Fast and Accurate Frequency Converter Characterization
1 Hour | Webcast - recorded | Where & When
Why is this webcast is important
This webcast discusses new methods for characterizing frequency converters with external or embedded local oscillators, using Agilent’s PNA-X high-performance network analyzer and the latest measurement algorithms. Compared to legacy systems built around spectrum analyzers and standalone signal sources, modern VNA-based systems are much faster, and more accurate, and they can accomplish many measurements with a single connection to the device under test. Featured measurements include a new method for measuring group delay without the use of reference or calibration mixers, plus gain compression versus frequency, swept intermodulation distortion, and source-corrected noise figure.
Who should attend
Engineers or technicians in R&D or manufacturing that need to fully characterize the behavior of RF or microwave frequency converters.
Where & When
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Training & Event Materials
Fast and Accurate Frequency Converter Webcast Slides
Slides from the Apr 19, 2012 Webcast presented by David Ballo.
Seminar Materials 2012-04-19
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