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Interference Hunting

Interference Hunting

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RF interference arises when an unwanted “signal” of similar frequency occurs at the same time as a data signal. It can come from a variety of sources, such as a microwave ovens, mobile phones or bluetooth devices and manifests itself as sporadic decode errors disrupting the flow of data and degrading network performance.

The ability to find a known interferer is not always an easy task. However, having the right tools is key to interference hunting.

With our range of Spectrum Analysers and Oscilloscopes, these signals can be quickly identified as sources of the interference


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