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World's Fastest Antenna Performance Measurement Technique

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2/27/13 1:00 pm to 2/27/13 2:00 pm EST

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Innovations in Network Analysis Webcast Series

World's Fastest Antenna Performance Measurement Technique

February 27, 2013

10:00 AM PT/ 1:00 PM ET/ 6:00 PM UTC

Ruska Patton, M.Sc. - Director of Product Management, EMSCAN

Very-near-field measurements of radiated emissions are fast and easy to make. Near field measurement solutions helps avoid the delays and set-up needed for far-field measurements in a chamber. New techniques developed by EMSCAN allow very-near-field Antenna testing in less than one second! A designer can get an antenna or wireless device pattern in "real-time" to characterize the performance early in the design cycle thus saving time and cost. This webcast will discuss using very-near-field measurements. Practical tips and a demonstration of EMSCAN's actual "real-time" RFxpert will be shown.

Who should view this webcast?
Antenna Designers and Wireless Engineers who design antennas and wireless devices in the 300 MHz to 6 GHz range.

Presenter Bio:
Mr. Patton is responsible for the evolution of EMSCAN's real-time near-field measurement solutions. He has a comprehensive understanding of general EMC, EMI and RF design and troubleshooting, with excellent skills in related software applications and programming. He was granted a patent related to EMSCAN's planar very-near-field scanner, RFxpert.

Mr. Patton holds both a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. During his time at University, he was recognized with numerous IEEE awards and a distinguished research scholarship.


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