Electrical Spectrum and Network Analyzers: A Practical Approach
This book presents fundamentals and the latest techniques of electrical spectrum analysis. It focuses on instruments and techniques used on spectrum and network analysis, rather than theory. The book covers the use of spectrum analyzers, tracking generators, and network analyzers. Filled with practical examples, the book presents techniques that are widely used in signal processing and communications applications, yet are difficult to find in most literature.
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Chapter 3 Frequency Control Phase Lock and MicroprocessorControlled Spectrum Analyzers
Chapter 4 Spectrum Analyzer Applications
Chapter 5 Advanced Spectrum Analyzer Applications
Chapter 6 The Tracking Generator and Scalar Network Analysis
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