Conquering USB 3.0 Physical Layer Test Challenges
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Why this webcast is important:
USB 3.0 is now hitting the mainstream market in a big way in 2012. The USB Implementers Forum has certified 100s of products including over 19 USB 3.0 host controllers from 9 different companies. With native Windows 8 support for USB 3.0 and Intel’s integrated chipset shipping this year, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adoption rates will really take off.
In this webcast we will provide a USB 3.0 industry update as well as cover the latest physical layer compliance testing requirements and challenges for USB 3.0. Also, the USB 3.0 specification now includes several Engineering Change Notices (ECNs). We will review those that impact physical layer testing and describe the test method changes that will be required to meet the new requirements. Lastly we will cover advanced testing topics to help you understand how to determine true transmitter and receiver margins by removing test fixture and cable losses from your measurements.
Who should view this webcast:
USB design engineers, signal integrity engineers, quality engineers, validation engineers, test engineers, architect, project manager, program manager, application manager, application engineer.
Jim Choate, USB Technology Product Manager, Agilent Technologies Oscilloscopes Products Division
Jim received a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho in 1997 and started his career at Intel working on computer motherboard design and validation. Building on his platform expertise he joined the Intel serial standards compliance and interoperability team in 1999 working on specifications and compliance programs for USB 2.0, SATA, PCI Express, WUSB and other standards. Jim served as the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) compliance committee chairman from 2003-2007.
Jim joined Agilent Technologies in 2007 as an Applications Specialist and Product Manager for the Oscilloscopes Product Division where he continues to apply his expertise in measurement theory to high speed serial communications standards and is the USB Technology Product Manager.
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