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    Educate Tomorrow’s IoT Engineers

    The Internet of Things (IoT) megatrend is here NOW! Keysight's ready-to-teach IoT Applied Courseware focuses on practical design and test techniques to prepare your students for tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. Your students will work with industry-standard tools and software and learn the IoT ecosystem from fundamentals and system design to wireless communication and power management....More
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    Medium Format Li-ion Battery Applications: Growth in the Middle Class

    Li-ion battery technology first enabled the lap-top market and soon thereafter, small, simple consumer electronics products. There is widespread speculation that electric vehicles, with their large format batteries, will be the wave of the future, but meanwhile, “medium format” battery applications are converting to Li-ion at a rapid pace. These multi-cell batteries power everything from forklifts to e-bikes to back-up data storage and have medium current delivery and capacity in common....More
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    What’s Shaping the Landscape for Transporting Data in IoT?

    The Internet of Things (IoT) landscape is evolving rapidly so it’s critical to stay on top of the trends as you make decisions around your deployment. There are competing standards in different states of maturity and adoption that impact specific IoT functions in your solution and potentially impact adjacent areas of functionality. If one piece of the solution is no longer interoperable with the balance of the solution problems will arise including latency, lost data and the potential to miss revenue goals or experience higher costs than anticipated....More
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    Reliable Connectivity for IoT Devices

    This webcast will discuss key radio performance specs for ensuring a reliable wireless connection for battery power IoT devices. Devices operating in the global ISM bands raises certain RF challenges which can lead to unreliable communication links. The webcast will describe these challenges with a focus on the application impact. We'll discuss how high performing radios resolve these issues and ensure reliable connectivity systems....More
  • Mar 23, 2017

    Demystifying Vias in High-Speed PCB Design

    In PCB designs, vias are virtually everywhere and come in various types, whether signal, ground, or thermal vias, as well as through-hole, blind, and buried vias for manufacturing technology. There are even single-ended or differential vias for signaling purpose. No matter how the vias are classified, it is important to note that they play an important role in the PCB, especially in high-speed designs....More
  • Feb 21, 2017

    USB Type-C Design Implementations – Overcoming Test Challenges

    The USB Type-C ecosystem includes technologies like USB 3.1 Gen 2, USB-PD, MHL, Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort, and HDMI Alt Mode. As the USB Type-C ecosystem moves into the main-stream with worldwide adoption, there are significant learnings from early silicon and system implementations. This session will illustrate the most common challenges and issues with implementing USB Type-C, and solutions to properly characterize and validate your designs....More
  • Feb 16, 2017

    Extreme Oscilloscope Probing Challenges and Solutions

    Electronic products are getting smaller and tightening environmental specifications as designs become more versatile. Signals are getting faster and smaller too. These trends in electronics pose challenges for making accurate oscilloscope measurements. Selecting the right probing solution for your application and how you use the probe are indispensable steps toward dependable oscilloscope measurements....More
  • Feb 23, 2017

    Millimeter-wave Challenges

    While the frequency of “mmWave” systems can vary from 10 - >100 GHz, there are aspects of system design and the impact of hardware limitations that are common. A combination of high frequency and wide bandwidth require close attention to broadband noise, phase noise, linearity, frequency response and power dissipation. The use of directional antennas introduces another dimension to the problem of maintaining an effective link, since beam steering is required....More
  • Mar 22, 2017

    NB-IoT: A Cellular Technology Connecting the Internet of Things

    While the LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) market has existed for some time, current implementations are fragmented and soft-standardized, leading to weaknesses in security and reliability, and very high operational costs due to incompatibility with existing infrastructure....More
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    12 Things to Consider When Choosing an Oscilloscope

    Join Wilson Lee, Technical Marketing Manager at Tektronix, as he walks through the most important criteria for choosing your next oscilloscope....More
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    Accelerating Development and Reducing Design Risks with Rapid Prototyping

    Rapid manufacturing offers many different methods for producing your parts and knowing the benefits of each process can beneficial. In this webcast you will learn about rapid manufacturing processes used in prototyping and when it is best to use each of them to reduce manufacturing costs and decreasing your time to market. We will discuss this along with how to receive a free design for manufacturability (DFM) review....More
  • Mar 1, 2017

    Oscilloscope or Digitizer for Wideband analysis – Why care?

