As system speeds increase and designs shrink, it is harder for circuit designers to preserve a signal's ideal digital characteristics. The higher speed and denser designs in their designs introduce an array of unintended electrical events that impact a circuit's operation. Part placement, trace-run placement, noise and small signal variations take on a larger role in high-speed designs.
This Digital Design Debug Guide will provide you an indepth overview of the various signal problems you might find in embedded system designs, and how to debug them faster when using digital oscilloscopes like the DPO4000 and DPO7000.
55C-19175-0 2006-02-15 08:00:00