Networks can be degraded by interference. To mitigate this, you can use a spectrum analyser to monitor specific frequency bands to detect the existence of unwanted signals and locate them on a map for a further hunt of the exact location.

This webinar will explain how to monitor a spectrum frequency using Anritsu’s Field Master Pro MS2090A, which can capture IQ data in memory and stream IQ data to an external memory. Once these huge amounts of data are saved, these signal waveforms can also be fully analysed and replayed in detail on a computer for a full understanding of the behavior of these carriers.

We will also highlight some limitations due to the transfer speed and writing speed of the memory device that you can find on the market to store data. And finally, some short-recorded videos will be shown replaying real captures in the 430 MHz and 2.4 GHz ISM bands.
Wed, Oct 14, 2020 · 3:00 PM Paris (GMT 2:00)
  • Which functions to use in a spectrum analyser to quickly monitor a frequency band and identify an abnormal signal.
  • Get a full understanding of what IQ capture means and requires.
  • IQ data streaming: what are the limitations?
  • IQ data file combination for a further replay and analysis.
  • Overview of how recorded data can be replayed in a laptop for a deep analysis.
Cyril Noger
Field Application Engineer, Anritsu
Cyril has over 23 years of experience in the Test & Measurement Industry focusing on RF and Wireless technologies (cellular and short range ones) like 2G, 3G, 4G and now 5G, but also W-LAN or Bluetooth.