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LTE and the Evolution to LTE-Advanced Fundamentals

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3/26/13 to 3/28/13

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LTE and the Evolution to LTE-Advanced Fundamentals Webcast Series

Presented by: Agilent Technologies

Available now On Demand

March 26, 2013 for Part 1

March 28, 2013 for Part 2

This two-part series of webcasts provides a strong foundation for RF engineers learning 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology and is based on the new 2nd Edition book LTE and the Evolution to 4G Wireless - Design and Measurement Challenge. RF Engineers working on the development of RF/Baseband components for LTE receivers and transmitters will gain an overall perspective of the concepts and challenges of basic LTE thru LTE-Advanced Rel 10.

This webcast will provide the basics of LTE technology. We will cover requirements, key specifications, and the latest deployment information. We will discuss air interface concepts including OFDM and SC-FDMA, review the block diagram of a transceiver, and the fundamentals of receiver and transmitter test.

This webcast will start by covering the basics of MIMO. We will then discuss the fundamentals of LTE-Advanced including the main features of Release 10, carrier aggregation, clustered SC-FDMA and more. We will conclude with test requirements of these key areas.

Frank Palmer, Marketing Program Manager, Agilent Technologies
Frank Palmer joined Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies in 1986 as a product marketing engineer for portable spectrum analyzers. Before taking up his present position as a worldwide wireless and LTE industry lead, he held positions as wireless industry marketing manager and wireless applications engineer where he was responsible for understanding the test requirements of the diverse wireless communications industry. He has authored and delivered various technical papers at industry symposia and seminars including numerous LTE training classes. Frank received his degree in Electronic Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

Jan Whitacre, LTE Marketing Program Manager, Agilent Technologies
Jan has over 30 years of engineering experience in cellular technologies. She received her BS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and then completed her MBA in Spokane, WA. Jan currently works on solutions from across Agilent and is currently focused on LTE, LTE-Advanced and WLAN. She coordinates communications and writes and presents training courses and articles, and most recently was the project lead for the LTE and the Evolution to 4G Wireless Book.


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