Of course you know that there are hundreds - maybe even thousands - of useful instructional videos available on
YouTube and/or company and college websites. They can be a valuable resource for information on design, test,
implementation, and theory on nearly any topic imaginable. The busier you are, the less time you have to watch one
of the videos simply for review or general knowledge enhancement. However, some of the webinars, classroom
lessons, company presentations, and privately done videos are very useful when you have a specific problem to
solve. A lot of digitized productions from old armed forces and other government entities can be really useful
even in black-and-white. Here are a few videos that I have viewed recently which might be of interest to you, but
even if not these, surely there is some topic you have been meaning to look up but haven't gotten around to it.
Webinar: PIM Testing DAS - Which Frequency Band Should You Use?
Presented by Tom Bell, Sr. Product Manager.
Passive Intermodulation is a phenomenon caused by nonlinear properties of mechanical interfaces like coaxial cable
connectors, antenna bolts and rivets, etc.
Chip Antenna Presentation
Presented by Vishay.
Introduces chip antenna configurations for 400-1,000 MHz. The web page also has numerous other related product
Antenna-Theory.com is a very nice resource for people wanting to learn the basics of antenna theory up through
some fairly sophisticated discussion of various antenna configurations and test methodologies.
Time Signal Analyzers
Presented by Tektronix RF Test Applications product manager Matt Maxwell
A signal analyzer extends the functionality of a spectrum analyzer by measuring modulation properties, time domain
Presented by U.S. Air Force (c.1969)
A high level presentation on waveguide systems.
Tutorial #1: Demonstrating Radar Principles Using a Vector Network Analyzer
Presented by Rohde & Schwarz
This is the first of a 4-part series on radar measurements.
Anritsu Webinar: PIM Testing DAS
Analysis of the Patch Antenna
Capacitors: Chip Antenna Presentation
Radar Tutorial #1: Radar Principles Using a Vector Network Analyzer
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