Wide Dynamic Range Carrier-to-noise Testing (1993)

By Rex Bullinger, Hewlett-Packard Company

An increasing demand for better system carrier-to-noise performance is, in turn, creating demand for better carrier-to-noise measurements. To help take the mystery out of this measurement, five correction factors are introduced to help describe a practical measurement method using a spectrum analyzer.

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