USB 3.0 products are finally certified and shipping in volume. However, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 product developers still have many questions about the physical layer compliance testing requirements for USB 3.0. How is transmitter testing performed and what are compliance channels? What are the biggest challenges for receiver testing? What about certification of cables and connectors? In this webcast, we will review the USB 3.0 electrical certification test requirements as well as discuss common compliance testing pitfalls. 

Who should view this webcast:
Test Engineer, Electrical Test Engineer, Protocol Test Engineer, Validation Engineer, Signal Integrity Engineer, Technical Lead, Project Manager

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Jim Choate, USB Product Manager, Oscilloscopes Division, Agilent Technologies
Jim Choate received a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho in 1997 and started with Intel working on motherboard design and validation. Building on his platform expertise he joined the Intel C&I team in 1999 working on specifications and compliance programs for USB 2.0, SATA, PCI Express, WUSB and WiMedia UWB PHY testing. Jim joined Agilent Technologies, Inc. in 2007 as an Applications Specialist and Product Manager for the Oscilloscopes Division where he continues to apply his expertise in measurement theory to USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB OTG, PCI Express and other high speed digital standards.