Using a Multi-Touch UI to Streamline Signal Analyzer Measurements

  • Date:  March 10, 2016
  • Event Time: 10am PT/ 1pm ET

Webinar Overview

In this webcast, RF & microwave transmitter and receiver design and test engineers and managers will learn how the X-Series signal analyzer family’s new multi-touch user interface helps streamline and simplify signal analyzer measurements. See and hear directly from Cory Boyan, lead architect of the multi-touch user interface, as he discusses and demonstrates how the following features dramatically improve testing efficiency and extend the reach of the N9010B EXA’s industry-leading performance: 

• Direct multitouch trace/marker/parameter control 
• Simpler menus, fewer keystrokes 
• Bigger display with multiple onscreen application capability 
• Visual configurators and summary screens 
• Simplified Rremote operation 
• User views and menus 
• Undo/Redo 

The Keysight N9010B EXA, a member of the X-Series signal analyzer family, allows you to quickly and easily perform diverse measurements and offers the largest suite of measurement applications across technologies and industries. Watch this new webcast to learn more. 

WHO SHOULD VIEW THIS WEBCAST?
RF & microwave transmitter and receiver design and test engineers and engineering managers interested in learning techniques for streamlining and simplifying signal analyzer measurements through the use of a multi-touch user interface. 

PRESENTER
Cory Boyan, Master R&D Engineer and UI Architect, Keysight Technologies

Cory has worked at Hewlett-Packard, Agilent Technologies and Keysight Technologies since 1974. He started as an analog and digital circuit designer working on early microprocessor controlled instruments in the 70’s and has worked as a software designer, user interface designer and project manager on all of HP/Agilent/Keysight’s Spectrum Analyzer products since 1980. For the past 15 years he has been the lead User Interface Architect for the Signal Analyzer Division. He holds 6 patents. His most recent project was leading the design of the Multitouch UI in the X-Series Signal Analyzers.