This application note highlights the power of an RTSA spectrum analyzer for detailed analysis of crowded areas of spectrum. The Field Master Pro MS2090A RTSA has a probability of intercept (POI) of 2.055 µs, meaning it is certain to capture the shortest of packets seen in the ISM bands. The spectrogram feature provides a view over time of spectral activity and a user settable persistence mode enables identification signal in signal interferers.
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