May 19 Keysight Webinar: EM Circuit Co-Simulation and Analysis

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As applications like 5G New Radio and automotive radars move toward mmWave frequencies, iterative EM circuit co-simulation is crucial for successful RF component designs. Discover the possibilities when using the latest EM circuit co-simulation technology for RFIC, modules, wafer-level-packaging, and RF PCBs.

This one-hour virtual seminar on May 19 will teach attendees how to automate the setup of EM circuits analysis of multi-technology components without layout modification or cookie cutting. EM results are seamlessly connected back to the circuit for spontaneous EM circuit co-simulation without the tedious and error-prone processing of separate EM analysis. You will also learn how to assemble and analyze multi-technology components to achieve design wins in this competitive market. 

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

10:00 am PT / 1 pm ET

Presenters are Jack Sifri, MMIC/Module Flow Specialist, and How-Siang Yap, product manager of RF Circuit Synthesis EDA Tools, both with Keysight Technologies.

For more information or to register, click here.





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