Signal Analysis Measurement Fundamentals

Signal Analysis Measurement Fundamentals

Signal Analysis Measurement Fundamentals
Optimize Noise Floor, Resolution Bandwidth, and More

For an RF engineer, a spectrum analyzer or signal analyzer is an essential and fundamental measurement
tool, used in all phases of the product life cycle. Key characteristics such as performance, accuracy and
speed help R&D engineers enhance their designs and help manufacturing engineers improve test efficiency
and product quality. This note offers a variety of techniques that will help you master signal analysis in your
application. Our focus is on helping you optimize attributes such as measurement noise floor, resolution
bandwidth, dynamic range, sensitivity, and more, while maintaining speed and productivity. This Keysight application Note will help you to:

  • Improve Measurement Accuracy in Each Test Setup
  • Balance the Tradeoffs when Setting Resolution Bandwidth
  • Increase Sensitivity When Measuring Low-Level Signals
  • Optimize Dynamic Range when Measuring Distortion
  • Accurately Isolate and Measure Bursts and Transients
  • Enhance Speed, Accuracy, Reliability with Measurement Applications
  • Identify Internal Distortion Products
  • Find and Measure Elusive Signals using Real-Time Analysis

Signal Analysis Measurement Fundamentals – Application Note

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