Agilent's Events for United Kingdom and Ireland
Welcome to Agilent's Upcoming Events Page for United Kingdom and Ireland
Agilent Technologies takes part as an exhibitor in numerous parlors and conferences but also organizes free technical seminars in many fields. This list will be updated regularly.
|Precision Validation of Radar System Performance in the Field||This webcast will discuss several types of mission critical radar ground stations, and show examples of tests capable of validating system performance to the Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) level, using a single, rugged all-in-one Commercial off the Shelf (COTs) analyzer.||
|Small Cell SIG Event - ‘Small Cells and the Enterprise’||
Handling cellular connectivity and coverage/capacity issues is a burden for enterprises, who would prefer to save their resources and leave the problem-solving to the Mobile Network Operator (MNO) or a third party. ‘Small Cell and the Enterprise’ is a London-based half day event that will explore the various options and solutions available for cellular coverage from the perspectives of both the enterprises and the MNOs by looking at the business cases, technical and deployment challenges. Speakers confirmed for this event include David Chambers of ThinkSmallCell, Simon Saunders of Real Wireless, Ronny Haraldsvik of SpiderCloud Wireless and Nick Johnson of ip.access. The event is jointly sponsored by Microlease and Agilent.
||21st January||London, UK||Click Here|
|Demystify MIPI M-PHY Receiver Physical Layer Test Challenges||If you are developing or validating MIPI-M-Phy based RX designs (and /or are a silicon / IP vendor or system integrator), you'll want to attend this seminar to understand how to overcome the physical layer test challenges.||
|Successful Modulation Analysis in 3 Steps||This webcast will use measurement examples to describe a straightforward process for understanding signal behavior, finding problems, identifying their causes, and the best ways to optimize performance. The 3 step approach is particularly effective at identifying problems early and helping avoid surprises, delays, embarrassments, and rework.||