Online - Measuring Frequency Stability and Phase Noise

Category:
Radio engineering
Training method:
On-line
Length:
Over 25 mins
Guide price:
$25
Location:
Online
Details:

This course describes the concept of phase noise and shows how it can degrade the performance of wireless systems due to reciprocal mixing. The course also reviews and compares a range of phase noise measurement methods.

On completing this course, you can download a Certificate of Completion and display this certification on your public LinkedIn profile.

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