Analog RF & Microwave signal generation - output power considerations (Asia/Europe)

This webinar is intended for engineers working on the design and testing of RF and microwave devices and applications. An analog signal generator must meet several challenging requirements, including signal purity and a precise output power. Since the signal generator is usually not the only device in the signal chain of your application, the test setup has a considerable influence on these parameters. Our webinar will explain one essential parameter, output power, from the signal generation point of view, as well as focus on application perspectives such as compensating for an external frequency response. In this webinar, the generator will not be considered on its own, but in conjunction with the external setup, so that the desired “ideal” signal will be present at the DUT. To provide the participant with the most practical view of the subject matter, some of the presentations feature a hands-on approach.


Frank-Werner Thuemmler
Product Manager Signal Generators
Rohde & Schwarz

Frank-Werner Thuemmler is a Product Manager for RF signal generators at Rohde & Schwarz headquarters in Munich, Germany. He received his Graduate Engineer's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. He worked first for Siemens Matsushita and joined Rohde & Schwarz in 1999. Frank-Werner has more than 20 years of experience with analog or vector signal generator sources.