Cost-Effective Distributed Signal Analysis: How the Evolution of Spectrum Analyzers Have Changed the Game
June 12, 2019
8am PT / 11am ET
In only a few short years, monitoring the wireless spectrum went from relatively simple and centralized to highly complex and distributed. As a result, the equipment we use to monitor the spectrum needs to change.
Advances in software-define radio (SDR) technologies, computing and networking have led to a new class of software-defined spectrum analyzers which have been designed and built for complex monitoring applications. These compact, PC-driven, and remotely deployable analyzers allow users to monitor waveforms in more locations.
Join Dr. Raymond Shen, Solutions Manager of Keysight Technologies, and Dr. Jasvinder Obhi, VP Product Management and Marketing of ThinkRF, on June 12 at 11am EDT to gain insights on:
- How software-defined radio can overcome the challenges of hardware-based solutions
- How multi-vendor platforms make consistent measurements across signals, deployments and applications possible
- Real-world examples showing how these new capabilities can better monitor signals of interest
But at the same time, you need to make consistent measurements across signals, deployments and applications which is not always possible with proprietary solutions. That’s why multi-vendor connectivity is crucial to open, flexible and cost-effective signal analysis.