Join us and Keysight Technologies for the upcoming Advanced Measurement Seminar 2017


Why this seminar is important: Today's engineers working in communications, consumer electronics and aerospace-defense are faced with increasingly complex measurement challenges and rapidly changing technology. This full day complimentary seminar (lunch included) will discuss the latest and most advanced methods for characterizing complex active devices/components up to 125 GHz. We will also discuss the newest techniques for 5G over-the-air (OTA) testing, differential device, I/Q modulator, and noise figure characterization.


What to expect: This full day seminar will include a series of lectures, interactive discussions, and product demonstrations. Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.


Who should attend: RF and Microwave design engineers, test engineers and lab technologists/technicians.


Cost: Free



Wednesday, September 13
Holiday Inn & Suites Ottawa Kanata
101 Kanata Avenue
Kanata, ON K2T1E6

Thursday, September 21

Element Vancouver Metrotown
5988 Willingdon Ave
Burnaby, BC V5H 2A7




Joel Dunsmore, R&D Engineer, Keysight Technologies

Since graduating from Oregon State University with an MSEE (1983), Joel Dunsmore has worked for Keysight Technologies (formerly Agilent and Hewlett-Packard) at the Santa Rosa Site. He received his Ph.D. from Leeds University in 2004. He is a Keysight R&D Fellow focused on component test. He was a principle contributor to the HP 8753 and PNA family of network analyzers, responsible for RF and Microwave circuit designs in these products. Recently, he has worked in the area of non-linear test including differential devices, and mixer measurements, as well as modulated and spectrum measurements. He has received 26 patents related to this work, and authored the “Handbook of Microwave Component Measurements”. He co-taught an RF course at the University of California, Berkeley, and presented several short courses and seminars through ARFTG, MTT and Keysight


Mirin Lew, Solution Planner, Keysight Technologies

Mirin Lew is a Solution Planner for the Communications Solutions Group of Keysight Technologies, focusing on solution and strategic planning and marketing for 5G applications and 802.11ax wireless LAN. Mirin joined Hewlett-Packard in 1987, and through the company’s transition to Agilent Technologies and then to Keysight Technologies, Mirin held a variety of marketing, planning, and applications support roles related to signal generator, signal analyzer, and network analyzer products. Her previous applications experience includes base station testing, signal generation and analysis for 802.11n/ac WLAN, GPS and Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), and WiMAX, as well as MIMO testing and fading channel emulation. Mirin earned a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of California at Davis and an M.S. in electrical engineering from Stanford University. 


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