IEEE 802.11ad PHY Layer Testing
1 Hour | Webcast - recorded | Where & When
IEEE 802.11ad is an amendment to the 802.11 WLAN standard which enables up to 7 Gbps data rates in the unlicensed and globally available 60 GHz band. With much more spectrum available than the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, the 60 GHz band has wider channels, enabling higher data rates over short distances (1m – 10m). Primary 802.11ad applications will be to remove wires between High-Definition multimedia, computer displays, I/O and peripheral, peer to peer data synchronization and higher speed LAN.
This web seminar will start with a brief tutorial introduction to the IEEE 802.11ad PHY layer. We will then review a variety of modulation analysis measurements and consider what can each of them tell us about the device under test.
Who should attend?
• Anyone currently developing or considering an implementation of the IEEE 802.11ad or WiGig 1.1 PHY.
• Anyone seeking to debug or verify an IEEE 802.11ad or WiGig 1.1 PHY implementation.
• Anyone wishing to exercise RF components or subsystems that are designed to process IEEE 802.11ad or WiGig 1.1 PHY compliant signals.
The presenter: John Harmon
John Harmon is a Wireless R&D Business Development Manager for Agilent Technologies, Inc. based in Santa Rosa, California. In his 32 years with Hewlett-Packard/Agilent, he has held various positions in R&D, Manufacturing, Marketing and Business Development. He currently focuses on 4th generation cellular technologies and 60 GHz wireless LAN. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University.
Where & When
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