Date: Monday, June 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 60 Minutes
Emerging applications in automotive designs such as advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), smart safety systems, and vehicle-to-vehicle communications generate vast amounts of data that need to be effectively transported throughout a vehicle. Utilizing a high-speed serial link such as Ethernet is an obvious choice, however vehicles present a harsh environment that introduces challenges to the designer and integrator of these systems.
Traditional CAN and FlexRay digital transports utilize lower bit rates with simple modulation and the validation of performance under various conditions was relatively simple. With the transition to PAM3, signaling for automotive ethernet introduces more complexity, and a higher level of understanding of the signal is required. Automotive ethernet version IEEE 802.3bw (100BASE-T1) and IEEE802.3bp (1000BASE-T1) require rigorous testing including EMI/EMC testing defined by Open Alliance.
This webinar will help you learn about key problem areas in high-speed serial transport within a vehicle. You will also gain a key understanding of the test solution for transmitter test, signal qualification, debug and EMI/EMC test for automotive ethernet standards.
If you are an automobile OEM, a system or chipset vendor looking to automotive ethernet as the next network standard inside the car to meet high-speed communication requirements, then this webinar will give you the insight to ensure product quality under all operating conditions.
Darshan Mehta is a product manager for the automotive segment with Tektronix Automotive Solutions group. He holds master’s degree in VLSI design and has over fifteen years of experience in test and measurement, EDA design and VLSI design. Darshan has experience in pre-silicon as well as post-silicon validation for high-speed standards, signal integrity, and EMI-EMC.