Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 30 Minutes
The move to PAM4 modulation presents validation and debug challenges. During our talk, we’ll discuss how real-time oscilloscope-based solutions can address those challenges by means of advanced equalization and digital clock recovery, effective error rate analysis, and offline analysis capabilities. We’ll discuss how to:
- Overcome Low PAM4 Signal-to-Noise Ratio and Channel Effects
- Identify and troubleshoot Bit Error Rates
- Isolate random/burst error and other events of interest
Optical Networking Market Segment Lead
Karen Brownell is an Optical Networking Market Segment Lead at Tektronix, specializing in Transmitter Optical Test solutions including Sampling and Real Time Scopes. She has worked at Tektronix for over 3 years. Karen has a MBA from St Edwards University and a BS from Pennsylvania State University.
Sr. Product Marketing Engineer
Mike Martin is a Sr. Product Marketing Engineer at Tektronix for performance oscilloscopes. He has served in that role for 13 years at Tektronix. Mike has a B.S.E.E.T. from the Oregon Institute of Technology.
Tony Ambrose is an Applications Engineer at Tektronix specializing in high speed serial data applications. He has served in that role for over 12 years at Tektronix. Tony has a B.S., in Electrical Engineering, from California State Polytechnic University Pomona and an Associate of Science, Computer Science from Santiago Canyon College.
Sr. Applications Engineer
Dennis Reeves is a Sr. Applications Engineer at Tektronix. He has served in that role for 17 years. Prior to that he spent 19 years in various hardware design roles. Dennis has a B.S., Systems Science, from University of West Florida.
Product Specialist, High Speed Serial Data Applications
John Smith is a Product Specialist, High Speed Serial Data Applications, at Tektronix. He has served in that role for 8 years at Tektronix. Prior to that he held technical sales positions for 12 years at various technology companies. John has a B.S.E.E., Digital Signal Processing, from Washington University, an M.S.E.E., Optical Communications, from Lehigh University, and an M.B.A. from University of Phoenix.