Oscilloscope Coffee Break Webinar Series
Join Teledyne LeCroy for this 30-minute Oscilloscope Coffee Break Series to remind us how to get the most test and debug capability from our oscilloscopes. Grab your refreshment and spend a few minutes with us as we focus on a specific topic each month.
All sessions will be recorded so if you can't attend live, please register anyway, and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.
Part One: Getting Your Oscilloscope Set Up Correctly
In this session we will focus on the key vertical, timebase, and trigger setups that ensure the highest accuracy, precision and efficiency measurements using your oscilloscope.
Part Two: Optimizing Your Display & Using Cursors and Measurements
In this session, we’ll use the oscilloscope’s display and measurement tools to validate our circuit’s performance and to confirm design margins are being achieved.
Part Three: Getting Your Trigger to Do What You Want
It’s circuit debug time! In this session we use the oscilloscope’s triggering features to define where we start our investigation to find the troublesome circuit issue.
Part Four: Setting up Your Timebase and Using Memory Correctly
In this session we review how to set up your oscilloscope's timebase and take a look at how memory length and sampling rate can impact our results.
Part Five: Optimizing Your Vertical Gain
In this session we review your oscilloscope’s vertical gain and why we should care about it.
Part Six: Testing Noisy Power Supply Outputs
In this session we review which probes are best for your application and how best to connect to your oscilloscope to minimize RF pick up.
Part Seven: Debugging Noise Reduction of Decoupling Capacitors
In this session we will address: how do we lower our power supply output noise when changes to the output capacitors made no difference?
Part Eight: Measuring Rise Times and Propagation Delays
In this session we focus on measuring a power supply’s start up and output performance.
Part Nine: Finding Root Causes of Intermittent Failures
In this session we focus on oscilloscope tools to help us identify measurement outliers, confirm their rate of occurrence, and determine root causes when running circuit validation tests.
Part Ten: Measuring Power Supply's Transient Response Droop Level
In this session we will discuss the best practices and techniques for measuring a power supply’s response to transient events.
Part Eleven: Finding High-Frequency Noise
In this session we will use our oscilloscope tools and probes to gain an understanding of potential crosstalk or conducted emissions on our power supply circuits.
Part Twelve: Validating For 1% Noise Margin
In this session we will investigate how our oscilloscope measurement tools can support us to reach that 1% power supply output noise margin.