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Webinar: From design to real RF device - connecting EDA simulation and hardware test

Webinar: From design to real RF device - connecting EDA simulation and hardware test

This webinar is intended for engineers who design RF components and systems using tools for simulation and hardware test.

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Webinar: Investigate RF power amplifier linearization benefits in EDA - including a comparison to hardware test

Broadcast Date: December 01, 2021

This webinar is intended for engineers who design RF frontends and RF power amplifiers and striving for the best possible error vector magnitude (EVM) performance.

Webinar: From design to real RF device – connecting EDA simulation and hardware test

Webinar: From design to real RF device – connecting EDA simulation and hardware test

Broadcast Date: November 02, 2021

This webinar is intended for engineers who design RF components and systems using tools for simulation and hardware test.

Webinar: mmWave and sub-THz active load-pull, gain compression and S parameter measurements

mmWave and sub-THz active load-pull, gain compression and S parameter measurements

In recent years, there has been a substantial increase in the use of active devices operating at mmWave and sub-terahertz frequencies. Such devices find applications in various industries including automotive, radar, radio astronomy, remote sensing, military and others.

We will examine techniques that measure S-parameters at user-specified power levels, discuss making accurate and repeatable gain compression measurments, as well as non-50 ohm active load-pull measurements on DUTs under large signal conditions which make validating non-linear device models possible, and how to create ideal matching networks to maximize DUT performance.

Doherty amplifier - measurement-aided development

Doherty amplifier - measurement-aided development

This webinar introduces the Doherty amplifier as a special case of the “balanced” amplifier genre. We will discuss design & test challenges and show implementation variants that make it possible to increase output power and improve efficiency.

Using a dual input Doherty measurement setup as a reference, we will describe a measurement-aided design method that can significantly reduce the time to market. Key topics such as calibration, linear and nonlinear measurements, and analysis round out the pragmatic approach.

Power integrity - Challenges, best practices, and test solutions for sensitive electronic designs

Power integrity - Challenges, best practices, and test solutions for sensitive electronic designs

We will be discussing power integrity issues, root causes and countermeasures in sensitive electronic designs. Demonstrating best design & test practices and solutions we will be supporting electronic design engineers effectively and efficiently powering their devices and systems. Measurements in the time & frequency domains provide detailed insights in the design verification.

Radio Equipment Directive (RED) and coexistence

Radio Equipment Directive (RED) and coexistence

The efficient use of spectrum is a key-requirement of the new radio equipment directive (RED). Not only transmitters, but also receivers now have to meet minimum regulatory requirements and need to be tested. This discussion with an EMC testing and regulatory expert goes through all relevant RED regulatory, testing and co-existing topics.

The two pillars of 5G: Energy and spectral efficiency

The two pillars of 5G: Energy and spectral efficiency

The session discusses the twin pillars of 5G deployment by operators: spectral efficiency (capacity) vs. energy efficiency (cost). We try to answer the question of how to increase network capacity while at the same time decreasing the network cost for both 5G FR1 and FR2 wireless networks. We explore both traditional methods of increasing capacity as well as newer methods based on old radar technology that can increase capacity while decreasing costs.

Basic and novel methods for the characterization of mixers with VNAs – part 1

Basic and novel methods for the characterization of mixers with VNAs – part 1

In the first webinar, you will learn how to perform a scalar characterization of the mixer and how to measure the relative phase and group delay. In addition, you get to see the technology for mixers with/without LO access.

Basic and novel methods for the characterization of mixers with VNAs – part 2

Basic and novel methods for the characterization of mixers with VNAs – part 2

You will gain further insights in the second webinar about how to perform mixed gain, group delay and phase measurements in the mmWave range, e.g. up to 110 GHz. You will get to know important calibration techniques.

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