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RF Design and Test Webcast Series
Master the basics and understand future trends with these live and on-demand webcasts

Webcast

RF Back to Basics Seminar
Various dates and locations

Seminar

RF & Microwave Measurement Fundamentals
This 4-day class studies the principles of microwaves on transmission lines and power measurements, signal sources, mixers and modulation techniques, and the use of signal types in test applications.

Classroom Training

RF Measurement Basics
Obtain a solid background in basic radio frequency (RF) transmission theory and concepts.

Classroom Training

Temperature-Dependent Characterization for Device R&D Webcast
Recorded broadcast April 22, 2016

Webcast - recorded

Power Integrity Measurements Webcast – Choosing the Right Tools
Original broadcast January 6, 2016

Webcast - recorded

Introducing the New Infiniium V-Series High-Performance Oscilloscope Webcast
Original broadcast April 14, 2015

Webcast - recorded

Innovations in EDA: High Performance Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) for Wideband Systems
Original broadcast Sept 1, 2011

Webcast - recorded

Innovations in EDA Webcast: Measurement-based FET modeling using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs)
Original broadcast Feb 2, 2012

Webcast - recorded

Signal Generator Fundamentals and New Applications Webcast
Original broadcast January 30, 2013

Webcast - recorded

Signal Analyzer Fundamentals and New Applications Webcast
Original broadcast March 13, 2013

Webcast - recorded

Setting Up IC-CAP WaferPro For On-Wafer Measurements
Original broadcast June 22, 2011

Webcast - recorded

Analyze Agile or Elusive Signals Using Real-time Measurement and Triggering Webcast
Original broadcast April 24, 2013

Webcast - recorded

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