Overview:

With the increasing migration of GPS technology from dedicated navigation receivers to mobile phones and other devices, more R&D engineers and manufacturers are facing the challenge of how to test GPS receivers with reliability and repeatability. This webcast describes the typical GPS receiver tests used today for GPS receiver verification and the requirements for test signals. It also introduces a real-time GPS signal simulation solution that is capable of generating the required GPS signals for a repeatable and flexible test environment.

Duration: One hour



Who should view this webcast:
R&D Engineers who are: 1) Developing GPS Chips, 2) Integrating GPS into modules and end-user devices, 3) Performing A-GPS testing (CTIA over the air testing or pre-conformance testing)

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Presenter:

Mirin Lew


Mirin Lew is an Applications Specialist for the Microwave and Communications Division of Agilent Technologies, focusing on product planning and marketing of signal generation software and solutions for wireless connectivity markets. For the past few years, Mirin has been responsible for defining, marketing, and supporting products for WiMAX, WLAN, fading channel emulation, and GPS. Since joining Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies in 1987, Mirin has had a variety of marketing roles related to network analyzer, signal generator, and signal analyzer products. Mirin obtained a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of California at Davis and an M.S. degree from Stanford University.