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This application note is designed to help you get insight into solving tough measurement problems in a unique way for both the design and manufacturing environments by explaining how to use simulated satellite signals to quickly and accurately verify GNSS receiver operation.
The successful proliferation of GNSS receivers worldwide requires today’s engineers to effectively test GNSS receivers with multi-GNSS signals. A real-time GNSS simulator like the N7609B, with its flexibility, functionality and performance is well suited to address this task. Combined with the power of an EXG/MXG X-Series signal generator, it provides the real-time simulation of GPS, GLONASS and Galileo L1/E1 signals that is so critical to quickly and accurately testing today’s GNSS receivers.
This White Paper provides a general overview of different military and commercial radar systems. It also covers typical measurements on such systems and their components. This application note details radar test technology along with the specific products needed to perform the tests.More
Overview of Tests on Radar Systems and Components
The scope of the subject has expanded in the recent years in terms of its technical evolution and spreading of applications. This application note along with its corresponding white paper
1MA207 show how to use the R&S radar product portfolio to tackle test and measurement tasks in modern radar technology. Target groups are students who want to become familiar with radar issues as well as radar professionals who want to solve certain test and measurement tasks.
Poor de-embedding can lead to both passivity and causality errors. In addition, high fixture loss may affect the accuracy and repeatability of de-embedding. Achieving accurate measurements at these higher frequencies offers the advantage of improved ability to locate discontinuities, impedance changes, and crosstalk issues.
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