Whether created by hopping, OFDM, or just fast pulses, wideband and ultra wideband signals are often particularly difficult to capture and analyze. Signals like UWB, Link 16, or wideband chirp require tradeoffs between capture time, capture bandwidth and noise floor to achieve optimum configuration for capture and analysis. This technical presentation includes demonstrations that will provide new insight into measurement options and performance considerations for capture and analysis of cutting edge wideband and ultra wideband systems.

Duration: One hour

Who should view this Webcast: RF R&D Engineers working in the aerospace and defense industry who want to better understand the products and applications available to analyze the unique and often difficult to capture signal found in their industry.

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Mark Lombardi, UWB Business Development Manager, Agilent Technologies
Mark Lombardi specializes in the utilization of Agilent Oscilloscopes and logic analyzers as acquisition engines for vector signal analysis. Mark's area of expertise applies to ultra wideband (UWB) technologies commonly used in aerospace and defense applications such as RADAR, satellite communications along with the newest commercial application; WiMedia based MB-OFDM.