The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term coined by tech developer Kevin Ashton to describe the interconnected network of physical devices and vehicles that electronically collect and share data using embedded sensors. IoT devices are deeply embedded systems comprised of SoCs, DDR Memory, Power Management ICs, Wireless LAN ICs, and microcontrollers which utilize low speed serial communication protocols such as UART, I2C, SPI etc. to name a few.

The number of IoT devices connected to the internet is projected to reach 20 Billion in 2020 – up from 8 Billion in 2017. The emergence of Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and IoT technologies will drive the next industrial revolution - IoT provides the data AI needs in order to make smart decisions.

The IoT device is an ecosystem rich with signals Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes and application tools excel in characterizing. This presentation will demonstrate Teledyne LeCroy’s extensive set of innovative industry leading oscilloscope debug and analysis tools, application packages, and specialty probes available for the end user to validate and debug their IoT designs.

Topics will include:
  • Bluetooth and 802.11 wireless communication signals using Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) and demodulation capabilities
  • Triggering on and decoding low speed serial communication signals such as I2C, UART, and SPI
  • Debugging DDR memory interfaces
  • Clock signal stability and jitter analysis
  • Digital power management


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Debugging IoT (Internet of Things) using Oscilloscopes

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Mark Lionbarger
Teledyne LeCroy Sr. Field Applications Engineer


Mike Hertz
Teledyne LeCroy Sr. Field Applications Engineer