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Vector Modulation and Frequency Conversion Fundamentals

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7/18/13 to 7/18/13

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Agilent in Aerospace/Defense – Webcast Series

Title: Vector Modulation and Frequency Conversion Fundamentals

Date: July 18, 2013

Presenter: John Hansen, Senior Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies

Many applications in communications and radar require modulation of vector signals with I and Q baseband components. As systems become more complex, these modulated signals become wider in bandwidth, higher in carrier frequency and more sensitive to imperfections in the modulation. This presentation will cover different ways to optimize the baseband signal path to minimize the effects of I and Q signal-path mismatches. It will explore different IQ modulation techniques and compare the advantages and disadvantages of each. It will also address methods for up conversion of vector-modulated IF waveforms.

Engineers and system designers that use vector modulation or frequency conversion in their work and during test and evaluation.

Presenter Bio:
John Hansen is a Senior Application Engineer for Agilent Technologies’ Electronic Measurements Group. He has more than 20 years of experience in system engineering and new product development within the wireless, microelectronics and defense industries. At Agilent, he has been responsible for the launch of new high frequency microwave signal generator products and is currently involved in developing test and measurement solutions for radar, electronic warfare and satellite communications applications. John received his BS in Engineering from UCLA, an MSEE in communications systems from USC, and his MBA from San Diego State University. He is also a registered Professional Engineer in the State of California.


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