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Testing upstream and downstream DOCSIS 3.1 Devices Webcast

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WHAT IS THE WEBCAST ABOUT

Keysight Technologies has been engaged with customers since February 2013 testing the DOCSIS 3.1 cable standard. Much has been learned through active participation in the CableLabs Acceptance Test Plan (ATP) working group. Please join us for a one hour industry update which will cover:

• Decoding and demodulating a real downstream DOCSIS 3.1 signal and reporting key metrics such as MER and BER.
• Combining powerful trigger and recording techniques to detect, identify and repair issues that cause BER.
• Understanding the complexities of demodulating and measuring low frequency, small grant upstream signals.
• Generating in-channel and out-of-channel upstream and downstream DOCSIS 3.1 signals.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

• R&D engineers involved with designing DOCSIS 3.1-based transmitters, receivers and components
• Signal integrity engineers
• DOCSIS 3.1 system integrators
• Cable network operators

PRESENTER

Steve Hall, DOSCIS Applications Specialist, Keysight Technologies

Steve Hall has been with HP/Agilent/Keysight for what will be 35 years in June, 2015. He has held a variety of positions including Computer Systems Specialist, Digital and RF Applications Specialist and Technical Territory Account Manager. Steve is currently responsible for DOCSIS 3.1 Business Development in Western North America. Steve has been involved in Keysight’s DOCSIS 3.1 solution creation and business development activities since February 2013. He also served a brief time representing Keysight on the CableLabs ATP working group.

Where & When

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Training & Event Materials

Testing upstream and downstream DOCSIS 3.1 Devices Webcast Slides 
Slides from the April 14, 2015 webcast

Seminar Materials 2015-04-14

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