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Effectively Maintain Mission Critical Communication Systems

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4/17/14 1:00 pm to 4/17/14 2:00 pm EDT

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Agilent in Aerospace/Defense – Webcast Series

Title: Effectively Maintain Mission Critical Communication Systems

Date: April 17, 2014

Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET / 7pm CET

Presenter:
Rolland Zhang, Senior Product Manager, Agilent Technologies

What is the Webcast About?
Mission critical communication systems include RADAR, SATCOM, VHF/UHF radio and microwave backhaul. Depending on the branch of military, these systems can be installed on ground, vehicles, ships and aircraft. For these mission critical systems, it is key to effectively maintain optimum performance levels.

Reduced system performance or failure can usually be traced to faulty components such as T/R modules, antennas, cable waveguide, filters and amplifiers. This webcast will discuss what needs to be tested and how to test and verify these systems. Key topics are RADAR field test and verification, SATCOM field test, microwave backhaul test, cable and antenna test, VNA calibration in the field, waveguide calibration and tests as well as radio environment characterization.

Who should view this webcast?
Military communication engineers, FAA engineers, FCC engineers, public safety, direct government

Presenter Bio:
Rolland Zhang is a senior product manager for Agilent FieldFox RF handheld analyzers, based in Santa Rosa, California. Rolland has over 20 years’ experience with the wireless communications industry in areas of infrastructure installation and maintenance, network engineering, optimization and troubleshooting. He currently devotes his time to developing FieldFox for wireless communications and aerospace /defense communications.

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