Webcast: Simplify debug of low speed serial systems; teaching green in China

Santa Clara, CA — Agilent Technologies is doing a Webcast to explain how to simplify the debugging of low speed serial systems using a mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO). The Webcast will be Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008, 10 a.m.-11a.m. PST.
By Control Engineering Staff January 10, 2008

Santa Clara, CA

Agilent Technologies

is doing a Webcast to explain how to simplify the debugging of low speed serial systems using a mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO). The Webcast will be Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008, 10 a.m.-11a.m. PST.

Highlights of the serial debugging Webcast from Agilent include:

  • How features like hardware based triggering and decode can accelerate troubleshooting; and

  • How features like segmented memory can increase visibility into serial standards like I2C, SPI, or RS-232, used for networks, communications, and with instrumentation for processes and manufacturing.

Sign up for the Agilent “Simplifying Debug” Webcast.

In unrelated news, Agilent is sponsoring an environmental education competition in China to improve student understanding of global environmental concerns.

—Compiled by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief
Control Engineering News Desk
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