Interference Hunting is part of the educational blog series sponsored by Anritsu Company, a leader in handheld field testing solutions for more than a decade. The goal of Interference Hunting is to provide readers with cost- and time-efficient processes to determine if interference is causing a problem, locate its sources, as well as offer practical tips on measuring interference to optimize wireless network performance.
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How does RTSA compare with swept as regards phase noise? Conventional SA's have a swept LO which often suffers from significant sideband noise, and this can corrupt the incoming signals. A RT system uses a fixed oscillator to produce an IF band of frequencies which can be analysed almost instantly by the digital IF, and a fixed LO should have much lower phase noise. Is this the case, or do other factors come into play?

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