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Keysight University Live - Calendar of Events

2021-02-04  |  5 min read 

Keysight University Live is happening now! Wondering what it’s all about?

This online event for engineers features tips, tricks, and prizes that will make you an engineering legend. Enter now for a free early entry and tune in March 15 for daily chances to learn and win test gear.
[Update: The event is now over, but you can still learn along with the tens of thousands of engineers that atteneded by clicking the sign-up links below!]

Learn tips & tricks, hear from industry experts, and get a sneak peek at never-before-seen test gear. You could also win more than $300,000 in oscilloscopes, RF, and bench equipment – you don’t want to miss this!

Tune into the Keysight University Live homepage and the Keysight Labs YouTube channel for the day 1 livestream to get started now.

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Schedule of Events

Here's an overview of what's happening win. For a breakdown of the >100 prizes, click here.

 

March 15: A Benchtop Bonanza
Score your bench setup and see what you might be missing in the “Perfect Electronics Bench” video. Also, see the new Smart Bench Essentials gear and access an interview with the R&D project lead.

 

March 16: FieldFox Frenzy
We test out an urban legend about boosting wireless car key signals with your face in the "Range Boosting a Wireless Car Key" video. Plus, take a look at some unconventional RF measurements with Sarah Gross, FieldFox product marketer and RF test expert.

 

March 17: Oscilloscopes Tips
Beginners get to learn how to use an oscilloscope, and experts get to pick up some new tips in this day's oscilloscope tutorial. And, see an interview with Keysight CTO Jay Alexander about the changing world of test & measurement.

 

March 18: 5G is the Future
Get a look under the hood of some amazing 5G engineering technologies, and dive deeper into 5G as we sit down with Kailash Narayanan, President of Keysight's Wireless Communication Group.

 

March 19: Testing a cheap DC-DC Converter and Quantum Computing
We put a cheap Amazon DC-DC converter throught its paces with a power supply and an electronic load. Plus, learn about quantum computing and the state of quantum from Liz Ruetsch, VP and GM of Keysight's Quantum Electronics group.

 

March 23: RC Cars and RF Simulations
Watch as we hack an RC car and attempt to drive it through an obstacle course. Listen in as Matt Ozalas discusses why RF simulation tools are an absolute necessity for today's cutting-edge technologies.

 

March 30: The new Electro Turbo Encabulator and OpenTAP
One is real, one is...something else. Tune in to get more info about open source test automation platform OpenTAP from Jeff Dralla and see the new Electro Turbo Encabulator - announced suspiciously close to April 1st.

 

April 6: Art PCBs and Remote R&D
Learn how to make a custom art circuit board using open source CAD tools. Also, get career-changing tips from Chris Cain as he discusses the challenges of working with and leading remote R&D teams.

 

April 13: Paperclip Antennas, Smith Charts and VNAs
See the RF performance of a paperclip and sit down with VNA designer Joel Dunsmore to chat about whether the VNA could be "the one RF tool to rule them all."

 

April 20: Strange Multimeter Tips and Network Visibility
If you’re in a pinch, these DMM tips might save the day. Plus, learn how to ensure that your systems are operating the way you expect as Jason Lackey breaks down the importance of network visibility in a modern network.

 

April 27: A Prototype Testing lab and 5G O-RAN
Take a peek inside the lab that tries to break $1,000,000 prototypes! Also, Giampaolo Tardioli explores how 5G is a fundamental shift not just at the radio heads, but all the way up through the stack.

 

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