[SI-LIST] Re: Primary Signal Integrity Hardware Tools

and mine...

Primary:

         Gray matter between the ears...

Secondary:
         what Pat says.


At 06:36 PM 07/12/2001 -0500, Zabinski, Patrick J. wrote:

>My vote...
>
>Primary:
>
>         O-scope w/ built-in TDR capability
>         (a separate O-scope and TDR will work, but there
>         are benefits in having the two combined into one
>         box, particularly if you do TDT)
>         LCR meter
>         Logic Analyzer
>         I-V curve meter
>         a huge pile of different probe types/configs
>
>Secondary:
>
>         Vector network analyzer (VNA)
>         Spectrum analyzer
>         Semiconductor paramater analyzer
>         assembly/de-assembly lab
>
>If you consider EMC a part of "SI", then
>you can add an anechoic chamber and RF-sniffers.
>
>Pat
>
>
> > I would like to extend two questions to the list.
> >
> > What do you feel are the primary hardware (instrumentation)
> > tools of the
> > signal integrity engineers?  These are hardware tools that
> > are required for
> > the SI engineer to do his/her job.
> >
> > The second question is what would you consider to be
> > secondary hardware
> > tools of the SI engineer?  These would be tools that you
> > would use if you
> > could but would not be considered critical to getting the job done.
> >
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