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1 INTRODUCTION
2 SIGNALS
2.1 Signals displayed in time domain
2.2 Relationship between time and frequency domain
3.1 Fourier analyzer (FFT analyzer)
3.2 Analyzers operating according to the heterodyne principle
3.3 Main setting parameters
4.1 RF input section (frontend)
Measurements in 75 Ωsystem
Measurement on signals with DC component
4.2 IF signal processing
4.3 Determination of video voltage and video filters
4.4 Detectors
4.5 Trace processing
4.6 Parameter dependencies
4.6.1 Sweep time, span, resolution and video bandwidths
4.6.2 Reference level and RF attenuation
4.6.3 Overdriving
5 PERFORMANCE FEATURES OF SPECTRUM ANALYZERS
5.1 Inherent noise
Maximum sensitivity
5.2 Nonlinearities
Identification of intermodulation products
5.3 Phase noise (spectral purity)
5.41 dB compression point and maximum input level
5.5Dynamic range
5.6Immunity to interference
5.10Level measurement accuracy
5.10.1Error components
Improvement of input matching
5.10.2Calculation of total measurement uncertainty
5.10.3Error due to low signal-to-noise ratio
5.11 Sweep time and update rate
6.1 Phase noise measurements
6.1.1 Measurement procedure
6.1.2 Selection of resolution bandwidth
6.1.3 Dynamic range
6.2 Measurements on pulsed signals
6.2.1 Fundamentals
6.2.2 Line and envelope spectrum
6.2.3 Resolution filters for pulse measurements
6.2.4 Analyzer parameters
6.2.5 Pulse weighting in spurious signal measurements
6.2.5.1 Detectors, time constants
6.2.5.2 Measurement bandwidths
6.3 Channel and adjacent-channel power measurement
6.3.1 Introduction
6.3.3 Dynamic range in adjacent-channel power measure- ments
6.3.4.1 Integrated bandwidth method
6.3.4.3 Channel power measurement in time domain
6.3.4.4 Spectral measurements on TDMA systems
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Fundamentals of Spectrum Analysis

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