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Analyze Agile or Elusive Signals Using Real-time Measurement and Triggering Webcast

1   Hour | Webcast - enregistré | Où et quand

WHY IS THIS WEBCAST IS IMPORTANT

CW and predictably-repeating signals are no great challenge to the capable RF engineer, but working with today’s complex and agile signals and multi-signal environments is another matter. In recent years signal analyzers of several different types have emerged along with application software to keep up with analysis demands, though the relative benefits of the approaches are not widely understood. This presentation will discuss and compare the available tools and techniques for not only discovering elusive signals but taking the vital next steps in RF engineering to complete the solution. This webcast with show how to make precise and selective measurements of complex and demanding signals, and how to go beyond measurement to post-processing or replaying signals and transfer of captured signals to other analysis and simulation tools.

WHO SHOULD VIEW THIS WEBCAST

Recent engineering graduates, experienced R&D engineers transitioning to RF, or technicians and engineers involved in manufacturing test will benefit from this seminar. Attendees should have a good understanding of basic electrical engineering principles.

PRESENTER

Ben Zarlingo, Application Specialist, Agilent Technologies

Ben Zarlingo is an Applications Specialist for Agilent Technologies’ signal analysis operation. He is primarily focused on signal analysis at RF through millimeter frequencies, including the characterization of wideband and digitally modulated signals and optimizing measurements for sensitivity and low noise.

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Free At Your PC Enroll to view the April 24, 2013 recorded webcast 

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Analyze Agile or Elusive Signals Using Real-time Measurement and Triggering Webcast Slides 
Slides from the April 24, 2013 webcast

Seminar Materials 2013-04-24

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