Date and Time:
Thursday, October 8, 2015 1:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Registration is required.
Why this webcast is important:
Broadband Impedance Matching Networks are always difficult and time consuming to design. This webcast discusses how to deal with matching frequency-dependent complex source or load impedances to unstable, non-unilateral devices as well as designing non-50 ohm inter-stage matching between devices. Unlike traditional discussion on impedance matching using smith charts and complex math, you’ll learn practical methods of quickly synthesizing and realizing lumped or distributed matching networks for difficult broadband applications.
Who Should View:
RF, Microwave and Analog Circuit and System Designers
How-Siang Yap, Genesys Product Planner
How-Siang Yap is the EEsof Genesys Product Manager and Planner with Keysight Technologies. His experience with RF-microwave simulation tools includes being an end-user for microwave component and antenna designs; a technical consultant for RF/microwave simulation; worldwide RFIC foundry program manager; Asia Pacific sales manager, and EDA product management, marketing and planning. He graduated from the University of NSW, Australia with first class honors and from the Helsinki School of Economics, Finland with an executive diploma in international technology management.
About Keysight Technologies
Keysight Technologies Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) is the world's leading electronic measurement company, transforming today's measurement experience through innovations in wireless, modular, and software solutions. With its HP and Agilent legacy, Keysight delivers solutions in wireless communications, aerospace and defense and semiconductor markets with world-class platforms, software and consistent measurement science. The company's over 9,500 employees serve customers in more than 100 countries.
What We Do - Corporate Profile Slides Keysight's singular focus on measurement helps scientists, researchers and engineers address their toughest challenges with precision and confidence. With the help of our products and services, they are better able to deliver the breakthroughs that make a measurable difference.
Keysight Technologies' legacy includes the original Hewlett-Packard business founded in 1939 by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, which spun off with Agilent Technologies in 1999. On Sept. 19, 2013, Agilent announced plans to separate into two publicly traded companies through a tax-free spinoff of its electronic measurement business. The new company, Keysight Technologies, began trading on the NYSE under the symbol KEYS on November 3,2014.
Posted September 15, 2015