Make solid design choices with stimulus-response measurements

Supplied by Keysight Technologies Australia Pty Ltd on Thursday, 19 December, 2019


In today’s wireless systems, frequency spectrum is a finite resource. Complex digital modulation schemes improve spectral efficiency, but they also cause distortions. Characterising RF devices involves testing unwanted and nonlinear distortion that degrades the modulation quality and interferes with other receivers.

Learn about how common stimulus-response measurements can maximise your product. Examine three steps to characterise and troubleshoot your RF designs.


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