Fundamentals of Spectrum Analysis
Examining the frequency of signals is one of the most common ways to measure average noise level, dynamic range and frequency range. To do this, one must utilize a spectrum analyzer — a versatile and widely used instrument that allows the user to measure signals in the frequency and time domain.
Mobile communication among a variety of devices has become increasingly prevalent. With that, so does the use of spectrum analyzers to perform measurements of functionality requirements.
This eBook from Rohde & Schwarz provides information on spectrum analysis, including the complex measurement instruments and theoretical background. This resource also provides key information on avoiding measurement errors and insight into typical applications such as phase noise and channel power measurements.