Modeling Uncertainty In Urban Propagation Using Monte Carlo Theory By Remcom
Monte Carlo provides an opportunity to handle uncertainty in a scenario by randomly sampling input parameters to obtain results for each unique situation and providing a bound for best and worst case scenarios. One type of Monte Carlo parameter is the Monte Carlo material, which allows the calculation engine to vary its parameters without re-running the scenario. This application note demonstrates how to utilize Monte Carlo materials within REMCOM’s Wireless InSite to vary material properties quickly and efficiently.
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Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer And RF Recorder Signal Hound’s BB60A is a real-time spectrum analyzer and RF recorder with a 9 kHz to 6 GHz frequency range and 20 MHz of real-time bandwidth. It’s particularly well-suited for spectrum monitoring and RF recording applications.
Phase Noise Test Systems Berkeley Nucleonics offers two different models of phase noise test systems with variations in frequency range coverage, both of which are ideal for crystal oscillator manufacturers because of their use of external source features.
24-Port Vector Network Analyzer The R&S ZNBT8 is a 24-port vector network analyzer for developing and producing active and passive multiport components like GPS, WLAN, and Bluetooth front end modules for multiband mobile phones.
Antenna Kits A.H. Systems offers nine models of portable antenna kits. Each kit provides all the reliable antennas, current probes, and accessories needed to satisfy a wide array of customer requirements.
The VGLA20RPDC GPS variable gain line amplifier is a one-input, one-output device featuring a variable gain block with 25 dB of dynamic range. The frequency response covers the GPS L1 and L2 bands with excellent flatness throughout most of the attenuation range.
This TCXO features a small, rugged 5 mm by 7 mm by 2 mm package, allowing it to perform under harsh conditions. Its design makes it ideal for use as a reference oscillator for critical timing applications.
There are many unique features specific to Berkeley Nucleonics’ microwave signal sources and phase noise test systems that give them an edge over their competition. At IMS 2014, Alex Palm talked about some of those differentiating features.
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