01.28.2021 – NH Research – Get Your Battery Test Project Back on Track in 2021

01.28.2021 - NH Research - Get Your Battery Test Back on Track in 2021

NHR Webinar – Get Your Battery Test Project Back on Track in 2021

January 28th at 11am PT / 2pm ET

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Are your battery test projects on schedule? Covid-19 has resulted in numerous project delays worldwide, due to workplace shutdowns, delayed funding and talent acquisition challenges. These are the 3 most common reasons we’ve seen for project delays due to the pandemic. In this webinar, NH Research (NHR) will help you get your project back on track in the New Year.

Product Development Schedule Challenges:

  • Hardware acquisition put on hold, but development schedules remain the same
  • Difficult talent acquisition for battery expertise and experienced software developers
  • Workplace shutdowns preventing lab access and new work from home trends

This presentation we’ll cover how to overcome the above challenges with proven, next generation battery test solutions. Simplifying and accelerating the battery test process can help you focus on innovation and get to market faster. NHR serves as your partner in test by offering hardware, software, and the engineering support needed to complete critical projects effectively and on time.

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If you are unable to participate, please register and you’ll receive the recording.

01.21.2021 Teledyne LeCroy Learning Lab – How to Test AC-DC Power Supplies

01.21.2021 Teledyne LeCroy Learning Lab - How to Test AC-DC Power Supplies

How to Test Switched-mode Power Supplies

Date: Thu, January 21, 2021
Time: 11AM Pacific | 2PM Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes

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Join Teledyne LeCroy for this Learning Lab that guides you through the testing and circuit design analysis of AC/DC, DC/DC, and DC/AC switched-mode power supplies. We will develop your knowledge and testing skills in order to get the most from your oscilloscope and probes.

Topics to be included:

    • Input power measurements
      • Power quality including apparent power, real power, and power factor
      • Line current harmonics
    • Control loop modulation analysis
    • Output power measurements
      • DC power rail integrity analysis, ripple, noise, and droop analysis
      • AC power analysis
  • Best practices for using voltage and current probes


Re-work recommended before attending the Learning Lab webinar

It is recommended that you download and register (at no cost) MAUI Studio prior to the start of the Learning Lab, and download LabNotebook (waveform plus setup files) .lnb files (they will be combined into one .zip file that will need extracting).

MAUI Studio
>> https://teledynelecroy.com/mauistudio/

Zip file with .lnb files
>> File will be available before webinar starts

These files will allow you to load the various waveform examples shown during the Learning Lab and participate in making critical power circuit design measurements.

Who should attend? This webinar is targeted toward design engineers, evaluation engineers and engineering managers involved in switched-mode power supply circuit design and design verification.

What attendees will learn? How to get the most from your oscilloscope, probes and measurement tools for testing switched-mode power supplies.

Presenter: Stephen Murphy, Teledyne LeCroy Applications Engineer

Can't attend live? Register anyway, and we will send you the recording and slides afterward.

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Anritsu – Zeroing in on Active, Passive, and Opto-electronic Measurements

Anritsu - Zeroing in on Active, Passive, and Opto-electronic Measurements

Anritsu - Zeroing in on Active, Passive, and Opto-electronic Measurements

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Date:  Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Time:  11:00 AM EST

Duration: 1 Hour

When it comes to testing active, passive, or opto-electronic (O/E) devices, a vector network analyzer (VNA) is the most important Test and Measurement instrument required. With increasing application development in higher frequencies, the challenges in making them with the same accuracy and precision have become more difficult and even elusive at times.

This webinar will delve into important factors that need to be followed when making VNA measurements at higher frequencies and discuss techniques for O/E devices.

Who should attend:

  • Education and R&D
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Opto-electronic device characterization engineers/organization

What you will learn:
During this event, you will learn why performing VNA measurements of active, passive, and O/E devices becomes more difficult as you enter into higher frequency domains and emphasize advanced embedding and de-embedding techniques for measuring various networks.

Presented by - Navneet Kataria

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12.17.2020 Orolia to Present the European Perspective on Resilient PNT

Orolia to Present the European
Perspective on Resilient PNT





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Orolia will host its third PNT Coffee Talk series event in December to discuss the European perspective on protecting GNSS signals and Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) data. Panelists will provide updates on national and regional Resilient PNT initiatives designed to increase resiliency for GNSS-dependent systems.

Resilient PNT is a global priority, and the world’s leading economies are taking steps to better protect PNT data for defense and critical infrastructure.

