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Live-Webinars

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

5G in a nutshell; Part 5 (following Q+A)

Content: If there were still some unanswered questions in parts 1-4, we can say that now we once again have a lot of new information and, above all, solutions. That’s why we’d like to bring you up to date with the latest situation in code-selective EMF measurements for 5G mobile radio systems.
Lecture language is English!

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Wednesday, September 7, 2022

EMF Basics (following Q+A)

Content: Near-field, far-field, where is the difference? When do I measure broadband and when selective? And when does a 6-minute average make sense? EMF basics, the right introduction or perfect refresher course. Where else but at Narda? With your FAQs at the end, so that nothing remains unanswered.

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Webinar at 9.00 a.m. CET /  5.00 p.m. CET

Deadline for registration is Wednesday, August 31, 2022

Next date to be announced

EMF Area Monitoring (following Q+A)

Content: Trust is good, monitoring is better. Narda has not only invented the permanent 24/7 monitoring of environmental pollution by electromagnetic fields, but is also the world leader in the technology of so-called area monitors. This live webinar will give an introduction to this technology and answers your current questions.
Lecture language is English!

Next date to be announced

Finding Interference in Mobile Cellular Networks with Narda SignalShark (following Q+A)

Content: Do you know…
... how SIMPLE and TIME-SAVING Interference FINDING is with Narda SignalShark?
... how sophisticated vehicle-based Radio Direction Finding can be?
... how SignalShark can forward its localization result to a navigation app which will guide you to the interferer?
Lecture language is English!