TEST AND MEASUREMENT APPLICATION NOTES AND WHITE PAPERS
Field Analyzers In EMC Radiated Immunity Testing
In radiated immunity testing, it is common practice to utilize a radio frequency (RF) field probe to measure the electric field at the location of the unit under test (UUT). Most RF field probes are designed to measure the root mean square (RMS) of a continuous wave (CW) electric field over a broad range of frequencies and amplitudes.
Differential Measurements with Spectrum Analyzers and Probes
RF circuit designs typically require measurements at many stages in a signal path. As components continue to decrease in size, and with board space at a premium, it has become even more challenging to integrate adequate test connection for RF instruments.
Accurately Characterize Loss and Reflection of Long, Embedded Coaxial Transmission Systems
This application covers an introduction to typical problems that occur when coaxial transmission systems are permanently installed in an enclosed environment, the benefits of swept frequency measurements over single or multiple CS frequency point measurements (along with a detailed list of what is needed to perform said measurements), step-by-step instruction of the procedure, and more
True Differential Measurements- Characterization of Balanced Devices
Differential devices offer advantages like noise immunity, low crosstalk, high integration density, and reduced power consumption. However, they also require special measurement capabilities. There are essentially two different measurement methods available: virtual measurements, and true differential measurements.
Application Note: Measuring Video Feedthrough in Pulsed Signals Video feedthrough is a very misunderstood term, which is used in the specification of pulse performance for microwave synthesizers.