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  • Aug 18, 2016
    Webinar

    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
    Webinar

    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
    Webinar

    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
  • Jun 29, 2016
    Webinar

    Meeting Measurement Challenges of Agile Complex Wireless Signals

    The design process of wireless systems, subsystems and components necessitates a comprehensive test strategy that includes both optimization and validation. The most productive approach that is cost efficient and will minimize the time-to-market must combine quick and easy standard-compliance tests with more thorough analysis and troubleshooting....More
  • Jun 2, 2016
    Webinar

    Debugging DC Voltage Lines Using an Oscilloscope

    The prosaic DC power supply is receiving more and more scrutiny as supply voltages continue to get smaller. Supply tolerances are getting tighter as users try to decrease power, increase yield and minimize supply induced signal noise. This webcast will discuss tools and techniques for making power integrity measurements such as ripple, noise, spikes, compression, static/dynamic load response and supply induced signal noise and signal jitter....More
  • Jun 7, 2016
    Webinar

    Scope Measurements for 5G, WiGig, and Automotive RADAR using VSA

    The prosaic DC power supply is receiving more and more scrutiny as supply voltages continue to get smaller. Supply tolerances are getting tighter as users try to decrease power, increase yield and minimize supply induced signal noise. This webcast will discuss tools and techniques for making power integrity measurements such as ripple, noise, spikes, compression, static/dynamic load response and supply induced signal noise and signal jitter....More
  • Jun 16, 2016
    Webinar

    Performing Multi-lane Oscilloscope Test and Analysis

    The prosaic DC power supply is receiving more and more scrutiny as supply voltages continue to get smaller. Supply tolerances are getting tighter as users try to decrease power, increase yield and minimize supply induced signal noise. This webcast will discuss tools and techniques for making power integrity measurements such as ripple, noise, spikes, compression, static/dynamic load response and supply induced signal noise and signal jitter....More
  • May 3, 2016
    Webinar

    DisplayPort 1.3 over Type-C: Taming the Gotchas!

    VESA released the first type C connector alternate mode specification shortly after the USB-IF released its power delivery and type C specifications, by tailoring the DP1.3 specification to the new connector. This presentation will provide an overview of how the alternate mode works for DisplayPort and discuss in depth the implications of the type C specification and how it changes the testing approach to DisplayPort....More
  • May 11, 2016
    Webinar

    Testing Wireless Power Transfer Designs

    Charging battery-operated devices from something as small as a smart watch to as large as an electric-powered bus have traditionally been accomplished with charging cables and AC/DC power adapters of various sizes. However, battery-operated devices are quickly becoming untethered today with the rapid adoption of wireless charging technology. There are two major wireless charging technologies based on either magnetic induction or magnetic resonance. Products based on either or both of these technologies must meet stringent standards....More
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