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How to Model RF Passive Devices: Capacitors and Resistors
This video explains and demonstrates a method to develop accurate Spice models from verified S-parameter measurements. The video walks you through the entire modeling flow for an on-wafer capacitor using IC-CAP.

How-To Video 2015-10-27

Keysight HSD Youtube
View the Keysight HSD video

Demo 2015-10-20

PAM-4 Measurements with a Sampling Oscilloscope
See how to configure a sampling oscilloscope to do PAM-4 measurements.

Demo 2015-10-15

BenchVue Software Videos
View BenchVue overview and tutorial videos on YouTube.

Demo 2015-10-13

Heidi Barnes Interview at PCB West 2015
Heidi Barnes talks with Sierra Circuits on signal integrity challenges when designing high-speed digital circuits on printed circuit boards (PCBs).

Demo 2015-10-08

89600 VSA Advanced Demodulation | 89600 VSA on YouTube
Learn how to troubleshoot a less than ideal signal; such as a signal with poor EVM, with the 89600 VSA software

Demo 2015-09-21

89600 VSA Frequency and Time Measurements Video on YouTube
Learn how to troubleshoot a signal that can’t be demodulated properly, using time and frequency measurements in the 89600 VSA software

Demo 2015-09-18

89600 VSA Basic Digital Demodulation Video on YouTube
Learn how to set up key traces and how to avoid potential digital demodulation issues on the 89600 VSA software.

Demo 2015-09-18

How to Model a BJT Bipolar Junction Transistor
This video covers the basics of bipolar junction transistor (BJT) modeling and illustrates an easy step-by-step procedure to extract the model parameters of the popular Gummel-Poon (GP) model. While the GP model was introduced in the early 1970’s, it still enjoys a wide popularity in electronic device modeling and many modeling engineers consider it a classic and an excellent starting point for getting familiar with modeling in general.

How-To Video 2015-08-28

Discovering Genesys
A collection of Keysight EEsof EDA Genesys video demonstrations and tutorials

Demo 2015-08-27

How to Design DC-to-DC Converters
This video introduces basic DC-to-DC converter operation, explains why voltage spikes occur in these circuits, and shows the importance of modeling PC board layout effects. There is an example in which current visualization is used to see potential problem areas in the PC board. The layout is then modified to improve performance.

How-To Video 2015-08-24

Synthesis Made Easy With Keysight Genesys
Learn how to quickly design many different filters with various topologies in these short tutorial videos. The Genesys Synthesis building block contains the RF industry’s widest coverage of circuit and system synthesis capabilities for passive and active components. These step-by-step tutorials walk you through the steps to accelerate your routine design tasks from hours to minutes.

Demo 2015-08-20

Oscillator Synthesis
Learn the foundations of practical RF oscillation design in understanding the interaction of loop gain, zero phase crossing, phase slope and resonator characteristics on oscillator performance and transient startup. Then know how to select from 19 types of oscillator topologies and design them quickly with automatic calculation and optimization of component values through oscillator circuit synthesis.

Demo 2015-08-15

Splitter, Coupler, Balun and Attenuation Synthesis
Learn about RF/microwave signal control using splitters, combiners, couplers, baluns and attenuators. Then quickly design from 27 different popular topologies such as Wilkinson splitter, Lange Coupler and 90 degree branch line including generation of their distributed layouts on microstrips using signal control synthesis.

Demo 2015-08-15

Transmission Line and Advanced Tline Synthesis
Transmission line synthesis provides 24 types of rectangular and circular transmission line structures for interactive electrical-to-physical or physical-to-electrical synthesis of transmission line parameters such as impedance, even-odd mode impedance, coupling, spacing and width. Learn how to automatically convert a distributed electrical schematic into transmission line structures with automatic insertion and absorption of discontinuities such as chamfered bends, Tee’s, steps and end effects with Advanced Tline synthesis.

Demo 2015-08-15

Passive Filter Synthesis
Learn how to quickly design LPF, BPF, HPF and Bandstop filters from a complete selection of response shapes such as Chebyshev, Butterworth, Cauer, Bessel or user-defined G-value tables. Automatically calculate LC component values for single-ended or balanced differential topologies for fast realization with passive filter synthesis. Includes singly terminated topologies for diplexer and multiplexer designs.

Demo 2015-08-15

Equalization Network Synthesis
Learn how to quickly design active and passive equalization networks to correct for group delay and phase distortions in your RF systems or circuits such as filters and amplifiers defined by measured S-parameters or equivalent circuits. Automatically calculate and optimize component values of analog equalization networks with equalization network synthesis.

Demo 2015-08-15

Phase Locked Loop PLL Synthesis
Designing phase locked loops (PLL) for frequency synthesizers or frequency/phase modulator/demodulator can be a daunting task because of the multiple interactions of the PLL components such as reference source, loop filter, phase-frequency-detector, divider and VCO. PLL synthesis interactively guides the designer in selecting the appropriate specs for these components in order to achieve the desired balance of loop stability, phase noise and lock time.

Demo 2015-08-15

RF Mixer Synthesis
Learn about RF mixer characteristics and how to select from 11 different passive and active topologies including single ended, balanced, double-balanced and Gilbert Cell for achieving the required frequency translation conversion gain and LO-RF-IF isolation. Then design them quickly with automatic calculation of component values through mixer circuit synthesis.

Demo 2015-08-15

WhatIF Frequency Planning Synthesis
When selecting LO and IF frequencies in RF systems for receivers or transmitters, it is extremely tideous to identify all interfering frequency mixing spurious and intemod signals that result near the desired IF. Learn how to do frequency planning quickly and interactively compare high-side or low-side mixing to obtain a spurious-free frequency plan that requires minimal filtering. This video also shows how to perform multi-band down conversion frequency planning to a common IF for economical realization.

Demo 2015-08-15

Active Analog Filter Synthesis
Learn how to quickly design active analog filters with op-amps from a complete selection of response shapes such as Chebyshev, Butterworth, Bessel Cauer or user-defined G-value tables. Select from all popular topologies such as biquad, elliptic, single or multiple feedback for fast realization with active filter synthesis. Includes singly terminated topologies for diplexer and multiplexer designs.

Demo 2015-08-15

IMS 2015 Demos from Keysight EEsof EDA
YouTube video playlist containing International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2015 demo videos from Keysight EEsof EDA MicroApps.

Demo 2015-06-19

How to Match RF Impedance Effectively By Optimally Selecting SMT Devices
This video demonstrates a very effective RF impedance matching methodology with SMT devices that helps RF engineers save time and cost. With this methodology, RF engineers can start to match the design with a list of good combinations of SMT devices which satisfies the target impedance and loss specifications instead of trying out unlimited possibilities at the workbench. This methodology should work very well with typical wireless or mobile product designs such as smart phones.

How-To Video 2015-06-11

How to Design for Power Integrity: Finding Power Delivery Noise Problems
This video provides an understanding of how the voltage regulator module (VRM) interacts with the printed circuit board planes and decoupling capacitors within a power distribution network (PDN). A well designed PDN provides optimum system performance while a poorly matched designed PDN can result in poor system performance. In the extreme case, rogue waves can occur within the PDN generating much higher voltage noise levels than expected, potentially interfering with system performance or resulting in permanent damage. Recommendations for keeping the impedance flat are also provided.

How-To Video 2015-06-05

Microwave Journal - Keysight 5G Design and Verification
Microwave Journal video: 5G Applications Development Engineer Greg Jue demonstrates one of Keysight's latest innovations.

Demo 2015-06-02

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