Learn how FieldFox can help with installing antennas, ensuring network coverage, and testing quality at 5G base stations. Key techniques and measurements to fine-tune newly-installed systems and investigating and troubleshooting network performance issues in the field are covered.
Lesson 1 - Introduction - 5G Field Testing with FieldFox
An overview of the course and the field tests necessary for a smooth 5G network deployment using the FieldFox handheld analyzer.
Lesson 2 - Interference Troubleshooting with RTSA
Learn how to use the real-time spectrum analyzer (RTSA) mode of FieldFox to identify and locate interference sources in the field.
Lesson 3 - Verifying Channel Power and Adjacent Channel Power Levels
Explains how to use the channel power and adjacent channel power (ACP) measurements of FieldFox to verify the power levels of 5G signals and their impact on neighboring channels.
Lesson 4 - Making Occupied Bandwidth and Spectrum Emissions Mask Measurements
Discusses how to use the occupied bandwidth (OBW) and spectrum emissions mask (SEM) measurements of FieldFox to verify the bandwidth and spectral purity of 5G signals.
Lesson 5 - Accounting for Path Loss and Evaluation Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Exposure
Learn how to use the path loss correction and EMF exposure evaluation features of FieldFox to account for cable losses and ensure compliance with safety regulations.
Lesson 6 - 5G NR Demodulation and Over-the-Air Analysis
Demonstrates how to use the 5G NR demodulation and over-the-air (OTA) analysis features of FieldFox to decode and analyze 5G signals in the field.
Lesson 7 - Understanding Phased Array Antenna Characteristics
Learn how to use the antenna array analyzer feature of FieldFox to measure and visualize the characteristics of phased array antennas used in 5G networks.
Six Essential 5G Field Tests
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Investigate Interference Issues in the Field with RTSA
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