    This paper describes the differences between digitizer and oscilloscope measurements and explains how the trade-offs will impact your wideband measurement results....More
  • Jan 26, 2017

    Getting Multiphysics Modeling Right

    Tune into this webinar to learn how to use multiphysics modeling to support design and innovation at the early stages of...More
  • Feb 8, 2017

    Fundamentals of IV Measurements

    At some point in their careers, most engineers and scientists need to make accurate current and voltage (IV) measurements. Unfortunately, this type of practical measurement knowledge is rarely taught in universities. This presentation will cover the basics of IV measurement, with an emphasis on tips and tricks to improve the results you obtain and to increase your efficiency in making these types of measurements....More
  • Feb 15, 2017

    RF Converters Enable Multiple Wideband Applications

    This webcast will focus on the advantages and flexibility that RF data converters bring to a radio designer, especially with the higher data rates that recent advances in converter technology have enabled. Radio applications such as wireless infrastructure, cable headend transmitters, radar, and instrumentation can all be implemented and simplified through the use of RF converters. Examples of transmitters using RF DACs will be shown....More
  • Feb 2, 2017

    Securing IoT Gateways

    Security is the most commonly listed obstacle to the realization of the Internet of Things, and recent events such as the Mirai attacks have underscored the need to improve security for the IoT. The QorIQ family provides scalable solutions for any size of IoT gateway, and every product includes SoC level hardware capabilities to protect systems against intrusion, encrypt data and communications, and support strong partitioning with virtualization....More
  • Feb 14, 2017

    Build powerful IoT applications quickly with Node-RED

    Security is the most commonly listed obstacle to the realization of the Internet of Things, and recent events such as the Mirai attacks have underscored the need to improve security for the IoT. The QorIQ family provides scalable solutions for any size of IoT gateway, and every product includes SoC level hardware capabilities to protect systems against intrusion, encrypt data and communications, and support strong partitioning with virtualization....More
  • Jan 25, 2017

    Digital Beamforming Techniques for Phased Array Systems

    This webcast is an overview of current challenges and solutions for Digital Beamforming Phased Array applications. The major phased array subsystems will be reviewed and architecture tradeoff options will be discussed....More
  • Jan 27, 2017

    Microsoft Azure and Connected Devices

    Users want to achieve greater ROI for their solutions while planning for new deployments as well as leveraging existing assets. The cloud is playing an ever-increasing role in how to achieve greater scale, faster time to solution and ROI. Microsoft’s approach to Microsoft Azure and connected devices helps solution providers leverage new capabilities, enable analytics with big data and do so with a standards based approach recognized by many certification bodies....More
  • Jan 19, 2017

    The IoT Data Journey: Connecting the points from the Edge to the Cloud

    The fundamental requirement for enabling the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) are interoperable connections between the various sensors at the edge to a gateway and up to and back from the cloud. While each node typically follows an industry standard, there is no single standard that maps across all of the touch points. The complexity increases when different types of sensor devices, collecting unique sets of data, all coverage on the same gateway....More
  • Jan 31, 2017

    Making Sense of Wireless Sensor Power Consumption

    Wireless sensors and meters surround us in almost every aspect of modern life. From the hundreds of sensors inside our cars that monitors driving operations and safety to the water, gas, and electrical meters in our homes that transmits our consumption wirelessly to the utilities companies, modern conveniences simply would not be possible without these sensors and meters. The proliferation of these wireless sensors and meters means that these devices must be trusted to properly operate for long periods of time....More
  • Jan 24, 2017

    Making Design to Manufacturing Easier, Faster, Better

    We live in a multitasking product realization world today. Development teams today must adapt to a new economy, culture, and technology. For companies to gain a competitive edge, retain loyal customers, and make a profit, they need collaborative product development and delivery and they need it fast — from design through production release processes — with all teams participating....More
  • Jan 10, 2017

    Learn to Balance the Performance/Cost Scale for Functional Test, Switching and Data Acquisition

    Are you confident in your product and process performance? Is there a lower cost of test that can more accurately represent your test operation’s performance? Continuously getting the data you need to make decisions on improving your products and processes is critical to being competitive in today’s world in terms of cost and delivered product quality....More
  • Jan 19, 2017

    New Solutions for Human-Machine-Interface

    Learn about solutions for challenging real-world applications using the latest inductive and capacitive sensing technologies....More
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