Oscilloscopes are the primary instrument used for measuring time-domain parameters of waveforms such as rise time and amplitude. The different time-invariant behavior of hardware components can cause measurement errors that cannot be calibrated. Triggering based on digitized data can provide a consistent signal path for the acquisition and trigger system.

Featured in this webinar:

  • Difference between analog and digital trigger systems
  • Benefits of digital triggering
  • Flexible trigger filtering
  • Stable triggering on signals with high frequency noise

Michael Schnecker, Business Development Manager, Rohde & Schwarz

Mike Schnecker has a BS from Lehigh University and an MS from Georgia Tech both in electrical engineering. He has 22 years of experience in the test and measurement industry in applications, sales and product development roles and has specialized in signal integrity applications including jitter using oscillosocpes and other instruments. Prior to joining Rohde & Schwarz, Mr. Schnecker held positions at LeCroy and Tektronix. While at LeCroy, he was responsible for the deployment of the SDA series of serial data analyzers.