Scopes are the Swiss Army knife in everyone’s lab. When debugging power integrity problems, they should be the first tool we grab. To debug faster, you’ll want to add these five techniques to your toolbox:
• Getting the most out of a 10x probe for power rails
• Using a current probe to find ground loops
• Using a differential probe to measure the current draw from the power rail in a microcontroller
• Using a rail probe to measure the switching noise on power and ground rails directly on the die.
• Using a near field probe to find the location of a potential EMI problem from switch mode power supplies.
This webinar will include demonstrations of each of these techniques on a microcontroller board example.
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