Keysight Technologies announced an all-new Insight Seminar Series to help engineers hone their test and measurement skills. The series includes two free seminars, one focused on advanced measurement theory and techniques, the other on core benchtop-instrument measurements. Both seminars will help engineers overcome current and emerging test challenges and gain practical insights into using the latest test and measurement instruments.
The Advanced Measurements Seminar tour begins Feb. 2 and the Core Bench Lab Seminar begins Feb. 24. The seminar tours will make more than 70 stops in cities across the United States and Canada.
The Advanced Measurements Seminar offers engineers with the opportunity to explore advanced measurement theory and techniques. Attendees will have the opportunity to use high-performance Keysight oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, signal generators and network analyzers to solve tough test challenges. Working side-by-side with Keysight engineers, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of theory, techniques, tools and best practices that will help them do their jobs better.
The Core Bench Lab Seminar offers a full day of hands-on labs and workshops featuring Keysight benchtop instruments. Seminar attendees will learn best practices and develop new skills that help them quickly overcome design and test challenges using Keysight instruments and BenchVue software.
Engineers will be able to test-drive the latest Keysight electronic test and measurement tools, learn from Keysight engineers and get hands-on lab experience with:
· New InfiniiVision 3000T X-Series oscilloscopes
· Data acquisition units, digital multimeters and thermal imagers
· Precision benchtop instruments including the B2902A source/measure unit
· RF instruments including FieldFox handheld CAT/VNA/SA combination analyzers and USB power sensors
· BenchVue software for multi-instrument visibility and data capture
Seminar participants will receive a certificate of completion and have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a U1273A handheld multimeter and U1117A Bluetooth® adapter. Lunch will be provided.