Radio Tester Solution Checks HD Broadcasts

Jan. 8, 2009
Agilent Technologies has developed an HD Radio measurement application for its 100-kHz-to-3-GHz N9340B handheld spectrum analyzer, allowing for low-cost testing of HD broadcast signals. Ideal for technicians and test engineers, the application provides ...
Agilent Technologies has developed an HD Radio measurement application for its 100-kHz-to-3-GHz N9340B handheld spectrum analyzer, allowing for low-cost testing of HD broadcast signals. Ideal for technicians and test engineers, the application provides one-button automatic tuning and channel list functions and supports NRSC-5 spectral emission limit masks. Designed to test broadcast AM and FM signals, the new measurement application software supports analog, digital and hybrid spectral emission limit masks for measuring radio signal emissions, including four AM signal standards and three FM signal standards . For additional limit mask requirements, users simply edit/create masks directly on the N9340B or with the PC software tool, and can also convert mask files from an Agilent ESA Series spectrum analyzer to the N9340B format.

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