An ASIC-based design has allowed Tektronix to build an oscilloscope that can mix and match analog and digital channels.
DesignCon 2017 takes place from Jan 31 to Feb 2 at the Santa Clara Convention Center with its usual focus on PCB design and implementation.
Tektronix has aimed a pair of RF instruments at the growing number of engineering teams trying to incorporate low-power wireless communications into their designs.
Tektronix has moved the some of the active signal-conditioning to the tip to develop a probe for oscilloscopes that can handle bandwidths up to 20GHz and with less need for de-embedding techniques.
Taking place in Chelmsford, MA on 27 August, the conference will feature user-authored papers, tutorials, a designer expo and keynotes from Cadence and IBM.
Second generation Certus tool seeks to deliver RTL-level visibility on FPGA boards via a huge boost in signals you can instrument for debug.
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