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Advances in Phase Noise Measurement Techniques
June 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
An ideal oscillator would produce energy at a single frequency. However, any real source will have energy not only at the resonant frequency but also at frequencies close to the desired signal. This additional undesired energy is referred to as phase noise. The origin of phase noise in microwave oscillators are discussed in addition to how phase noise can lead to reciprocal mixing and desensitization issues in receivers. Various measurement techniques are also explored such as the delay line method and the cross-correlation method, in addition to their advantages and limitations. The lecture will include interactive demonstrations of phase noise measurements.
The lecture is free and all are invited. A passport, birth certificate or EDL is needed to enter the facility.
Speaker(s): Greg Bonaguide ,
6:00 – 6:30 Pizza, soda and networking
6:30 – 7:45 Presentation/Demonstartions
815 Broad Hollow
Farmingdale, New York