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10-Steps to Determine 3G/4G IP Data Throughput

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9/27/12 1:00 pm to 9/27/12 2:00 pm EDT

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Agilent in LTE- Webcast Series

10-Steps to Determine 3G/4G IP Data Throughput

September 27, 2012; 10am PT / 1pm ET/ 5pm UTC

What is the Webcast About?
The latest smart phones and cellular devices require increasingly higher data throughput to deliver expected application experience and basic voice performance. This is especially true as the industry moves to an all IP network in the case of LTE. End-to-end IP data throughput testing is therefore a key performance test. This webcast describes the ten sequential steps to determine if devices deliver the required performance. It includes a discussion of the role of a base station emulator and an application PC server for executing tests in a bench top environment.

Who Should View this Webcast?
Mobile phone and cellular data modem developers, cellular applications developers, engineers, technicians and test lab managers responsible for testing mobile phones.

Michael Lawton, Product Planner, and Marv Wagner, Wireless Applications Engineer, both of Agilent Technologies Inc.

Michael Lawtonis the lead Product Planning Engineer for the R&D business within the Mobile Broadband Operation of Agilent Technologies’ Microwave Communications Division. This division is part of Agilent's Electronic Measurement Group. The Mobile Broadband Operation focuses on providing wireless test solutions for all phases in the product development lifecycle. In his current role he is focused on LTE test applications.

Michael began his career with HP/Agilent in 1992, working in Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Bristol (UK) working as a research engineer on a variety of wireless projects. In 1998, Michael moved to Ipswich and joined the Fiber Optic Product division where he held positions in both product and strategic marketing. In 2005 Michael moved to Edinburgh to take a marketing position within wireless test.

During his career Michael has been awarded 4 patents in the areas of wireless networking and fiber optic communications. He has also represented Agilent and served as chair for external groups developing both industry standards and multi-sourcing agreements.

Michael holds both a bachelor’s degree (BEng) and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Bristol, UK.

Marv Wagneris a Wireless Applications Engineer for Agilent Technologies' Mobile Broadband Operation. He has instructed customers on methods and tools to test cell phones and data modems through all phases of development and manufacturing. He has authored numerous application notes and technical presentations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of mobile phone test.

Marv holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah. He has worked for Hewlett-Packard and later Agilent Technologies as an RF Hardware Designer, Application Developer and R&D Project Manager for development of Agilent's Wireless Communications Test Sets that are used for developing and manufacturing mobile phones. He currently lives in Spokane Washington.


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