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Events & Workshops

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All "workshops" are free of charge (may be a limit per company); "training days" are chargeable. All events are typically a mix of theory and practical work, with hands-on technical exercises.

PCI Express introductory workshop: Designed to provide engineers with a practical hands-on introduction to solutions and methods for the debug and characterisation of PCI Express links. New for this workshop: Altera will be gving practical tips on implementing PCIe IP in FPGA devices.

Advanced PCI Express Analysis & Compliance training: A practical introduction to using the adavanced features of the Teledyne LeCroy protocol analyser and exerciser tools for analysis and compliance.

USB Introductory training day: Practical USB 2.0 protocol analysis training with introduction to USB3.1, Power Delivery and USB C-connector. Bring your own USB devices for analysis if you wish.

Advanced USB Analysis & Compliance Training including Type-C and Power Delivery:  A practical introduction to using the Teledyne LeCroy Verfication Scripting and USB Compliance Suite tools, including Type-C and PD (Power Delivery).

High-end real-time FPGA debug workshop: These tools give engineers unparalleled real-time data capture capability for FPGA designs, providing over 200,000 times more capture depth than other embedded instrument solutions. An essential debug tool for high-end Xilinx and Intel (Altera) FPGA devices.

JTAG Boundary Scan workshop: Dates throughout the year. These popular workshops are designed to provide design, development, test, and production engineers with a practical hands-on introduction to boundary scan.

Functional and power testing of high-value hardware workshop: As hardware becomes more complex, there is a greater requirement to develop comprehensive test systems including the (often neglected) area of thorough power-testing.

25G / 40G / 50G / 100G Ethernet & Storage Area Networks workshop: Designed to meet the growing demand for developing robust high-speed Ethernet systems, this event will focus on techniques for the testing of storage devices and systems.