This presentation discusses techniques for using the latest oscilloscope-based tools to improve your ability to troubleshoot and analyze low-speed serial buses. Topics include maximizing the utility of hardware-based serial decoding and combining deep memory with memory segmentation to isolate up to minutes of specific bus events.

Duration: One hour

Who should view this Webcast:

Engineers working with low speed serial standards like I2C, SPI, RS-232 and other, similar serial interfaces

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Presented by:

Phil Stearns, Value Oscilloscopes Product Manager, Digital Validation Division, Electronic Measurements Group, Agilent Technologies
Phil holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University. Phil joined Hewlett Packard/ Agilent in 1996 and has held various positions marketing oscilloscopes and logic analyzers. Phil has also worked outside of Agilent in R&D, marketing, and consulting roles. Phil is currently a product manager overseeing the value oscilloscope product lines the Design Validation Division based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Outside of work, Phil tries to reverse the entropy caused by his three sons and coaches a youth track and cross country team.