@Fanny: In one of your earlier comments, you say "important in the radio design to filter the power supply well" However, 60HZ is expected to go through the shielded boxes due to its massive "skin effect" on the walls. How do you threat that?
would you be able to conduct a simulation ( usiung software simulator) instead of using actual channel emulation. When do use OTA vs controlled enviroment. would you able to duplicate drive test results in a controlled enviroment?
Thank you Fanny and Ann. I really don't mind stepping off the path for questions or side comments. These sessions are more of a journey than a point-to-point goal. I also like the interaction during the session.
If you haven't told us yet, please let us know 1) if you've used conducted testing, 2) if you've used controlled over-the-air testing, 3) whether you're involved with licensed radio technology that requires carrier certification, and if so, what technology: GSM, CDMA, 3G, or LTE?, and 4) if you are familiar with channel emulation.
If you haven't told us yet, please let us know 1) if you've used conducted testing, 2) if you've used controlled over-the-air testing, 3) whether you're involved with licensed radio technology that requires carrier certification, and if so, what technology: GSM, CDMA, 3G, or LTE?
Sr. Consultant I'm currently working on government computer network systems, but I used to work on networking software defined radios. I have a lot of "bits and pieces" of technical information stored and I find it useful to have such overviews as these webinars contain. It kind of ties things together for me.
Sustaining Engineering Project Leader, the company designs and manufactures Guided Wave RADAR level gauges for mobile tanks/tank truck industry. Wireless applications involve Bluetooth and possibly WiFi in the future.
Hi I am an Engineering Technician working for a company that does MEMS magnetic sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes. We also do Inertial navigation systems and wirelesss mesh networks (motes) used in Agriculture and net accesable sensing. I am really enjoying these classes. Looking forward to todays.
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