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Author Witte, Robert A

Title Spectrum and network measurements / Robert A. Witte
Published Atlanta, Ga. : Noble Pub. Corp., 2001

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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 297 pages) : illustrations
Contents Preface to the Noble Publishing Edition; Preface; 1. Introduction to Spectrum and Network Measurements; 1.1 Signals and Systems; 1.2 Time Domain and Frequency Domain Relationships; 1.3 System Transfer Function; 1.4 Advantages of Using Frequency Domain Measurements; 1.5 Spectrum Measurements; 1.6 Spectrum Analyzers; 1.7 Network Measurements; 1.8 Network Analyzers; 1.9 Spectrum/Network Analyzers; References; 2. Decibels; 2.1 Definition of the Decibel; 2.2 Cardinal Values; 2.3 Absolute Decibel Values; 2.4 Gain and Loss Calculations; 2.5 Decibels and Percent
2.6 Error Expressed in Decibels3. Fourier Theory; 3.1 Periodicity; 3.2 Fourier Series; 3.3 Fourier Series of a Square Wave; 3.4 Fourier Series of Other Waveforms; 3.5 Fourier Transform; 3.6 Fourier Transform of a Pulse; 3.7 Inverse Fourier Transform; 3.8 Fourier Tranasform Relationships; 3.9 Discrete Fourier Transform; 3.10 Limitations of the DFT; 3.11 Fast Fourier Transform; 3.12 Relating Theory to Measurements; 3.13 Finite Measurement Time; References; 4. Fast Fourier Transform Analyzers; 4.1 The Bank-of-Filters Analyzer; 4.2 Frequency Resolution; 4.3 The FFT Analyzer; 4.4 Sampled Waveform
4.5 Sampling Theorem4.6 FFT Properties; 4.7 Controlling the Frequency Span; 4.8 Band Selectable Analysis; 4.9 Leakage; 4.10 Hanning Window; 4.11 Flattop Window; 4.12 Uniform Window; 4.13 Exponential Window; 4.14 Selecting a Window Function; 4.15 Oscillator Charactierization; 4.16 Time Domain Display; 4.17 Network Measurements; 4.18 Phase; 4.19 Spectral Maps; 4.20 Electronic Filter Characterization; 4.21 Cross Power Spectrum; 4.22 Coherence; 4.23 Correlation Measurements; 4.24 Autocorrelation; 4.25 Cross Correlation; 4.26 Histogram; 4.27 Real-time Bandwidth
4.28 Real-time Bandwidth and RMS Averaging4.29 Real-time Bandwidth and Transients; 4.30 Overlap Processing; 4.31 Swept Sine; 4.32 Octave Measurements; References; 5. Swept Spectrum Analyzers; 5.1 The Wave Analyzer; 5.2 Heterodyne Block Diagram; 5.3 The Swept Spectrum Analyzer; 5.4 Practical Considerations; 5.5 Input Section; 5.6 Resolution Bandwidth; 5.7 Sweep Limitations; 5.8 Specialized Sweep Models; 5.9 Local Oscillator Feedthrough; 5.10 Detector; 5.11 The Digital If Section; 5.12 The Tracking Generator; 5.13 FFT Versus Swept; 5.14 The Hybrid Analyzer; References
6. Modulation Measurements6.1 The Carrier; 6.2 Amplitude Modulation; 6.3 AM Measurements; 6.4 Zero Span Operation; 6.5 Other Forms of Amplitude Modulation; 6.6 Angle Modulation; 6.7 Narrowband Angle Modulation; 6.8 Wideband Angle Modulation; 6.9 FM Measurements; 6.10 Combined AM and FM; References; 7. Distortion Measurements; 7.1 The Distortion Model; 7.2 Single-Tone Input; 7.3 Two-Tone Input; 7.4 Higher-Order Models; 7.5 The Intercept Concept; 7.6 Harmonic Distortion Measurements; 7.7 Use of Low-Pass Filter on Source; 7.8 Intermodulation Distortion Measurements
Summary Learn about the latest digital signal processing techniques as well as common measurement applications. Areas covered include: Decibels; Fourier analysis; FFT and swept analys
Notes Originally published: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice-Hall, 1993
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Spectrum analyzers.
Electric network analyzers.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Electronics -- Circuits -- General.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Electronics -- Circuits -- Integrated.
Electric network analyzers.
Spectrum analyzers.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781613531686
1613531680