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Developing measurement and analysis systems with Agilent & MATLAB - Webcast

Question asked by tabbott Employee on Nov 22, 2013
Latest reply on Nov 22, 2013 by tabbott
Hi -

We invite you to join the FREE *Developing measurement and analysis systems with Agilent & MATLAB* Webcast on December 4 at 9 a.m., 2 p.m., or 9 p.m. Eastern time. 

WHY THIS WEBCAST IS IMPORTANT
When designing and testing modern electronic systems, engineers rely on measurement instruments such as signal analyzers, waveform generators, and oscilloscopes. Because of their unique systems and testing needs, engineers also need the ability to customize, extend, and automate their analysis, and often turn to software to meet these challenges.

During this webcast, we will show how to use Agilent instruments together with application software such as MATLAB (now available from Agilent) to develop custom measurement and analysis systems to meet your design and testing needs. Through live demonstrations, learn more about using instruments to:

• Generate complex signals including multi-tone, pulsed radar, and multi-carrier
• Pre-distort waveforms to compensate for hardware imperfections
• Capture IQ data with a signal analyzer and apply your own measurement routines
• Generate signal impairments and perform signal playback to verify designs
• Create advanced 2-D and 3-D visualizations of live wireless signals
• Acquire, filter, and analyze live oscilloscope signals using GUI-based applications
• Create and execute your own custom analysis functions using N8806A user-defined function
The webinar will conclude with a live Q&A session with Agilent and MathWorks engineers

WHO SHOULD VIEW THIS WEBCAST
• Design engineers, research engineers, RF engineers, test and evaluation engineers
• Signal generator and signal analyzer users who design, test and debug digital radios
• Oscilloscope, RS-232 serial device and data acquisition hardware users
• C, C++, MATLAB, and other users who need to acquire, analyze and visualize data
• Technical personnel interested in developing measurement systems or test systems

For more information: 
https://www.mathworks.com/company/events/webinars/wbnr86352.html

Enjoy!  

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