Hello, my name is Matthias Kratzmann. I have a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and I am currently working on my master thesis at TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology).
Due to the current pandemic, students should work at home whenever possible. Fortunately I have a small workbench for my personal electronic projects that I can use for my master thesis. I am equipped with basic tools such as a UNI-T UT-61E handheld DMM and a Korad KA3305P power supply. My newest and fanciest tool is my Keysight DSOX1102G oscilloscope. 👉😎👉
With these tools I already realized dozens of small electronic projects. They also came in handy for repairing electronic devices and therefore helping to reduce electronic waste.
For my master thesis I have to develop a capacitance–voltage profiling device for characterization of MOSFETs. This device is based on a TIA followed by a lock-in amplifier. A 2 channel signal generator would be very helpful for generating a precision clock signal for the lock-in amplifier and an in-phase excitation signal for the DUT. The DMM could be used for measuring the DC output of the lock-in amplifier. A new power supply could help to reduce noise in the power rails. The oscilloscope would be handy for troubleshooting the signal path.
The Keysight Smart Bench Essentials Series would help me a lot for finishing my master thesis. These new tools would also ensure that I can improve the quality of my personal electronic projects. With Keysight’s PathWave BenchVue application software I can automate my measurement setup for improving the repeatability and quality of the measurements.