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By | October 24, 2018 | 464 views
 

Interference hunting in cities: choose angle of arrival over power

The urban RF environment is very demanding – densely packed with a myriad of cellular and non-cellular transmitters, full of interfering emitters and populated with buildings inconveniently located between you and the signal you are trying to find. In this situation, it pays to know the merits of different interference hunting techniques and the advantages of using expert equipment. Anyone…

 
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By | November 13, 2017 | 1,494 views
 

Interference hunting: the real meaning of automatic direction finding

The need for interference hunting in mobile networks is steadily increasing. And field engineers often ask us which tool we would recommend to be successful in the field. With decades of expertise, what we can say for sure is that it depends: the right tool for successful field service operations depends on the source of interference. Sources are manifold, but…

 
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By | March 9, 2017 | 1,383 views
 

Webinar report: identifying and eliminating interference in mobile networks

In mobile networks, interference is an unwanted unlicensed signal affecting the licensed channels, causing extra noise. Interference on the RF level translates into a lower Signal-to-Noise-Ratio (SNR), Received Signal Strength Indicator, Ec/Io, etc. From a subscriber’s point of view, interference is perceived as distorted audio or video, low data rates or dropped calls. In short: a bad user experience. For…

 
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