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Making Sense of RF, microwave power sensors and meters

2/17/2012 09:41 PM EST
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re: Making Sense of RF, microwave power sensors and meters
Kinnar   2/18/2012 10:13:57 AM
RF Power Measurement over USB is a typical application of metering, the users will be technically sound, so in this case if the USB Metering application by default allows to show the captured signal in raw from then the user can find out what they want. The can switch the sensing elements and find the differences between the sensing devices. I thing this will be best way in the today's highly changing RF Field environment.

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