Featured Videos

  1. Channel Modeling For 5G Demonstration
    7/14/2017

    This video is a demonstration that shows how Wireless InSite meets 3GPP and METIS channel modeling requirements for 5G technologies.

  2. Applications Of “Pocket-Sized” VNAs
    7/10/2017

    John Schultz with Compass Technology discusses the applications and capabilities of USB vector network analyzers and “pocket-sized” VNAs from Copper Mountain Technology for materials testing.

  3. Applications Of USB VNAs
    7/10/2017

    James Martin with Diamond Engineering discusses the applications and capabilities of USB vector network analyzers with frequency extenders from Copper Mountain Technology for antenna measurements.

  4. Which Programmable Attenuator System Is Right For My Lab?
    6/16/2017

    Bryan Walker with JFW discusses what to consider in order to make the best possible choice when selecting which programmable attenuator is right for your lab.

  5. Securing Incremental Design And Root Cause Analysis
    6/16/2017

    Michel Durr with Leti discusses some of the challenges involved in managing RF and mmWave technology design iteration, as well as some methodologies to address ongoing revisions in the technology.

  6. The Benefits Of 65V Technology
    6/16/2017

    Gavin Smith with NXP Semiconductors discusses the benefits of 65V transistors for applications requiring higher power systems.

  7. Improving Throughput And Test Set Up Efficiency
    6/16/2017

    Stephanie Jarno with Huber+Suhner discusses the importance of having the right cable assembly for your VNA application.

  8. How 28nm Converters Are Enabling 5G
    6/8/2017

    Jarrod Marshall with Analog Devices discusses advancements in 28nm converters and how they’ve impacting 5G technology.

  9. Simplifying A Radiated Immunity Test Set Up
    6/8/2017

    Jon Jacocks with Empower RF Systems discusses the traditional radiated immunity test set up and how the use of “smart” amplifier technology can greatly simplify it while reducing cost.

  10. How To Compare Datasheets Appropriately
    6/8/2017

    Datasheet comparisons can at times be misleading depending on which testing methods were used, or the environmental conditions in which the testing took place. John Coonrod with Rogers Corporation explains how engineers can cut down on some of the confusion, and also covers the importance of understanding which testing methods were used to collect the data.