Millimeter-wave Challenges

While the frequency of “mmWave” systems can vary from 10 - >100 GHz, there are aspects of system design and the impact of hardware limitations that are common. A combination of high frequency and wide bandwidth require close attention to broadband noise, phase noise, linearity, frequency response and power dissipation. The use of directional antennas introduces another dimension to the problem of maintaining an effective link, since beam steering is required.

Overview

Title: Millimeter-wave Challenges
Date: On-Demand Webinar

Summary

Why this webcast is important:
While the frequency of “mmWave” systems can vary from 10 - >100 GHz, there are aspects of system design and the impact of hardware limitations that are common. A combination of high frequency and wide bandwidth require close attention to broadband noise, phase noise, linearity, frequency response and power dissipation. The use of directional antennas introduces another dimension to the problem of maintaining an effective link, since beam steering is required. This webcast discusses these issues and some solutions using a number of examples from 802.11ad and OFDM signals.

Who should attend:
Engineers and technicians working at millimeter-wave frequencies, including 5G, Millimeter-wave radar and 802.11ad.

Speakers

Pete Cain
Millimeter-wave Solution Planner
Keysight Technologies

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