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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

Realizing Efficiency Gains in Baseband-to-RF Testing of Remote Radio Heads Webcast
Original broadcast January 25, 2017

Webcast - recorded

89600 Series Vector Signal Analyzer Basics
This is a complete course on the theory and operation of the 89600 series Vector Signal Analyzer (VSA), including an understanding of frequency, time, and modulation domain measurements.

Classroom Training

Spectrum Analyzer Measurements
This course is designed to provide theoretical fundamentals and indepth hands-on experience on practical network analysis measurements.

Classroom Training

Understanding New Pulse Analysis Techniques Webcast
Original broadcast July 22, 2015

Webcast - recorded

Electronic Measurement Course Calendar for Europe
List of Electronic Measurement courses offered in Europe

Classroom Training

Fixturing and Fixture Removal for Multiport Devices with Non-Standard RF Interfaces Webcast
Original broadcast March 11, 2014

Webcast - recorded

Spectrum Analysis Measurements One-Day Course
This one-day course is designed to provide the theoretical fundamentals and in depth hands-on experience on practical spectrum analysis measurements.

Classroom Training

Noise Figure Measurements
Accelerated Education Curriculum: Learn how to maximize performance of Keysight NFA-series noise figure analyzer

Classroom Training

Using a Scope’s Segmented Memory to Capture Signals More Efficiently
Keysight Infiniium scopes (8000 Series and DSO80000 Series), store information only during the active bursts or pulses; they store no information during the inactive periods.

Seminar Materials 2008-05-19

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