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A Flexible Testbed for 5G Waveform Generation and Analysis Webcast

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WHAT IS THE WEBCAST ABOUT

Challenges of today’s 5G research are the many waveforms, frequencies, and bandwidths being investigated. This includes waveforms at frequencies below 6 GHz, as well as waveforms at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies. In addition, some of the waveforms may involve wide bandwidths. These introduce new test challenges for 5G signal generation and analysis--flexibility is key for today’s 5G research.

This webcast will discuss some of the candidate waveforms, and then introduce a new flexible testbed for 5G waveform generation and analysis. This testbed combines software solutions with test equipment to investigate and to perform “what-if” scenarios for new emerging 5G waveform applications. Co-existence scenarios between candidate 5G and 4G waveforms will be investigated. Wideband signal generation and analysis case studies will be shown at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies with modulation bandwidths up to 2 GHz.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Advanced development researchers, design engineers, signal integrity engineers, validation engineers, test engineers, architects, project managers, program managers, application managers, and application engineers.

PRESENTER

Greg Jue, Applications Development Engineer/Scientist, Keysight Technologies

Greg Jue is an applications development engineer/scientist, working on 5G applications. Greg has worked in Keysight Technologies Aerospace/Defense applications team, High Performance Scopes team, and in EEsof, specializing in WLAN 802.11ac, LTE, WiMAX, Aerospace/Defense and SDR applications. He has authored numerous articles, presentations, application notes, and whitepapers. Greg pioneered combining design simulation and test solutions at Agilent Technologies, and has authored many application notes on combining simulation and test for emerging technologies. Before joining Agilent in 1995, he worked on system design for the Deep Space Network at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech University.

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