Spectrum Analyzer Fundamentals: Part II
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This on-demand webinar expands on the spectrum analyzer fundamentals presented in Part 1 by explaining more specific concepts relevant to spectrum analyzers, such as common analyzer measurements. Phase noise, dynamic range, and other frequently misunderstood specifications are explained, in addition to typical analyzer features such as triggering, sensitivity and noise.
Watch to learn enough about the basic operation of spectrum analyzers to make consistent high-quality measurements.
Bill Kardine, Application Engineer, Rohde & Schwarz
Bill Kardine specializes in general purpose test equipment and is an Application Engineer in a technologically diverse area outside of Washington, D.C. Bill is an expert in integrating test equipment in to wireless, defense and government applications. Bill has been with Rohde & Schwarz for 2 years, and prior to that he spent 4 years in the Aerospace and Defense community testing high power radar systems. In addition, Bill has a B.E. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in Physics from the University of Delaware along with a Masters in Electromagnetics from UCLA.