Agilent Technologies has introduced a training program on RF communications, infrastructure, installation and maintenance.
Consisting of three courses, the training program is designed to give users of handheld RF analyzers the knowledge they need to get the most from their equipment.
The program targets RF technicians, engineers and contractors who install and maintain RF communications infrastructure equipment.
Attendees will receive training on Agilent's N9330B cable and antenna tester, N9340B spectrum analyzer and N9912A FieldFox RF analyzer.
"Customers want to make sure they are getting the most out of their Agilent RF field test equipment," said David Aplin, Manager of Agilent's Technical Resource Organization.
"The training program allows us to share our expert knowledge and the latest trouble-shooting techniques to ensure customers can get their jobs done as accurately and efficiently as possible."
The three courses are:
- ‘Line Sweep, Antenna Test Training’, a two-day course that covers RF fundamentals, antenna and transmission-line basics and troubleshooting
- ‘RF Interference Analysis Training’, a two-day course that focuses on interference testing and troubleshooting
- ‘Line Sweep, Antenna Test and RF Interference Analysis Training’, a three-day course that combines line sweeping, antenna test and interference analysis
Participants will receive an Agilent certificate of completion with each course, based upon their written and practical examination scores.
Dates, locations and registration information can be found on the Agilent website