This webinar was originally held on October 26, 2022.
Jitter University Webinar Series
Confused about jitter? Did someone’s explanation of jitter create more questions than answers? If so, join Teledyne LeCroy as we teach everything about jitter – what jitter is, different categories, instruments used, measurements and views, deconvolution and extrapolation, and more. Click here to access the entire series.
Part 6: Serial Data Jitter Separation, Extrapolation, and Jitter Views
In this session we describe what total jitter at a given bit error rate (Tj@BER) is and how it is derived from time interval error (TIE) measurements using extrapolation models. Random jitter (Rj) and deterministic (Dj) separation is explained, with further explanation of Dj separation into data dependent jitter (DDj), duty cycle distortion (DCD), intersymbol interference (ISI), bounded uncorrelated jitter (BUj) and periodic jitter (Pj), with examples provided.
Topics to be covered in this webinar:
- Jitter separation into random jitter (Rj) and deterministic jitter (Dj) and beyond
- Extrapolate to measure total jitter (Tj) @ BER
- Views of separated and extrapolated jitter and what they tell us
Who should attend? Any electrical engineer who is designing, validating or debugging systems with high-speed serial data links.
What attendees will learn? Attendees will learn the fundamentals of jitter deconvolution and extrapolation and how to interpret the various measured and calculated values.
Presented by: Alan Blankman, Ph.D, Senior Software Engineer