Technical Education Webinar Series
Title: Cost-Effective Distributed Signal Analysis: How the Evolution of Spectrum Analyzers Have Changed the Game
Date: June 12, 2019
Time: 8am PT / 11am ET
Sponsored by: ThinkRF
Presented by: Dr. Raymond Shen, Solutions Manager, Keysight Technologies and Tim Hember, Chief Operating Officer, ThinkRF
In only a few short years, monitoring the wireless spectrum went from relatively simple and centralized to highly complex and distributed. As a result, the equipment we use to monitor the spectrum needs to change.
Advances in software-define radio (SDR) technologies, computing and networking have led to a new class of software-defined spectrum analyzers which have been designed and built for complex monitoring applications. These compact, PC-driven, and remotely deployable analyzers allow users to monitor waveforms in more locations.
But at the same time, you need to make consistent measurements across signals, deployments and applications which is not always possible with proprietary solutions. That’s why multi-vendor connectivity is crucial to open, flexible and cost-effective signal analysis.
Join Dr. Raymond Shen, Solutions Manager of Keysight Technologies, and Tim Hember, Chief Operating Officer of ThinkRF, on June 12 at 11am EDT to gain insights on:
Dr. Raymond Shen leads Keysight's spectrum monitoring group, with over 20 years of experience in spectrum monitoring and signal demodulation. Raymond has a BS EE from Caltech and a MS EE and PhD EE from Stanford University. His PhD was in the area of machine learning.
Tim Hember was prior VP and Strategy Director for Alcatel Canada, developing global corporate market strategies; and prior CEO and founder of TimeStep, a network security equipment market leader acquired by Newbridge/Alcatel. Tim has thirty years of experience including Newbridge Networks, Gandalf, Calmos Semiconductor, Genesis Microchip, PureData Research, and Nortel Networks. Tim has a BASc in EE from University Waterloo and an MA in Economics from University Ottawa.
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