Technologies like terabit optical data communications, next generation digital bus standards, high speed I/O and new wireless standards are demanding higher bandwidth and more accurate measurements in multi-channel test systems.
Keysight Technologies' corporate headquarters in Santa Rosa, California has resumed operations after being temporarily closed due to the wildfires in Northern California. All four main buildings at the site are intact, and the majority of production facilities are back in operation, according to the company. Keysight affirmed the fourth quarter 2017 financial guidance provided in its third quarter earnings release on August 30, 2017.
Modern wireless communications systems are based on an ever-expanding array of standards and boast new and sophisticated functionality. This serves to complicate an already challenging design and test process. Keysight Technologies’ Advanced Design System (ADS) software has been used by RF and microwave designers to solve the most demanding problems.
Keysight is offering a free seminar to help high-speed digital design engineers, SI and PI engineers, and design team managers, learn the skills they need to overcome signal integrity (SI) and power integrity (PI) challenges.
Keysight Technologies is offering a free workshop specifically designed for signal and power integrity engineers trying to accurately model their printed circuit boards (PCBs)—a task that is now more challenging given today’s ever increasing data rates. During the hands-on workshop, titled “Keysight EEsof EDA Simulation Tools for Signal Integrity and Power Integrity,” attendees will learn about new tools in ADS 2016 that can improve PCB simulation accuracy; in particular, the pure electromagnetic-simulation-based SIPro (Signal Integrity Professional) and PIPro (Power Integrity Professional). SIPro and PIPro provide a cohesive workflow within ADS for signal integrity and power integrity applications in high-speed digital board design.