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As devices evolve and become more complex, understanding the fundamentals of network analysis is as essential as ever. RF designers are concerned with meeting today’s standards while staying flexible enough to handle future technologies. Understanding how the main sections of a network analyzer work will allow you to optimize the measurement of your device under test.During this webcast, you will learn how to save time, prevent mistakes, and avoid rework by optimizing intermediate frequency bandwidth, power level, and dynamic range for the most accurate measurements. We’ll also discuss the impact of systematic, random, and drift errors on the accuracy of measurements. Register.
three learnings of this webinar
- Address measurement challenges that require a network analyzer.
- Describe the architecture of today’s modern network analyzers.
- Provide tips to maximize the settings of a network analyzer to optimize its performance and get more out of your device or system under test
Understanding how the main sections of a network analyzer work will allow you to optimize the measurement of your device under test. Learn more in this one-hour webinar
Matt is a Product Marketer for Keysight’s Network Analyzers. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University and previously worked as a technical writer. Matt combines his technical background with his passion for writing to help engineers make the most out of their network analysis.