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Bring Keysight expertise to your desk by registering for our webcasts. You will be able to attend a one-hour session delivered by a Keysight expert and learn the new techniques and tips to optimise and/or improve the performance of your device or software. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to directly address your questions to the presenter and panelists of the webcast. Once the session is over, you will receive a link with the recording of the webcast, which you will be able to view at your convenience and/or forward to your colleagues or clients.

Webcasts
Name Description Date/Time Location More Information
Simultaneous Switching Noise Analysis in DDR4 applications using Power-Aware IBIS Models Webcast

Simultaneous Switching Noise (SSN) analysis is very important in designing the next generation of memory (and serial) interconnects. This webcast discusses DDR4 applications and showcases a methodology to do the SSN analysis which can help identify problem areas, debug issues and optimize the design. Touchstone v2.0 model format is utilized to create an SI/PI combined model and then used in Transient (SPICE) simulations for better accuracy. Also Power-Aware IBIS v5.0 models are used to represent the non ideal power effects on the memory controller side. Various setups and results using ADS 2013.06 will be showcased.

22nd May

19:00 CET

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IEEE 802.11ad (WiGig) PHY and Measurement Challenges Webcast

IEEE 802.11ad is the latest addition to the IEEE Wireless LAN (WLAN) set of technologies. Situated at 60 GHz rather than 2.4 or 5 GHz, it brings its own set of advantages and challenges.

Prefaced with a modest overview of standards and market trends, this webinar will present a description of the physical layer construction - including explanations of framing, modulation, encoding, and error correction using example signals and measurements to emphasize principles.

22nd May

19:00 CET

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