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Wireless Connectivity

Insight. It comes upon you in a flash. And you know at once you have something special. At Keysight Technologies, the foundation is our unique mix of hardware, software and people. You can count on test equipment and design software that is built on more than 75 years of leadership in measurement science. The continuing innovation across new and existing wireless technologies presents challenges in designing and testing of components, modules and devices that make our connected world possible. As the world’s leading electronic measurement company, Keysight continues to be at the forefront offering a full portfolio of test and design solutions that span the entire lifecycle – from simulation to R&D, design verification and pre-conformance, conformance, manufacturing, through network deployment and service assurance.

We know what it takes for your designs to meet the latest standards. As an active member of the wireless standards bodies that define the technologies, we have been at the forefront of providing standard-compliant wireless test and design tools across all the technologies from Bluetooth to 60 GHz 802.11ad. We design our instruments to be future-proof, making it easier for you to evolve with changing technologies and stay on the leading edge. You can carry your investment forward with consistent measurement science that spans research and development today and extends to manufacturing and deployment in the future. Our engineers, experts in design and test, are available to advise, assist and augment your teams all around the world. Our expertise is also readily available through white papers, application notes and webcasts for IoT, 5G, Cellular, MIMO and WLAN Test.

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Keysight Test-Drive 2016 
Various dates and locations in 2016

Seminar

 
Thriving in the face of the Connected Car Revolution Seminar 
Various locations for 2016

Tradeshow

 
Spectrum Analysis Basics - Application Note 
This application note (also known as AN 150) explains the fundamentals of swept-tuned, superheterodyne spectrum analyzers and discusses the latest advances in spectrum analyzer capabilities.

Application Note 2016-04-15

Thriving in the face of the Connected Car Revolution Webcast 
Live broadcast April 27, 2016; 10am PT / 1pm ET

Webcast

 
DesignCon 2015 
Download Keysight's papers from Technical Conference; Jan 27-29, 2015; Santa Clara Convention Center

Tradeshow

 
Download your complimentary RF & Microwave Test Accessories Catalog 
This comprehensive resource enables engineers to quickly and conveniently research the highest-quality RF and microwave test accessories in the industry.

Catalog 2015-04-28

 
Understanding Available Measurement Techniques for Spurious or Unknown Signals Webcast 
Original broadcast February 25, 2015

Webcast - recorded

 
EMC Back to Basics Webcast 
Original broadcast October 14, 2014

Webcast - recorded

 
X-Series Measurement Applications - Brochure 
This brochure provides an overview of the more than 25 measurement applications available for the X-Series signal analyzers (PXA/MXA/EXA/CXA).

Brochure 2014-08-28

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Spectrum Analysis Measurements One-Day Course 
This one-day course is designed to provide the theoretical fundamentals and in depth hands-on experience on practical spectrum analysis measurements.

Classroom Training

 
3G Technology Overview 
This 2-day course will introduce engineers to the concepts of third generation cellular technologies.

Classroom Training

 
8 Hints for Making Better Spectrum Analyzer Measurements (AN 1286-1) - Application Note 
This application note provides eight pertinent hints for making better spectrum analyzer measurements such as measuring low level signals and indentifying internal distortion products.

Application Note 2009-09-07

Bluetooth Technology Fundamentals 
This 1-day course covers the applications for this new technology, the structure of the Bluetooth system architecture and the setup of so called short-range ad hoc networks will be introduced.

Classroom Training