Join Avnet and Molex as we deep dive into single-ended and differential data solutions for in-vehicle networking (IVN).


In-vehicle networking is experiencing strong growth due to rising complexities in next-generation transportation applications and the rapid advancement of technology. In this webinar, Avnet’s own Jason Struble and guest technology partner, Harsh Patel from Molex will discuss the pros and cons of single-ended and differential solutions, followed by signal integrity(SI) and electromagnetic interference (EMI)/ electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance parameters and how to make the right selection to ensure the success of your application.


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What you will learn by attending:


  • The pros and cons of single-ended and differential data solutions
  • SI and EMI/EMC performance parameters






The Presenters:

Harsh Patel, Signal Integrity Engineering Supervisor for Connected Mobility Solutions MolexJason Struble Transportation Supplier Manager at Avnet

Harsh Patel has been with Molex since 2015, where he provides technical development supervision of next generation high-speed connectors, cables and electronics for the transportation industry. Prior to Molex, Harsh has worked at Semtech Corporation. He has been active within the IEEE802.3ch Multi-Gig automotive task force and Open Alliance TC9 working group and writing team. Harsh holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Jason Struble has been with Avnet for more than nine years, working as a Field Applications Engineer, Technical Sale Engineer, and most recently as a Supplier Manager in the Transportation/Automotive Business unit. He has more than 14 years of experience in battery management, power supply, analog design, field application support, and sales. Having both engineered and sold silicon devices, Jason enjoys introducing new electronics technology to the market by sharing practical experience.