Advancement of Spectrum Analysis Techniques for Tracking, Identifying, and Locating Interfering Signals
11/11/2020 , ON DEMAND , 1 hour
We’re surrounded by radio signals that we depend on for our day-to-day lives and, in some cases, for our very safety. For the most part, the spectrum is well managed and maintained by respective transmitters, but there will always be sources of interference lurking, ready to disrupt normal communications. Sometimes the sources are inadvertent, and other times they’re nefarious. Regardless, it takes the right training and – just as important – the right tools to track down interference and snuff it out.
This 60 minute Webinar discusses a wide variety of interferers and the need for state-of-the-art tools to help track, identify, and locate their sources. It’s appropriate for engineers and technicians with responsibility for maintaining the fidelity of over-the-air radio transmissions, in any frequency range.
Topics covered include:
- The importance of spectrum fidelity
- Common sources of interference and how to identify them
- Methods for tracking, identifying, and locating interference
- Information on tools available for hunting interference
Who should attend:
This webinar is ideal for any engineer or technician with responsibility for maintaining the fidelity of over-the-air radio transmissions, in any frequency range.
Russel Lindsay is a Product Manager at Anritsu Company, focusing on handheld test and measurement equipment. Russ has worked in the test and measurement industry for the last 8 years, prior to which he spent time in various engineering roles in aerospace and defense from system engineering and test to R&D design. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah and a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University.