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Location: NCC East, Level 2, Room Helsinki- See more at: http://eumweek.edit.neptuneweb.com/exhibition/Exhibitor-Workshops.html#sthash.DJMz1ePY.dpuf
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Tuesday 25th September 12:00 – 16:00
Filter Design Forum
The first EuMW Filter Design Forum focuses on design and simulation techniques of RF and microwave filters and provides insight into the latest approaches relevant to filter design, as well as modern filter theory. Noted filter specialist Dan Swanson of DSG Associates will open the session with a keynote presentation. The agenda is segmented into sequential sessions to enable attendees to selectively attend any/all presentations of interest.
To view the complete agenda and to register, visit: awrcorp.com/eumw2018
Wednesday 26th September 10:00 – 16:00
RF and Microwave Power Amplifier (PA) Forum
The fifth annual EuMW RF and Microwave PA Forum focuses on device technologies, characterization, modeling, and end-use applications of RF and microwave PAs and provides insight into the latest approaches to device models, parameter extraction measurement techniques, and process technologies, as well as modern PA design flow and theory. Noted PA expert Dr. Steve C. Cripps of Cardiff University will open the session with a keynote presentation. The agenda is segmented into sequential sessions to enable attendees to selectively attend any/all presentations of interest.
To view the complete agenda and to register, visit:
For more information, details and registration visit http://www.rohde-schwarz.com/eumw
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Tutorial Seminars - RF Basics in Test and Measurement
A sound understanding of RF and mmWave testing methods is a key factor for every mmWave engineer, helping them to successfully
implement solutions and designs in mmWave and RF circuits. Moreover, digital communications engineering and mmWave engineering are merging more and more and becoming a cross-discipline. As a result, mmWave engineers are confronted with the challenge of how to master the territory of the former RF and digital communications world.
The Rohde & Schwarz seminars about RF basics in test and measurement will familiarize you with the elementary aspects of
signal generators, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers. You will learn to benefit from the great flexibility of our T&M equipment
when designing communications and radar systems. New this year is a seminar on realtime spectrum analysis that will introduce you to the methods for debugging RF and mmWave circuits in the time and the frequency domain.
Using vector network analyzers for component testing and evaluation and applying various calibration techniques common in advanced network analysis lets you characterize mmWave and RF components, which are necessary for mmWave designs and digital communications systems, to the highest precision.
Tuesday 25th September 2018 09:30 – 11:00
Fundamentals of Signal Generators and Oscillators (YIG vs. VCO)
Tuesday 25th September 2018 11:15 – 12:45
Fundamentals of Spectrum Analysis
Wednesday 26th September 2018 09:30 – 11:30
Introduction to Digital Signals and Digital Modulation
Wednesday 26th September 2018 11:45 – 13:15
Real time Spectrum Analysis Embedded in Advanced Spectrum Analyzers
Thursday 27th September 2018 9:30 – 10:30
Fundamentals of Vector Network Analysis
Thursday 27th September 2018 10:45 – 12:15
Calibration in Vector Network Analysis
Tuesday 25th September 2018 13:30 – 17:30
RF and Microwave Component Testing
Workshop Chair: Markus Lörner, Market Segment Manager RF & Microwave Components, Rohde & Schwarz
Today’s world demands higher throughput in communications systems, better radar resolutions for self-driving cars and greater security. These needs are pushing system designs toward higher clock rates and higher frequencies. RF and microwave components must enable the latest trends. For example, RF power amplifiers require high efficiency, and new technologies such as digital Doherty help to address these demands. Beamforming enables signal links at higher frequency ranges while improving the directivity of antenna systems. Research on higher frequencies must be affordable but also flexible in the target frequency range. Digital systems are showing higher data rates that are fueling the high data throughput in the RF. This is driving the need for minimum-jitter clocks with increasing rates.
This workshop discusses how to verify the performance of components such as power amplifiers, mixers, beamforming integrated circuits and high-speed clocks for these emerging applications. Experts from the test and measurement world and from industry partners will provide answers to verify the demanding requirements placed on new components.
Wednesday 26th September 2018 13:30 – 17:30
OTA Testing of 5G DUTs and Beamforming Antennas operating cmWave and mmWave Spectrum
Workshop Chair: Meik Kottkamp, 5G Technology Manager, Rohde & Schwarz
5G has been a research topic for many years and is developing toward concrete implementations on end user devices and infrastructure equipment. Coverage of the triangle of use cases spanning enhanced mobile broadband services, massive IoT
connectivity and ultrareliable and low-latency applications has led to a versatile, flexible and thoroughly configurable technology. Managing system flexibility will be crucial. In particular, verifying that key technology components achieve the intended performance is of utmost importance when turning the 5G visions into product reality.
This workshop will provide insight into the 5G New Radio (NR) technology as specified in 3GPP release 15. It will also discuss the key technology components relevant to using the cmWave and mmWave spectrum. R&D measurement aspects will be explained in detail, with a focus on verifying DUTs with beamforming capabilities. Implementing this technology requires application of over-the-air (OTA) test methods. Experts from the test and measurement world will provide answers on how to most efficiently perform the main verification tasks resulting from 5G NR.
Thursday 27th September 2018 12:30 – 16:30
Workshop Chair: Dr. Steffen Heuel, Technology Manager A&D, Rohde & Schwarz
Radar has been around for more than one hundred years, ever since Christian Hülsmeyer from Germany patented his “Telemobiloskop” in 1904. Since then, radar has been used for a variety of purposes, including presence detection, air traffic
control, military and even automotive applications. The different applications, which call for different radar systems that utilize various frequencies, signals and types of processing, require versatile test and measurement methods.
This workshop presents the latest radar test and measurement developments – from signal generation, wideband analysis and phase noise testing to simulation of RF environments for testing the many radar requirements.
The European Microwave Association (EuMA) is an international non-profit association with a scientific, educational and technical purpose. The aim of the Association is to develop in an interdisciplinary way, education, training and research activities. [more]
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