Rohde & Schwarz has declared that the company will be organizing two-day virtual event Electronic Design and Test Days 2021 to deliver the latest expertise from leading industry experts on high-speed digital design and power electronics.
Attendees will experience live keynotes and conference sessions, virtual exhibition and educational areas including a variety of subjects available on-demand, and an interactive chat.
Rohde & Schwarz continues its series of virtual educational events with the digital version of the Electronic Design and Test Days.
The event is scheduled to take place on April 13 and 14, 2021 and will be full of insights on high-speed digital design and power electronics topics. A range of fascinating topics will be delivered free of charge through high-quality presentations, technology knowledge, resources and application demos.
Hosted from the digitalized version of the Rohde & Schwarz headquarters, the agenda comprises live keynote sessions from leading industry and Rohde & Schwarz experts.
The event also features a wide variety of topical subjects, available continuously on-demand throughout each day in a virtual exhibition and educational area. Attendees will also have the opportunity to chat with Rohde & Schwarz experts and visit a virtual booth setup of application demos.
The event is divided into two days: the high-speed digital design on April 13 and power electronics on April 14. Each day will run from 09:00 to 17:00 CET. High-speed digital design topics include a look into the SIPI toolbox (signal integrity, power integrity) with new tools and why they matter.
Also, strategies for efficient and successful design, validation, debugging, compliance testing and certification will be presented.
The conference agenda includes keynote speakers to offer their expertise and answer audience questions, and both days launch with an introductory talk from a Rohde & Schwarz expert.
The first day of the conference will begin with an initial keynote from Jim Drewniak, President of Clear Signal Solutions, who will deliver a talk on signal and power integrity in high-speed digital design.
The introductory keynote on the second day is titled: Silicon Carbide – The semiconductor material taking over high voltage power conversion, from Chris Dries, President and CEO of United SiC. The timetable on both days includes breaks for visitors to take advantage of the virtual exhibition area.