Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 60 Minutes
Jitter is an unwelcome companion on all electrical systems that use voltage transitions to represent timing information. As signaling rates climb higher to increase the data throughput and voltage swings shrink to conserve power, the jitter in a system becomes a significant percentage of the signaling interval. Under these circumstances, jitter becomes a fundamental performance limit.
In this webinar we will try to define Jitter, classify it into different components and gain a better understanding of to how to characterize and visualize it. This enables tighter control of Jitter during system design. As a result, timing margins associated with today’s high-speed serial buses and data links are improved, resulting in a successful deployment of high-speed systems that dependably meet their performance requirements.
By attending, you will learn about:
Jitter and its components
Jitter characterization and visualization
Controlling Jitter during system design
Improving timing margins for today’s high-speed system