occupied bandwidth

occupied bandwidth

[′äk·yə‚pīd ′band‚width]
(communications)
Frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5% of the total mean power radiated by a given emission.
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Advantech Wireless develops solutions that balance satellite spectral efficiency to provide the smallest occupied bandwidth at enhanced link availability," noted Valenti.
Additional features include automatic measurements of Channel Power (CP), Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR) and Occupied Bandwidth (OBW), and waveform demodulation.
Each analyzer has dedicated routines for simple one-button measurements of field strength, channel power, occupied bandwidth, adjacent channel power ratio (ACPR), carrier-to-interference ratio (C/I), and AM/FM/SSB demodulator.
It automates measurements such as error vector magnitude, frequency, power, occupied bandwidth and packet error rate on signals generated by a WirelessHD device under test conditions.
The result is a 10-35% increase in spectral efficiency compared to the DVB-S2 standard, without increasing power or occupied bandwidth.
This new series of digital wireless microphones from ClearOne has been redesigned with a unique method for data compression that reduces the occupied bandwidth from 500 kHz to 200 kHz per channel to comply with European standards, without compromising the quality and fidelity of the reproduced audio signal," said Durai Ramachandiran, Senior Director of Product Line Management for ClearOne.
Advanced measurements offered include: channel power, adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth, harmonic distortion, third-order intermodulation distortion, phase noise, etc.
NetLogic Microsystems' OP6100 family of Digital Front End (DFE) processors delivers 65MHz of occupied bandwidth, 145MHz of total bandwidth and 325MHz of pre-distortion bandwidth
Among the new features in the AM/FM/PM capability is an RF Spectrum View, which displays a measured signal's carrier power, frequency, and occupied bandwidth.
Production-ready xVM and xAP devices successfully passed testing under standard Part 15 of FCC rules governing allowed output power, harmonics and occupied bandwidth.
The LTE RF measurement option allows users to accurately and quickly analyze the spectrum for interference and spectral compliance, as well as conduct occupied bandwidth and Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio (ACLR) tests.
Production-ready xMod devices were tested and certified under standard Part 15 of FCC rules governing allowed output power, harmonics and occupied bandwidth.