With the explosion of wireless-enabled embedded systems, verifying and troubleshooting new designs now requires looking at analog, digital and RF signals in one system.  Join Tektronix and Design Expert David Saar as they explore time-saving techniques for debugging these complex designs.  Featured in the webinar is the new Tektronix MDO4000 Series—the world’s only oscilloscope with a built-in spectrum analyzer. Learn how this revolutionary new scope can transform the way you test.

The webinar will focus on challenges when designing embedded wireless technologies for worldwide deployment and meeting regional regulatory requirements. Selecting your radio’s performance and techniques for verifying radio integration will be discussed, and new test methodologies for troubleshooting will be explored. This webinar will demonstrate the use of the Tektronix MDO4000 Series Mixed Domain Oscilloscope in the design, verification and optimization of radio IC’s in the 900MHz spectrum for the same application, but two different geographic regions—Europe and North America.

What the Registrant Will Learn:

  • Selecting the proper frequency, power, and operational bandwidth for your application’s 900 MHz radio
  • Test techniques for validating radio integration, including common performance settings and measurements
  • New test methodology using the MDO4000 Series mixed domain oscilloscope

David Saar, President, SAAR Associates, Inc.

Specializing in embedded microprocessor applications, David has spent the last 20 years as president of Saar Associates, where he leads the company in providing custom electronic product development. He holds over 30 patents issued in the fields of communications, motor control, battery charging, and others.

Darren McCarthy, Technical Marketing Manager, Tektronix
Darren has worked extensively in various Test and Measurement positions for the last 23 years. He has also represented the US on several IEC Technical Committees for international EMC standards, and represented Tektronix on several international IEEE and Wireless Consortium Standards.