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Automotive and Oscilloscope Tips and Tricks: Webinar

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July 15, 2020

Newark hosts series of webinars with Keysight Technologies focusing on Automotive and Oscilloscope Tips and Tricks

As engineers acclimatize to the new normal, Newark, the Development Distributor, is hosting a series of free webinars with Keysight Technologies to support engineers’ development from home or office. Webinars are running in July and August, beginning on July 15.


Keysight Technologies is a world leader in electronic test and measurement, delivering solutions in wireless communications, aerospace, and defence and semiconductor markets. The series of three webinars will provide engineers working within automotive with insights and solutions related to the testing of batteries for electronic vehicles and the delivery of quiet power; as well as a general-use session sharing tips and tricks for the Keysight InfiniiVision Oscilloscope:


Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT, 60 mins

Battery Test Challenges and Effective Solutions for Automotive

In the race to develop the next generation of EV batteries, having comprehensive turn-key test solutions that are efficient is vital for battery development. Keysight has comprehensive test solutions at all levels of battery testing to bring you to market faster.

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Thursday, July 23, 2020 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT, 60 mins

Oscilloscope Tips and Tricks: Triggering Using Keysight InfiniiVision Oscilloscopes

Triggering is a fundamental part of making oscilloscope measurements.  This webinar covers everything from oscilloscope “basics” including auto trigger, normal trigger, and trigger hold-off through to advanced parametric/violation triggering features so that’s you can solve your design problems more quickly.

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Tuesday, August 04, 2020 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT, 90 mins

Delivering Quiet Power to Automotive Electronics

Automotive electronics running at gigabit data rates and supporting 5G communications cannot neglect the importance of quiet power delivery. Engineers need to know how to use power integrity simulations and measurements during the design phase to reduce power rail noise and avoid EMI failures.  This webinar covers a variety of topics from wow to find the worst-case power rail noise to measuring and modelling capacitors for connecting to PCB EM models.

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