Article | October 25, 2022

What Is Phase Noise & How Is It Optimally Measured?

Phase noise is a measurement in the frequency domain. It is used to quantify the frequency stability of an RF signal. If left unchecked, phase noise can degrade signal integrity, cause interference with nearby channels, and increase bit errors along a communications signal path.

In this post, learn about the basics of phase noise and a high-performance phase noise measurement solution to 50 GHz.

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