Meeting Measurement Challenges of Agile Complex Wireless Signals
June 29, 2016
Why this webcast is important:
The design process of wireless systems, subsystems and components necessitates a comprehensive test strategy that includes both optimization and validation. The most productive approach that is cost efficient and will minimize the time-to-market must combine quick and easy standard-compliance tests with more thorough analysis and troubleshooting. With the latest standards pushing the limits of device bandwidth, adjacent channel and spurious performance, and complexity, choosing the right test instruments has become essential for the current project as well as future ones.
During this webcast, we will outline some of the challenges that wireless device and system designers face, and how this affects the signal analyzer used to test these devices. Techniques to test the limits of a device will be discussed, including how to optimize the analyzer for harmonics, intermodulation, spectrum emissions mask, spurious and adjacent channel measurements. Additionally, we will show some advanced tools for troubleshooting and design optimization. Finally, throughout the webcast, we will use modern enhancements and techniques to demonstrate that a mid-range analyzer can be used for high performance wireless applications.
Who should attend:
Wireless system, subsystem and component design and test engineers and engineering managers interested in learning techniques for keeping up with latest standards pushing the limits of device bandwidth, adjacent channel and spurious performance, and complexity.