Rohde & Schwarz announced details of an upcoming Oscilloscope Days seminar event for 2021, a valuable opportunity for electrical engineers to learn the essentials of oscilloscopes by joining virtual hands-on sessions that relate to real world design challenges.The free to attend live training webcast will take place on May 18 and 19, 2021.
The agenda includes educational oscilloscope fundamental training sessions with direct interaction with technical experts from Würth Elektronik, Farnell and Rohde & Schwarz, intended to sharpen electronics engineers’ knowledge in the fundamentals and test features of modern digital oscilloscopes. An application-oriented presentation style will combine theoretical and practical learning, based on the day to day testing challenges found in electronic designs.
To reach a broad audience from across Europe and beyond, the sessions will be streamed in four languages: English, German, French and Russian. Sessions will cover both practical and theoretical approaches, with application-oriented presentations and real-life testing challenges. There will be demonstrations and advice on where improvements to debugging and measurements with a device under test can be made. The sessions are based on ready to buy testing equipment for a large variety of measurement applications and budget.
The key opening speech on day one will set the scene with interesting insights on current analog and digital electronics design testing challenges. The seminars will then explore the technical principles of basic scope measurements in combination with electronic design testing challenges. Measurement set up and choosing a suitable instrument will be covered, as well as key features on various test instruments. Signal integrity and EMI debugging from prototyping to the final product PASS will also be discussed. A chat function will provide interaction with Rohde & Schwarz and partner experts.
For more information please visit: https://www.rohde-schwarz.com/knowledge-center/webinars/webinar-scope-days_254474.html