Agilent is holding a series of spectrum analyser workshops in major cities across Australia.
The free, half-day event focuses on the company’s newest range of analysers, the X-series family. The format of the event is hands-on, providing attendees with an opportunity to actually use the equipment, take live measurements and analyse the results.
The topics to be covered during the half-day workshop range from the basics (setting the frequency, span and amplitude for your signal) through to the more advanced (channel power, intermodulation measurements and modulation analysis). This course will help attendees develop techniques in searching, identifying and analysing RF and microwave signals.
The workshops will be held in Adelaide on 18 March, Brisbane on 23 March, Sydney on 25 March and Perth on 29 March. As there is a fixed ratio of attendees to equipment, places are limited. Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to register early.
For more information or to register, contact Tassia Gourtzis at email@example.com.
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