RF Test: Over the Air Fundamentals with Rohde & Schwarz

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RF Test: Over the Air Fundamentals with Rohde & Schwarz

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New technologies in wireless communications, automotive, and aerospace & defense call for higher frequencies and larger bandwidths. IoT and wearable devices for e-health have to minimize power consumption to extend battery lifetime. Components need to address the challenging requirements of mobility, connectivity, highest data rates, robustness, and power efficiency. Engineers face complex challenges when designing, developing, and testing new components. When building modules and complex systems, engineers need to select the best solution for their specific environment and make sure it performs.

Today, given the increasing integration of chipsets and antennas as well as usage of higher frequencies, the lines between testing chipsets, RF testing, and antenna characterization have become blurred. Therefore, Over-The-Air (OTA) testing is becoming more important for a broader audience. The step from conducted measurements to OTA testing changes the measurement requirements to a certain degree. New user groups are thus required to have a basic understanding of antennas and antenna measurements.

This webinar will provide an introduction to antennas in general, their parameters, and different types, as well as antenna characterization and testing. Included at the end of the presentation is a Q&A session with Rohde & Schwarz’s Rich Markley!

About the Presenter

Martin Lim

Martin Lim, National Applications Engineer, Rohde & Schwarz

Martin Lim is a national application engineer with Rohde & Schwarz. He brings with him 22 years of semiconductor, wireless, and RF test experience. Currently focused on mmWave 5GNR physical layer testing. Past projects include 5GNR mmWave test system development; Envelope tracking; Amplifier (FEMiD) test; 802.11AC MIMO; Test Automation Speed & Radiated 5GNR. Prior to joining R&S, he served as RF Characterization Manager at Nokia Mobile Phones. Martin was responsible for cellular Tx/Rx, GPS, and 802.11 test systems development. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic, Pomona.


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