Finding interference, making the measurement and interpreting the results, are key to successful RF interference hunting. Finding offending signals takes time, patience, and knowledge. It is important to use the right measurement tools to get fast and accurate results. And in many cases, identifying and resolving an interference problem, can have both a technical and… Read more »
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The Art of Interference Hunting – Tips and Tricks There are good radio signals, and there are bad radio signals, often called interference. How do you know? There are many ways to find radio interference such as Intermodulation, multipathing, PIM and radio noise, to name a few. This webinar will look at the science, and… Read more »
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Would you like to learn more about OTA measurement repeatability? And how to combine OTA and temperature measurements? The video discusses various solutions for over-the-air (OTA) testing for 5G NR devices and base stations based on test solutions from Rohde & Schwarz.
Over-the-air (OTA) testing for 5G NR devices usually results in high measurement distances – particularly for mmWave frequencies and massive MIMO devices. The video discusses various solutions to significantly reduce the measurement distances in order to achieve a compact test setup for mobile device and base station OTA testing. Learn more about software- and hardware-based… Read more »
This video answers common questions that arise with 5G over the air testing. Where does the far-field start? Is the Fraunhofer distance “the” far-field distance? Do I need to know the antenna location inside the device under test? How can I measure under far-field conditions at near-field distances and remarkably reduce the test setup size?
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The tools and techniques used in interference hunting have remained largely the same across previous generations of cellular technologies. Differences in modulation, bandwidth, and frequency bands for 5G networks will however require substantial changes in how interference is detected, located, and resolved in 5G networks. This webinar will provide a short overview of pre-5G interference… Read more »
A high peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) is not beneficial as it challenges the non-linear power amplifier operation close to compression for maximum efficiency. A possible way out is to apply crest factor reduction (CFR) techniques such as to clip high signal peaks. This video demonstrates a simple method to clip (any) waveform, including the Verizon… Read more »