The symposium tracks cover these A/D segments:
* general microwave measurement;
* software defined radio;
* military communications/SDR;
* satellite; and
* antenna test.
Agilent's global 2010 Aerospace and Defense Symposium Tour will provide test system developers and system designers in the A/D industry with the knowledge they need to focus on their most important test challenges. As system technology becomes more complex, assuring readiness gets tougher. The symposium is the ideal forum for developers and designers in the A/D industry to learn more about the latest test tips, tools and solutions.
We want to deliver the valuable and necessary information to A/D system designers that gives them the tools and test skill they need to get their job done effectively and quickly, said Ron Nersesian, president and general manager, Agilent's Electronic Measurement Group. Through our expertise in measurement science and test processes, we want to free up their time in test so they can address the critical issues in their job.
The global 2010 Aerospace and Defense Symposium Tour runs through June 2010. The symposium will feature the expertise of several Agilent partners: ETS-Lindgren, Orbit International Corp., AAI and The MathWorks. For dates and locations, visit www.agilent.com/find/ADSymposium.