• Nov 3, 2016

    Generating Wideband, Multi-Channel RADAR Signals Using High-Speed AWGs

    This presentation was developed to give an overview of why you should consider using a high-speed arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) not just for I/Q baseband generation, but for direct RF signal generation – in particular, for pulsed RADAR applications. After looking at the basic high-speed AWG architecture, you’ll understand the capabilities and limitations of using an AWG relative to a traditional signal generator....More
  • Nov 10, 2016

    RF Fundamentals Part 1: The RF Signal Chain and Network Analysis

    During this 1-hour webcast, you will learn about the RF transmit/receive signal chain*. We will review the role of network analysis in characterizing the key components of these systems, covering transmission line theory, S-parameters, Smith Charts, impedance measurements, impedance matching, calibration and error correction. You will learn about transmit/receive and directivity paths and how to optimize dynamic range and accuracy....More
  • Oct 19, 2016

    Improve Your Data Acquisition IQ

    There are a number of test equipment choices in the data acquisition market, ranging from plug-in modules to standalone data acquisition units. To select the optimal equipment for your application, it is important for you to evaluate your measurement performance needs, including sampling rate, channel count, amplitude resolution, and accuracy....More
  • Oct 11, 2016

    Impossible Low-Current Measurements...Made Possible

    Register now for this complimentary webcast and learn how to optimize battery life in battery-operated medical device designs. We’ll show you how impossible low-current measurements are now possible using Keysight's new device current waveform analyzer....More
  • Oct 13, 2016

    Know Thy Power: Webcast on Power Analysis for Energy Conversion Devices

    This webcast is designed for engineers, scientist, and technical staff who need to perform detailed electrical characterization of inverters, motors, and other power systems....More
  • Oct 25, 2016

    Fundamentals of Transient Low-Current Measurement

    The measurement of fast transient voltages is a relatively well-understood and documented procedure. However, the measurement of fast transient currents presents a number of measurement challenges that make them much more difficult than measuring voltage transients....More
  • Aug 30, 2016

    Debugging Serial Buses with InfiniiVision Oscilloscopes

    Learn how an oscilloscope can be used to debug serial buses in embedded designs. We will cover how to set up serial decode triggering and then capture and analyze buses including I²C, I²S, UART/RS-232, CAN, USB, and SPI....More
  • Aug 18, 2016

    Create a Curve Tracer with BenchVue

    Keysight offers a powerful software tool - BenchVue for engineers in industry as well as instructional laboratories. With support for hundreds of Keysight instruments typically found in electrical engineering labs and the ability to set up remote labs that are accessible over the Internet, BenchVue enables easy control, data capture, logging, monitoring, and report generation—all without requiring any programming....More
  • Jul 26, 2016

    Simplifying LTE-A eNB Measurements

    LTE-Advanced is an emerging standard that promises to deliver true 4G speeds and support bigger wireless data payloads. In order to do so, a number of new technologies like Carrier Aggregation (CA) and higher-order MIMO are utilized....More
  • Jul 13, 2016

    Reducing Uncertainty with Calibration for Angle of Arrival Testing

    EW receivers often use angle of arrival (AoA) as a primary sorting parameter in dense signal environments. Reducing the uncertainty in direction-finding (DF) receiver measurements leads to better accuracy in AoA estimation. Prior to AoA accuracy testing in a lab setting, calibration -- process, application and verification -- can be performed at the interface to the system under test....More
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