Faster Analysis of Complex RF Signals (Using Power Sensors)
June 23, 2016
8am PT/ 11am ET
Today’s rapidly evolving communications standards provide challenges for the Test and Measurement industry. Modern Wi-Fi and LTE signals, as well as the new 5G mobile communications technology, must comply with specifications determined by international standards organizations. The Boonton family of wideband USB Power Sensors can make fast and accurate time and statistical domain power measurements of these types of complex modulated RF signals. Advanced technologies such as Real Time Power Processing™ and Data Buffer Mode combine in order to ensure that no critical information is missed, and that highly accurate results are obtained. The advanced performance of Boonton’s sensors ensures that they function as much more than just simple power measurement tools. This webinar explains how Boonton’s sensors are able to carry out in-depth analysis of these signals, and how they can also be used to analyze and monitor many other types of complex RF signals.
Stephen Shaw started out in the RF and microwave industry almost 30 years ago, working in the field of parametric amplifiers. He gained an HND in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Trent Polytechnic in the UK, and since then has had various roles in the field of test and measurement. He has worked as an Applications Engineer for Boonton for almost 10 years.