Comparison of Radio Direction-Finding Technologies

Direction finding (or radiolocation) is an essential part of interference hunting and spectrum management activities. This presentation provides a technical introduction to the area of radio direction finding and discusses the fundamental principles of direction finding in the most common DF methodologies, including manual direction finding, Doppler, time difference of arrival, Watson-Watt, and correlative interferometry.…

Interference Hunting for Quality of Experience

The rapid spread of wireless technologies has resulted in an increase in interference issues. In today’s highly competitive mobile market, timely and efficient resolution of these issues is critical for operators to deliver a high quality of experience. This presentation discusses the impact of interference on operators, common sources and types of interference, fundamentals of…

Webinar: Understanding Common Sources of Interference in LTE Networks

Although many types of interference are common to all radio access technologies, the combination of new frequency allocations and new modulation types have created unique interference challenges for LTE deployments in the United States. This webinar uses real-world examples to discuss the most common sources of interference found in LTE networks today (such as bidirectional…

R&S®DDF007 Locating radio transmitters

This application brochure describes how the R&S®DDF007 can be used as a fixed or mobile DF station, or as a portable manual direction finder for indoor applications, and can be reconfigured within minutes to meet the requirements of a given task. The R&S®DDF007 comes with a wide range of powerful software options and add-ons, making…