Identifying and eliminating interference in mobile networks

Webinar Identifying and eliminating interference in mobile networks

Interference in the Radio Access Network is ubiquitous and becoming more critical as the deployment of the latest cellular standards bring increased sensitivity and subsequent degradation of network performance.

This webinar examines the different sources of interference in mobile networks and considers their impact on capacity and subscriber Quality of Experience. The focus is on external interference and how to identify, locate and eliminate it.

Real network measurement data is shared and a definitive procedure for interference hunting including demonstrations of test equipment in field use including best practice for new network deployments, baselining, refarming and spectrum clearing.


Peter has been working in the field of RF test & measurement for 24 years and has been involved in mobile network optimization from the beginning. He is currently responsible for MNT field services sales in Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia.

Peter Busch

Paul Denisowski is an Applications Engineer at Rohde & Schwarz where he specializes in interference hunting, direction finding and mobile network testing. He has over 20 years of experience in test and measurement and has previously worked in both field and R&D positions at HP/Agilent, Fujitsu and Alcatel. Paul holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University and was a visiting lecturer at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.