interference analyzer

interference analyzer

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ¦an·ə‚līz·ər]
(electronics)
An instrument that discloses the frequency and amplitude of unwanted input.
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Examples include vector voltmeter, interference analyzer (with spectrogram), power meter, and GPS receiver as well as TDR cable measurement, pulse measurement, and spectrum-analyzer time gating functionality.
The Cell Master family combines the functionality and capabilities of a cable and antenna analyzer, spectrum analyzer, interference analyzer, signal analyzers, backhaul analyzer, and a power meter into one instrument, making it the most full-featured compact base station analyzer on the market.
The FieldFox RF Analyzer from Agilent is available with an interference analyzer option.
In addition to spectrum analysis, the MS272xC has functionality such as a high-accuracy power meter, interference analyzer, channel scanner, GPS receiver, and 3GPP, 3GPP2 or IEEE 802.16 signal analyzers.
A lightweight, easy-to-use, battery-operated instrument, the LMR Master combines complete P25/NXDN radio test set functionality with a cable and antenna analyzer, 2-port network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, interference analyzer, and power meter, plus LTE transmitter measurement capability.
The BTS Master can be configured with an interference analyzer, which is maximized by the MT8222A's built-in low-noise preamplifier.
The S331E/S332E/S361E/S362E Site Masters cover the 100-kHz to 6-GHz frequency range and can be configured to include a cable and antenna analyzer, spectrum analyzer, interference analyzer, power meter, and GPS receivers.
The Tektronix NetTek[TM] Analyzer fitted with the YBT250 Base Station Transmitter and Interference Analyzer determines code-domain power, error vector magnitude [rho], and measurements of power vs.