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The uncertainty of power measurements made with a VNA is about +1 dBm, which is obviously not very good. The reasons for this uncertainty are explained in Figures 8.6 and 8.7. Techniques for reducing measurement uncertainty using a calibration procedure are brie y explained here, and they are explained in detail in 13. Figure 8.6 shows a block diagram of a VNA. The signal used for testing is generated by a synthesized RF sweeper shown in the lower left. The signal is swept in frequency across the desired measurement range in a time interval of the order of milliseconds. The signal is formed by combining the harmonics of quartz crystal oscillators so that the signal does not actually sweep, but it steps from one frequency to the next in small intervals. At a particular instant in time, the frequency will be at a certain value within the desired sweep range. The signal is sent through a directional coupler, where a sample of the signal is coupled to a power detector, and its power is measured and most of the signal is sent on through a second directional coupler to the DUT. As the arrows in Figure 8.6 show, this second directional coupler is reversed in direction and should not couple any of the incident power into its detector. The second directional coupler is used to measure the power that is re ected from the DUT. The ratio of the forward transmitted power (R) to the reverse re ected power (A) is calculated from the power in the detectors, and it is the measured mismatch at the input to the DUT. The remaining incident power passes through the DUT and is sampled by the directional coupler (B). The ratio of the output power (B) to the incident power (R) is the loss or gain of the device. The network analyzer
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Figure 25.10 Noise parameter measurement system. Courtesy Maury Microwave Corp.
For the longest time, computer owners have found getting tech support from the outside world especially, getting it easily a challenging experience. In addition to that, most of the time, a cost factor is associated with tech support. In the past, tech support would generally have been free; today, free tech support is quite rare. Windows Vista has a new option Windows Remote Assistance that takes advantage of either an Internet connection or a network connection to allow you to get help when otherwise it might simply have seemed out of reach. For years, third-party software has been available that would allow you to take control of another computer from a distance. Sometimes the person taking control could be you, and sometimes it could be you allowing someone else to take control of your computer. Windows Remote Assistance follows in that tradition by allowing you to connect to another computer and have the person operating that computer help you by temporarily taking control of your computer. Windows Remote Assistance also works in the opposite way: That is, it can allow you to connect to another computer and help that person. This can be extremely helpful if the person assisting you with your computer problem is in a different location. It is obviously much easier to see firsthand what might be causing the problem rather than trying to have someone explain (and then identify) the conflict. For example, you could have someone remotely reconfigure your computer so that it works again rather than having to go through each Registry line verbally to identify where the problem lies.
Application in Communications. In communications we often start with a lowpass complex envelope zLP(t) wish to transmit it asa real bandpass and signal zBP(t). Here, the real bandpass signal zBP(t) produced from zLp t ) is ( according to (2.79). In thereceiver, zLp t )is finally reconstructed as described ( above. However, one important requirementmustbe met, which will be discussed below. The real bandpass signal
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