Test and Measurement Techniques

High Frequency and Wireless Test Methods


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A comprehensive primer from Lou Frenzel

Microwaves & RF and Electronic Design editor Lou Frenzel has created the ultimate guide to test and measurement. This eBook covers test methods and procedures for measuring parameters associated with high frequency and wireless signals (>10 MHz). This is a key addition to your reference library.

Without the right methods and procedures when working in high frequency and wireless (>10 MHz), you could be wasting your time. The method of measurement is extremely important, and that’s why this new eBook is so vital. Download Test & Measurement Techniques, High Frequency and Wireless Test Methods, and use it as a go-to whenever you need to know the equipment and instruments needed for proper measurement and how to apply and plot measurements when necessary.

What’s inside:

This book targets engineers, technicians, scientists, and other technical professionals who have a need to understand basic electronic test and measurement processes. The eBook assumes some previous knowledge and experience with common test instruments but otherwise it’s a good first introduction to or refresher on the subject for those who need it.

  • Intermodulation distortion (IMD)
  • Noise (amplitude/frequency)
  • Network analyzer measurements and calibration procedures
  • Jitter definition and types
  • Phase noise
  • Error vector magnitude (EVM)
  • RF power. Includes standing wave ratio (SWR).
  • Standing wave radio (SWR)
  • Time domain reflectometry (TDR)
  • Bandwidth and data rate
  • Third order intercept (IP3)

If you’re a working engineer or technician, this is the kind of handbook that can refresh and fill in the gaps of your knowledge. If you’re new to the field, this handbook will become a reliable part of your toolbox.

Meet the Author

Lou Frenzel
Communications Technology
lou.frenzel@penton.com

Lou Frenzel is a Contributing Editor for Microwaves & RF and Electronic Design Magazines where he writes articles, blogs, technology reports, ebooks, and online material on wireless, communications and networking as well as test and measurement. Lou has been writing for the magazines since 2000.

Formerly, Lou was a college professor and electronic engineer. He has more than 25 years of experience in the electronics industry, including VP positions at Heathkit and McGraw-Hill. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland. He is author of more than 20 books on communications, computers and electronics subjects.

Lou Frenzel was born on Galveston Island, Texas, and currently lives with his wife Joan in Austin. He is a long-time amateur radio operator (W5LEF) and maker.

Maryland. He is the author of 20 books on computer and electronics subjects.

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