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High speed designs require new ways to handle Signal Integrity

Monday, January 4th, 2016
Chris Scholz

Chris Scholz



We recently had a chance to sit down with Chris Scholz, Product Manager, Vector Network Analyzers, R&S North America at German electronic equipment manufacturer Rohde & Schwarz. For those of us who aren’t familiar with Rohde & Schwarz, it’s a worldwide electronics group company with business fields in test and measurement, broadcast and media, secure communications, cybersecurity and radio monitoring/radio location. Based in Munich, R&S was founded in 1933 and has had a U.S. presence for years.

We got together with Chris to hear what was the big design issue his engineers were encountering as 2016 approached. Here’s what he had to say.

Today’s excerpt gives us some background on Rohde & Schwarz and Signal Integrity. 


Ed:   Chris, before we get into the heart of our discussion, it might be good to give us a brief rundown on who Rohde & Schwarz is.

Chris:   Sure, Ed.   Rohde & Schwarz is primarily known for our leadership in RF, microwave and millimeterwave technology. We were founded in 1933 and are based in Munich.  We have close to 10,000 employees.

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