Training Program on New Measurement Technologies and Simulation Techniques in Electronics

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IEEE Electron Device Society-Delhi Chapter
Department of Electronic Science, University of Delhi South Campus     

Jointly Organizes
Training Program on New Measurement Technologies and Simulation Techniques in Electronics
October 17-18, 2022


PathWave ADS offers integrated design guidance via templates to help you get started faster. Extensive component libraries make it easy to find the part you want. Automatic sync with layout allows you to visualize the physical layout while making schematic designs. 
•    Achieve design success with a complete desktop flow.
•    Easily integrate with PathWave electromagnetic simulators.
•    Share and manage workspaces across teams.
•    Model nonlinear designs with X-parameters*.
•    Incorporate leading foundry and industry designs.
•    Increase yield with optimization cockpit and data display.

Semiconductor Device Parameter Analyzer - The Keysight B1500A semiconductor parameter analyzer is an all-in-one device characterization analyzer supporting IV, CV, pulse/dynamic IV and more. The mainframe and plug-in modules enable the characterization of most electronic devices, as well as materials, semiconductors, and active/passive components. It provides a wide range of measurement capabilities to cover the electrical characterization and evaluation of devices, materials, semiconductors, active/passive components, or virtually any other type of electronic device with uncompromised measurement reliability and efficiency.

Keysight vector network analyzers are used to characterize and test active components, such as amplifiers, mixers, and frequency converters. They can easily measure commonly specified amplifier parameters such as gain, gain and phase compression, isolation, return loss, and group delay. Analysis of harmonic distortion helps to understand an amplifier’s nonlinear behavior and requires the receiver to be tuned at a different frequency from the source. Frequency-translating devices, such as mixers and frequency converters present unique measurement challenges because their input and output frequencies are different. Network analyzers used for testing these devices need to have a frequency-offset mode (FOM) to detect output frequencies different from the input.


  Date and Time




  • Start time: 17 Oct 2022 10:26 AM
  • End time: 18 Oct 2022 10:26 AM
  • All times are (UTC+05:30) Chennai
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  • Department of Electronic Science
  • Benito Juarez Marg, South Campus, South Moti Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi
  • New Delhi, Delhi
  • India 110021
  • Building: University of Delhi South Campus
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  • Co-sponsored by Department of Electronic Science University of Delhi South Campus, New Delhi, India


October 17, 2022

  • Morning session: Demonstration of Test bench of Keysight with the virtual/remote access facility
  • Afternoon Session: ADS-Keysight trainingprogram along with RF & Microwave Fundamentals

October 18, 2022

  • Morning session : Parametric analyser (DC IV, PULSE IV, Transient and CV Measurement)
  • Afternoon Session : Vector network analyser (Using VNAs for S-parameter Measurements, load-pull measurement, noise measurement)