Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes
Why this webcast is important:
Emerging wireless standards are creating a lot of uncertainty in future test strategies. How can you leverage from existing test solutions when requirements are trending to higher frequencies and wider bandwidths? This webcast will describe challenges with higher frequency, wider bandwidth measurements and how you need to think differently about your nextgen test to ensure accurate, repeatable, and cost appropriate solutions.
Who should attend:
Test engineers and managers, manufacturing engineers and managers.
Modular Program Manager/Specialist
Sheri is responsible for Keysight modular strategy and business initiatives. In her 30 years at Keysight, HP, and Agilent Technologies, Sheri has held a variety of positions in production engineering, quality, technical support, and product marketing. Twenty-plus years have been focused on developing and introducing new products in modular platforms. Sheri managed the product marketing team to introduce Agilent’s first PXI RF Source and Analyzer which are key elements of Keysight’s MIMO Reference Solution. Sheri also led the business and development teams to deliver Keysight’s first 5G Reference Solutions used to accelerate some of the first 5G development. Sheri has authored technical articles and papers covering 5G Channel Sounding, MIMO beamforming, and multi-channel calibration, as well as other modular solution topics.
5G Program Director
Randy Becker obtained his BSE with a major in Electrical Engineering from Walla Walla College in 1997 and an MSEE from the University in Nebraska in 1999. He then joined Hewlett-Packard/Agilent/Keysight Technologies where he has worked for 17 years in a variety of technical marketing roles. Randy started as a marketing engineer in the Spectrum Analysis Division; two years later he moved to the Signal Sources Division where he worked for 8 years. Randy is currently the Director of the 5G Testbed program for the Internet Infrastructure Network Access group.