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Automated Double Frequency Test System (ADFTS)

 

 

 

    General potentialities:

  • automated detection, identification, and measurement of parameters for the desired path and all spurious (image, intermediate-frequency, etc.) paths, through which interference can influence the device under test;
  • automated detection, identification, and measurement of radio receiver susceptibility to nonlinear effects: blocking (desensitization), cross-modulation, intermodulation of all types and orders, etc;
  • electromagnetic compatibility analysis and prediction in the complex electromagnetic environment with the use of double-frequency testing results.

  

 

The main idea of this technology:

  • radiolocation of the radio receiver through its antenna input, using the sum of two frequency-sweeping signals (Vf1>>Vf2)  and original synchronous tomography visualization of the receiver output on the PC display;
  • discrete simulation of signal-noise-interference mixture transformation in the receiver (discrete EMC-analysis and prediction)
 

Files to download:

1. Advertisement

2. Presentation - Automated Double Frequency Test System (ADFTS)

3. Presentation -  "Virtual Testing Area" for Solving EMC Problems of Spatially Distributed Radiosystems based on Automated Double-Frequency Test System

4. EMC Virtual Testing Area based on ADFTS Advertisement

 Articles:

1. Vladimir I. Mordachev. Automated Double-Frequency Testing Technique for Mapping Receiver Interference Responses. 

2. Vladimir I. Mordachev, Eugene V. Sinkevich. "Virtual Testing Area" for Solving EMC Problems of Spatially Distributed Radiosystems based on Automated Double-Frequency Test System.

3. Mordachev V.I., Sinkevich E.V. Experimental Analysis of Radio Receiver Susceptibility to Out-of-Band Interference by Means of Double-Frequency Test System, Procedings of the 10-th Int. Symp. on EMC "EMC Europe 2011", UK, York, Sept. 26-30, 2011, pp. 405-411.

 

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