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Agilent in Aerospace/Defense – Webcast Series
RF Streaming, Analysis and Playback in Aerospace & Defense Applications
March 15, 2012; 10am PT/ 1pm ET/ 5pm UTC
Dense RF environments onboard ships, or urban environments, can be an interoperability and compatibility challenge. Simply understanding spectrum usage for an operator’s assigned channel is often insufficient to guarantee a high quality of service given the potential interference issues of strong adjacent emitters, co-channel interference and passive inter-modulation. Long-duration frequency studies are needed to characterize all emitters and distortions in the RF environment including their timing relationships to other RF systems. Once understood, new RF systems can be deployed with frequency plans and radiation patterns that are both compatible with the intended mission and the surrounding RF environment.
Who should attend
- Anyone integrating or troubleshooting defense systems (radar, surveillance and communications systems) in dense RF environments
- Anyone simulating or testing the effectiveness of new defense systems in theater or simulated environments
- Anyone seeking to validate and document interoperability and compatibility with other RF defense systems
Jim Taber, Director of Marketing and Sales, X-COM Systems
Jim has worked for Agilent Technologies, Inc. and other test and measurement firms performing a variety of product planning and marketing functions over the past 20 years.