Digital video broadcasting (DVB) systems distribute digital video signals using a variety of approaches, including satellite, cable, terrestrial, and mobile television. The evolving standards for each these applications arise from various, geographically focused, industry consortiums including DVB Project, WorldDMB, ATSC, SARFT(CMMB) and ARIB(ISDB).
This wide range of applications presents a challenge to equipment vendors and chipset manufacturers as well as device vendors adopting digital video applications. Accurate and comprehensive DVB-T test and DVB-T2 test (including DVB-T2 Multi PLP, SFN and MISO) for receivers and transmitters is essential for R&D and manufacturing engineers working toward meeting the challenge of ensuring quick delivery of standard-compliant devices to market.
Keysight's expert test engineers develop DVB-T and DVB-T2 test equipment and systems that closely track the progress of the DVB-T and DVB-T2 evolution in order to provide you with advanced, future-ready test equipment when you need it. As the world's premier test and measurement company, Keysight Technologies offers a range of digital video software for DVB-T test and DVB-T2 test (including DVB-T2 Multi PLP, SFN and MISO), as well as hardware solutions for component, transmitter/exciter and receiver tests for cable, satellite, terrestrial, and mobile transmission scheme applications. Accelerate Wireless Design and Test with Flexible, High-Performance Platforms
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Design of a 8 Watt, High efficiency X-band Power PHEMT Amplifier
Originally broadcast March 16, 2010
Webcast - recorded
Jan 28-31, 2014; Santa Clara Convention Center Download papers presented, order the AEF DVD
Electronic Measurement Events in Europe, Middle East & Africa
Electronic Measurement events in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa - seminars, trade shows, user group meetings, webcasts, tutorials and conferences.
Innovations in EDA: Memory Effects in RF Circuits: Manifestations and Simulation
Originally broadcast Feb 3, 2011
Webcast - recorded