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Using RF Recording Techniques to Resolve Interference Problems

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10/18/12 1:00 pm to 10/18/12 2:00 pm EDT

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Agilent in Aerospace/Defense – Webcast Series

Using RF Recording Techniques to Resolve Interference Problems

October 18, 2012; 10am PT/ 1pm ET/ 5pm UTC

Why this webcast is important
The military theater is complex and includes many sources of interference from multitude of devices in the RADAR and wireless landscape. As RF power is spread over wider bandwidths to improve range resolution, increase data rates, and decrease probability of detection, RF devices encounter a wider bandwidth of interference. As designers look to create robust solutions that can perform in such environments, it becomes more important to create those conditions in the lab, or model those environments. This webcast discusses the problems associated with system operation in a cluttered environment, and RF recording techniques that can be used to capture minutes or hours of data for subsequent analysis. The solution discussed in this presentation is a dual channel PXI uW analyzer capable of 2 x 100 MHz bandwidth simultaneous gapless recording capability to find an event that occurs infrequently. Having a dual channel system enables a number of interesting measurement modes that can be used to greatly reduce the effort involved in finding events of interest.

Who should attend
Engineers working in the fields of Aero/Def Radar, Electronic Warfare, and Communications.

David Murray, Application Engineer, Agilent Technologies

David Murray joined HP / Agilent in 1995. David has 16 years of experience in RF and Microwave applications across a range of different test and measurement products, and has spent almost 10 of those years as a manufacturing development engineer. Currently David works as an application engineer based in Santa Rosa, California focusing on Microwave and RF applications in modular form factors such as PXI and AXIe. David holds a Bachelor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering degree from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.


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