required to pinpoint signal integrity issues. For more information on signal integrity concepts, visit Eric Bogatin's BeTheSignal website.

BeTheSignal Signal Integrity Video Lectures

 
  NMA-810 S-Parameters, Signal Integrity and You
This webinar introduces the power of S-parameters for signal integrity applications. If you are just getting started with S-parameters, this is a great place to begin.
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  NMA-855 How to read S-parameters like a book
NoMythsAllowed webinar, NMA-855 How to read S-parameters like a book: mining the information buried inside S-parameter black box models, with Dr. Eric Bogatin
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Signal Integrity Fundamentals Whitepapers

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  Step Response Test - Using The Step Response To Analyze A Signal Channel
  Confirm Diagnosis - Using The Step Response Along With The Circuit Layout To Isolate And Fix Signal Reflections
  Adequate Bandwidth - How Much Oscilloscope Bandwidth Is Required To Measure My Signal Accurately?
  DC Loading - Verifying The Affect Of Probe DC Loading On Measurements
  Why Is That? - Exploring A Signal Waveshape To Uncover Sources Of Distortions Caused By Loading
  Jitter Characterization - Explaining the fundamentals of jitter and jitter measurements
  Jitter Creation - If you are just learning to make jitter measurements, begin with a calibrated source of jittery data.
  Jitter Capture - The practical measurement of jitter