5G NR Inband Selectivity Measurement

12-Aug-2019

5G NR Inband Selectivity Measurement

How to generate wanted and interfering signals in one instrument

Adjacent channel selectivity is a base station receiver measurement, which characterizes the ability to receive a wanted signal in the presence of an adjacent channel signal with a specified center frequency offset. In this video, we demonstrate the multi-baseband capability of the R&S SMW200A vector signal generator to generate the wanted and the interfering signals for FR2 in one instrument.

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