Keysight Webinar December 2016 Keysight Webinar December 2016



IoT - It's Everywhere!
Preparing Students for Tomorrow's
Design and Test Challenges

December 8, 2016 at 2:00pm EST

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The Internet of Things (IoT) – a massive network of devices and sensors wirelessly networked – is our future. It is estimated that the typical family home may have more than 500 smart devices by 2022.  The next generation of engineers will face extraordinary challenges as they solve problems relating to wireless module selection, protocol decisions, functionality in mixed signal environment, battery life requirements, regulatory certification and the interference of things.

This webcast will begin with a high level overview of the topics important in IoT device design including system design fundamentals, RF, power management and sensors connectivity.  It will then switch to a more detailed consideration around balancing features, functions, and protocols in power management design. It will also discuss what designers need to measure and what instruments to use, in order to gain insights and to optimize the IoT device battery life.

Join us as we cover:
  • Current and power measurement tools and techniques
  • Various instruments and applications available and how to make the appropriate tradeoffs
  • Tips and tricks to make the best current measurement connection
  • Additional considerations and ideas to help equip the next generation of engineers


 Speakers


Brad Jolly
Senior Application Engineer
Keysight Technologies

Brad Jolly has been with Keysight Technologies (previously Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies) for more than 20 years, including roles in software R&D, UI design, learning products, application engineering, product support, training, product marketing, and product management. He currently works as an applications engineer focusing on IoT power consumption challenges. Brad received his B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Michigan.



       Chris Kelly
Senior Application Engineer
Keysight Technologies


Chris Kelly
 is an Applications Engineer Expert/Scientist with Keysight Technologies in Loveland, Colorado. Chris has a long history within R&D/Product Development at HP-Agilent-Keysight dating back to 1983, developing many bench and card based instruments.  He holds 6 patents, and has been a frequent contributor of articles and videos over the years including recent videos focused on understanding IoT battery life.  Chris graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Mexico, and Master of Science in Computer Science from Colorado State University, with emphasis on Operating Systems and Computer Architecture.


 
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