Digital Design Test Solutions for Satellite Components (Europe/ Asia)

Digital Design Test Solutions for Satellite Components (Europe/ Asia)

Modern satellite designs need to meet the highest performance requirements in the RF domain and also require a strong focus on digital layout and power management by leveraging the latest technologies to create an efficient and resilient system. In this webinar, you will learn how to decode and debug SpaceWire interfaces by using an oscilloscope, covering issues such as investigating sources of bus errors, EMI debug correlation with protocol decode, specific triggering or eye measurements, among others. Additionally, we will be discussing digital signal and power integrity challenges, root causes and countermeasures in sensitive electronic designs, mainly from the time domain perspective and providing a detailed insight in the design verification and testing activities. 

Join our webinar to learn how to validate the performance of high-speed digital interfaces and conduct advanced power integrity measurements with test solutions by Rohde & Schwarz.



Guido Schulze, Product Manager Oscilloscopes Rohde & Schwarz
Guido Schulze has more than 20 years of experience in high-speed digital testing. For the last ten years, he has worked as a product manager for the oscilloscope product division at Rohde&Schwarz. He specializes in high-end models and their respective applications.


Albert Ramirez Perez, Market Segment Manager A&D Rohde & Schwarz
Albert Ramírez Pérez is a market segment manager for the aerospace and defense market at Rohde Schwarz and has been working in the aerospace Industry for almost two decades. Nowadays, Albert is focusing on the military communication segment as he has years of engineering experience at the military aeronautics industry acting as a systems engineer. He was responsible for the communications design and was the software certification expert for the A400M and Eurofighter Aircraft and the NH90 and Tiger Helicopters. Albert also has a very strong background in aerospace standardization, as he has developed business for MathWorks for over 6 years, helping aerospace customers adopt model-based design and simulation software to comply with aerospace standards such RTCA, ECSS or NASA among others. Albert studied radiofrequency communications engineering and holds an MBA in Economy and Innovation Management.
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