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GENERATING RADAR / EW SIGNALS
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Generating RADAR / Electronic Warfare Signals

Speaker:
Robin Jackman, EMEA RF Business Development Manager


The evolution of RADAR / EW technology resulted in the application of wide band signaling in many main stream RADAR applications. From a research & design perspective simulating these types of signals is big challenge, how can we exercise our design if we can’t generate the correct type signals ?

In this webinar we will discuss why RADAR signals are particularly difficult to create and explore the compromises in signal generator technology that affect wide band performance.

In addition we will talk to the performance criteria for test instrumentation that will allow you to capture, analyze, and playback wide band emissions.

This webinar will be of interest for people who are working in the fields of RADAR / Electronic Warfare, Automotive and Spectrum Monitoring who are looking at signals with > 1 GHz of bandwidth.

ADVANCES IN QUANTUM COMPUTING AND SIGNAL SOURCES
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Challenges Facing Quantum Computing and Signal Sources

Speaker:
Dr Klaus Engenhardt, Chief Technology Officer, Tektronix EMEA


There is a huge rush to explore quantum phenomena and develop technologies based on quantum physics. These technologies range from quantum computing to new communications schemes and have the potential to revolutionize the world.

In developing these technologies there are common challenges facing researchers who are using signal sources to stimulate, measure and get feedback from their quantum experiments.

About the Webinar

During the webinar Dr Klaus Engenhardt will present a high level view of the mechanisms of how quantum experiments are triggered, discuss new signal source technologies that have recently been employed, and the challenges that come with scaling, signal conditioning and synchronization needed to make a quantum technologies a reality.