10.11.2023 Fundamentals of Optical Wavelength Measurement

Webinar: Fundamentals of Optical Wavelength Measurement

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 60 minutes

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Mastering the fundamentals of optical wavelength measurements and having a solid understanding of measurement principals for optical sources and devices is key to measuring with confidence.  This webinar provides a thorough review of these foundational elements and concepts as well as:

  • Fiber identification and recommendations for routine care
  • Measurement techniques for different optical measurement devices
  • Example wavelength-specific applications for visible light to 3000 nm such as telecommunications, biomedical, and atmospheric gas sensing
  • Important considerations for selecting an optical spectrum analyzer


Danielle Awon
Application Engineer, Yokogawa Test&Measurement

Danielle Awon is an Applications Engineer with Yokogawa Test&Measurement, where she assists optical customers with application and instrument support.  She is a graduate of The University of Georgia, where she earned her Master of Science in Engineering degree, with emphasis in Electrical Engineering.

10.19.2023 Fast Military 5G: Getting The Right Information To Those Who Need It

Fast Military 5G: Getting The Right Information To Those Who Need It

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 11:00 AM PT
Duration: 1 Hour

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Emerging fifth-generation wireless communications — better-known as 5G — will be far more than quick-connect phone calls and fast movie downloads, particularly for the U.S. military. 5G, in fact, could make reality of what military leaders as far back as the 1980s referred to as the “infosphere,” where access to data from video, voice, sensors, targeting, reconnaissance, and even the sights on infantry weapons are easy and instantaneous for anyone who needs it. 5G holds the promise of ubiquitous high-speed data connectivity; vastly improved intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); fast and secure command and control; more efficient logistics; swarming unmanned vehicles; and wide use of virtual reality and augmented reality for simulation, training, and mission rehearsal. The promise of 5G is for instant situational awareness anywhere on Earth, smart hypersonic weapons with re-targeting on-the-fly, rich access to mission-critical data on the leading edge of the battlefield, and unmanned aircraft that can fly safely alongside passenger aircraft in commercial airspace.

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