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Military Communications

To meet present and future mission requirements, the countless unique radios of the past are giving way to compatible, multi-mode or software-defined digital systems that ensure easy interoperability. To keep pace, measurement solutions must be able to test these versatile radios throughout their lifecycles. From dynamic probing inside an FPGA to testing RF, IF and IQ, from design simulation to operational troubleshooting, we can help you ensure system readiness.

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Spectrum Analysis Basics - Application Note 
This application note (also known as AN 150) explains the fundamentals of swept-tuned, superheterodyne spectrum analyzers and discusses the latest advances in spectrum analyzer capabilities.

Application Note 2016-11-02

Noise Figure Selection Guide - Minimizing the Uncertainties - Selection Guide 
This selection guide, which includes a brief noise figure primer and our current product lineup, is designed to help you find the best solution for your application.

Selection Guide 2016-03-18

Testing and Troubleshooting Digital RF Communications Receiver Designs (AN 1314) 
This Application Note covers the fundamental measurement principles involved in testing and troubleshooting digital communications receivers, particularly those used in digital RF cellular systems. Measurement setups are provided for receiver performance tests and troubleshooting tips are given.

Application Note 2002-03-25

Spectrum Analysis: Amplitude and Frequency Modulation (AN 150-1) - Application Note 
Modulation is the act of translating some low-frequency or base-band signal (voice, music, data) to a higher frequency. Why do we modulate signals? There are at least two reasons: to allow the simultaneous transmission of two or more baseband signals by translating them to different frequencies...

Application Note 2001-10-01