Live Webinar:

Simplify Your USB Type-C Design Validation - From Complexity to Confidence

Sign up for our webinar on USB Type-C design validation. Learn how to simplify your validation tasks, moving from complexity to confidence, for USB 3.1 Gen1 and Gen2.

Date: Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET

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An ever-increasing need for speed is driving the consumer segment and the versatility of Type-C connector is driving change in the industry. This change translates to unmet needs for characterization, compliance test and validation of these new designs. There has been an uptick in the marketplace with the launch of more and more USB Type-C devices in the industry.

As design margins shrink, getting deeper insight into standard-specific measurements is crucial. Comprehensive tools for debugging failures are key to building confidence that your product will pass compliance and achieve certification. The in-depth discussion on the topics below will help you simplify your validation tasks, moving from complexity to confidence.

Our webinar will cover:

  • USB market and Type-C connector overview
  • Understanding USB 3.1 Gen1 and Gen 2 specifications
  • Testing challenges and solutions for both USB Tx and Rx
  • Debugging loopback initialization and link training

Sign up to attend this live event. After the presentation, you'll be able to ask the speaker questions specific to your application. Can't attend? Register and you will be sent a link to the recorded webinar after the broadcast date together with related materials.



Keyur Diwan
Keyur Diwan
Solutions Planner
Tektronix, Inc.

Keyur Diwan currently works as solutions planner for USB and Thunderbolt at Tektronix. He works closely with technologies adopting Type-C connector for defining test and measurement needs for compliance programs. In the past, Keyur has worked at Wind River (an Intel subsidiary) as a systems engineer, field applications engineer and product manager. He has spent over 8 years of his career in the field advising solutions for embedded systems and design, mobile devices being one of them. He is passionate about new technologies and likes to be very hands-on with his products. Keyur has his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Texas, Arlington and Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering from University of Mumbai, India.