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Benefits Of Time-Synchronized Dual-Channel Spectrum Recording By X-COM Systems
Some applications involving network management or radar cross section recording/analysis in aircrafts require the ability to record two channels of spectrum synchronized in time. This scan can span from seconds to minutes, and in some cases, even longer. This article explains how spectrum analysis tools can be used to simultaneously view the channels for visual correlation and comparison, while also marking, comparing, and analyzing events of interest in time and frequency.
The TREND project looks at the electromagnetic (EM) emission conditions that affect the signaling and communication systems of trains. This free webinar will explore the project’s results with a focus on the EM simulation of interferences received by Balise Transmission Module (BTM) antennas. Join CST on Thursday, December 5, at 11:00 a.m., ET.
BoCen Microwave provides an extensive selection of coaxial isolators and circulators covering from 20 MHz up to 26 GHz. Custom designs with optimized performance and packages for specific frequencies are quickly available.
The radiation pattern response of a 5.9 GHz inter-vehicular communication mounted on an automobile is disrupted by other nearby vehicles. In this video, software is used to study the effects of a nearby delivery van, whose presence imposes multipath, blockage, and diffraction effects on the installed antenna pattern.