Mentor Video: Assess Serial Channel Performance with COM Technology


Reading time ( words)

There are many methods of analyzing a multi-Gb/s serial channel, and one of the newer emerging methods is channel operating margin, or COM. COM is used by Ethernet as a method for identifying channel quality, by comparison of a signal to noise ratio (with some underlying assumptions).

With HyperLynx, channels can quickly and easily be analyzed using this COM methodology. To view this video, click here.

Share


Suggested Items

Design and Manufacturing Perspectives from DISH Technology’s Les Beller

05/30/2018 | Barry Matties, I-Connect007
I recently interviewed Les Beller, a long-time PCB designer who is now a manufacturing engineer for DISH Technology. We discussed his company’s business shift towards 5G and streaming, and the stresses that puts on a design team. He also explains the greatest challenges that he’s facing with HDI and higher frequencies, and the added importance for designers to understand the manufacturing process and DFM tools.

Interview: Incoming and Outgoing Presidents of Polar Instruments

05/05/2018 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007
Polar Instruments has hired some talented technologists recently, including a new president, Dorine Gurney. At DesignCon, I had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Dorine and Ken Taylor, Polar’s outgoing president. We talked about Dorine’s objectives for the company and Ken’s plans for life after Polar.

Bridging the Customer-Supplier Gap

03/26/2018 | I-Connect007
For the February issue of Design007 Magazine, we interviewed Nolan Johnson of Sunstone Circuits, and Dan Beaulieu of DB Management—our regular columnist—on the topics of knowing your customers, the challenges in dealing with customers, and providing excellent customer satisfaction.



Copyright © 2018 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.