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Optimizing EVM Measurements

About This Webinar

Wireless technologies increase signal bandwidth and use higher-order modulation schemes in order to achieve faster data rates. Millimeter-wave (mmWave) frequencies pose challenges related to link quality requirements because of wider bandwidths and higher-order modulation schemes. The engineers should pay extra attention when evaluating RF components and devices. An error vector magnitude (EVM) measurement provides powerful insight into the performance of digital communications transmitters and receivers. For any digital modulation format, EVM measurement is sensitive to any signal flaw that affects the magnitude and phase trajectory of a signal.

In this webinar, we explore the best practices for optimizing EVM measurements, and the different ways to characterize EVM.

Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Industry Expert, Keysight Technologies
Sam Kusano is an industry expert for Keysight Technologies’ Communications Solutions Group. He has more than 19 years of experience in measurement applications for RF test equipment, including vector network analyzers, signal generators, and signal analyzers. Sam started his career in R&D at Agilent Technologies in 2001 designing RF and microwave circuits. Since 2007, he has been a marketing engineer, application engineer, and industry expert in the wireless communications industry. Sam received a master’s degree in applied physics at Japan’s Kyushu University in 2001.
Webinar hosting presenter
Product Marketing Manager , Keysight Technologies
Across wireless industries, Paris Akhshi is responsible for communicating the day-to-day and long-term impact that Keysight's signal analyzers have in the lives of RF development and design engineers. From behind-the-scenes management ensuring effective product launches, to connecting more personally through presentations and 1:1 conversations, she enjoys teaming up with engineers to overcome their test and measurement challenges, as they work to deliver future innovations.

Paris holds a PhD in analytics and instrumentation from Queen’s University in Canada and brings more than 10 years of experience and passion in product and marketing management.