This webinar will present an overview of key European initiatives, along with perspectives on focus areas from multi-national experts. These global perspectives will provide a broader view of the challenges, along with some promising solutions, that are being considered today.

This informal Orolia PNT Coffee Talk™ event will be held online and is open to those interested in learning more about the latest Resilient PNT developments from the industry and government perspectives. More information about Resilient PNT and GNSS jamming/spoofing is available in Orolia’s online resource center.

Please join us for this informative discussion:

What:            PNT Coffee Talk- Resilient PNT: The European Perspective
When:           December 17, 2020 at 10 am EST
Where:          Online  Register Here

12.10.2020 NHR Webinar Selecting a Battery Cycler or Building Your Own

NHR Webinar

Selecting a Battery Cycler or Building Your Own:

Top 10 Considerations

Thursday, December 10, 2020

11am PDT / 2pm EDT

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Presenter: Martin Weiss, Product Director at NH Research.

Selecting battery test equipment is not as obvious as it might seem. The wrong choice will lead to major integration challenges as well as setbacks including hidden development costs, delayed test start dates, increased complexity, project risks and reduced safety.

This presentation will cover the top 10 factors to consider when deciding to buy a battery cycler, or building your own battery test system with sources and loads, or bidirectional power supplies. In this webinar, we’ll explain key considerations for testing batteries to ensure safety, product performance, flexibility, and time to market.

Key topics include:

      • Fundamental differences between battery cyclers and build your own approaches
      • The hidden technical challenges in building your own test system
      • Future-proofing your test solutions
      • How to reduce time to market and improve engineering productivity

If you cannot attend the live event, please register and we will send you the recording. For any questions, please email jtran@nhresearch.com.

12.08.2020 FormFactor Low Frequency Noise Webinar








Dec. 8, 2020 (US/EU) | 9:00AM PST/6:00PM CET
Dec. 8/9, 2020 (US/Asia) | 5:00PM PST/9:00AM CST

We will present 5G & 6G test challenges and discuss:
• New tools and techniques to eliminate ground-loop induced TestCell noise
• How to reduce flicker noise for improvement in phase noise
• How a reduction in low frequency noise equates to an overall improvement in device reliability
• How a LFN characterization is being used as a predictor of a device’s performance and reliability
• How to increase LFN test throughput up to 4X with automation techniques
• Learn about new on-site location and system verification services that enable guaranteed performance

11.17.2020 – FormFactor Virtual Compass 2020



Save the Date – COMPASS 2020 is November 17th and 18th

COMPASS 2020 is scheduled for November 17th. The event will feature a three-hour program which will include keynote and technical presentations (each approximately 20-25 minutes), and a roundtable/breakout session for Q&A.

Each year FormFactor’s COMPASS users’ group conference brings together FormFactor customers from around the world to discuss the products and technologies shaping our future. At the event, industry leaders and speakers from corporations, leading-edge research institutions and FormFactor, share test insights on a wide variety of emerging applications, such as 5G, silicon photonics, trends in advanced packages, and millimeter-wave measurement and calibration.

COMPASS 2020 is scheduled for November 17th (in US/Europe time zones) and November 18th (in Asia time zones). The event will feature a three-hour program which will include keynote and technical presentations (each approximately 20-25 minutes), and a roundtable/breakout session for Q&A.

A sneak-peek at the upcoming COMPASS conference promises a great event with lots of great topics:

Keynote Speakers (Advanced Packaging)

    • Hamid Azimi – Intel: “Heterogeneous Integration – An Advanced Packaging View”
    • Mike Slessor – FormFactor: “Probe in the Spotlight – A Key Enabler for Advance Packaging, Chiplets, and Heterogeneous Integration”


    • “The Advancement of THz Test & Measurement Equipment for 5G, 6G and Beyond” (VDI)
    • Lightning Session 1 –“ Load-pull Probe Station for Characterization of 5G Devices and Circuits at Wafer-level”
    • Lightning Session 2 – “Next Generation, Fine Pitch HBM Cube Characterization to Production”
    • “ADR Cryostats and 4 K Cryogenic Probe Stations” (HPD)
    • “1/f Noise Challenges and Solutions” (Keysight)
    • Lightning Session 3: “Surface Metrology for Advanced Packaging Applications”
    • Lightning Session 4: “Production Testing of 5G and mmW Applications”
    • Moderated Q & A

For more information or to register for the online COMPASS conference, https://compass.formfactor.com/