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Material Measurements with VNAs

06/10/2020

The increasing popularity of mobile communications, wireless data transfers, and instant access technologies is giving rise to the need for faster data rates and more data channels to support an ever-increasing number of users and their devices. To meet these demands, circuits must be made smaller and perform faster than ever before.

Enhanced On-Wafer VNA Measurements From 70 kHz to 220 GHz In A Single Sweep

02/09/2020

This WebTalk will discuss important aspects when performing ultra-wideband 220 GHz VNA measurements and will describe basic VNA architecture, choices in broadband VNA calibrations, and how to optimize VNA on-wafer measurement performance.

Efficient Ways to RF Test Your IoT Device

16/06/2020

This webinar will focus on conducting RF measurements for an IoT device using network simulators, and includes 5G, LTE, NB-IoT, Cat-M, wireless LAN (WLAN), V2X, Bluetooth and Zigbee.

New Methodology Diagnoses PIM Issues without Climbing the Tower

16/06/2020

During this webinar, we will explore a new PIM diagnosis methodology that eliminates tower climbs and reduces system down time by as much as 90%.

Protecting Critical Communication Systems from Interference with Anritsu’s Field Master Pro

25/03/2020

This webinar will discuss various methods and tools needed to quickly and easily hunt, track, identify, and remove interference utilizing Anritsu’s Field Master Pro MS2090A high-performance spectrum analyzer.

Details of 3GPP Release 16 and introduction to 3GPP Release 17

27/02/2020

R16 also called as “5G Phase 2” is focussed on improving the gaps in R15 and has key focus on industry verticals.  The R16 specification will be completed in June 2020. The webinar presents details of this 3GPP Release. Also in addition there will be introduction to 3GPP Release 17.

Beam Management Principles in 5G NR

22/01/2020

The presentation focus on Beam Management principles and test methods in 5G NR. This will cover the technical aspects of Sub6 GHz and mmWave frequencies. Also understanding of beam management in context of massive MIMO and Channel Emulation will provided.

A New Solution for Making Transmission Measurements Over Distance

23/10/2019

Measuring transmission parameters with a traditional vector network analyzer (VNA) over distance requires long test port cables, which increases signal loss and reduces measurement stability. This creates the need to use very expensive, high-end VNAs to be able to overcome these issues, and it also increases cost-of-test and limits where and how measurements can be taken.

Future-proofing 5G and Millimeter Wave Measurements with Anritsu Components

10/09/2019

5G is the newest communication standard that is changing the world. Unlike the previous standards, 5G communication has introduced the use of higher frequency allocations, especially in the microwave range around 37-43.5 GHz.

Understanding details of 3GPP Release 15 5G NR

19/02/2019

The webinar is focused on details of 3GPP 5G NR specifications for R15. It will focus on 5G key concepts and protocol stack specification across all the layers. Also, a comparison to highlight the differences and similarities with LTE will be included.

Understanding 3GPP 5G – Are you Ready for the 5G New Radio and Testing Challenges of 3GPP Release 15?

06/06/2018

The webinar focuses on the latest 5G standards as defined by the latest 3GPP Release 15, considering in detail the architecture requirements of 5G core network (NGC) and 5G New Radio Air interface (5G-NR RAN), as well as the implementation and testing challenges they present.

Future technologies and evolution for Cellular Telecom Networks

28/09/2017

This webinar looks at end-to-end key technology changes and market requirements that are driving future telecom networks in the areas of 5G and SDN/NFV.

Challenges of Measurement at Millimeter Wave Frequencies

31/03/2017

Until recently, millimeter wave frequencies were traditionally dedicated to military applications with some commercial use for point to point microwave links. Sub-octave bandwidth waveguide was the preferred transmission line as millimeter wave capable coax cable and connectors were not available.

Understanding VNA-based USB Type-C™ Signal Integrity Compliance Test

28/03/2017

Learn how to use VNAs to conduct signal integrity compliance testing in an automated environment.

A Guide to Making RF Measurements for Signal Integrity Applications

24/01/2017

Designing a system for Signal Integrity requires a great deal of knowledge and tremendous effort from all disciplines involved. Higher data rates and more complex modulation schemes are requiring digital engineers to take into account the analog and RF performance of the channels to a much greater degree than in the past. Moreover, increasing performance demands are requiring digital engineers move from oscilloscopes and TDRs to vector network analyzers (VNAs), with which they may be less familiar.

PAM4 Demands Accurate S-Parameters

01/12/2016

As high speed serial data rates advance, we face a fundamental shift. Conventional NRZ signaling is being replaced by PAM4, a modulation scheme that takes half the bandwidth to transmit the same payload as the equivalent NRZ signal. PAM4 requires more accurate measurements as it introduces potential issues that are not present in NRZ.

BBU Emulation: Saving Time, Saving Money, Saving Headaches

10/11/2016

Cell site deployment is complex, costly and multi-staged. For RRH (Remote Radio Head) installation, there is typically an installation phase, and a completely separate turn-up phase when the BBUs (Baseband Units) are finally activated.

Performing on-wafer VNA measurements from 70 kHz to 110 and 145 GHz

01/11/2016

In this webinar, participants will learn various tips and techniques for performing on-wafer measurements using a VNA over broadband frequencies as wide as 70 kHz to 110 and 145 GHz.

Unique 3D In-Building Coverage Mapping Solution

27/10/2016

In-building wireless communications are essential to provide communications for law-enforcement activities, emergency medical treatment, fire suppression, carrying on the business of government and providing communications in times of disasters. There is abundant news of in-building events where public safety has been called in to resolve problems and to support health and welfare needs. In all of these cases, effective and reliable communications are necessary for these professionals to effectively do their jobs.

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