Live Webinar:

Interference in Wireless Networks

Interference Hunting in today's crowded spectrum

Date: On Demand

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The Interference of Things

One of the drawbacks of having so many electronic devices in our world today is that they all emit electronic signals which causes the disruption of radio and wireless signals. The “noise” created by these signals creates interference with other nearby signals which disrupts transmissions.

With more and more electronic devices being developed and sharing the same frequencies, there is no doubt that noise and interference will continue to be a major issue for engineers and spectrum managers alike.

About the Webinar

Hunting down sources of interference can be extremely challenging but with the right tools and techniques you can make your interference hunting efforts more successful.

Join us for the webinar to learn more about interference hunting. Understanding what kinds of interference is out there, what it looks like and how to measure it will help you characterize and ultimately locate sources of interference. 



Robin Jackman

Robin Jackman

Business Development Manager

Robin Jackman is a Business Development Manager based in London, England. With over 25 years of field experience Robin has supported customer applications throughout North America and Europe. His work with Tektronix has covered both analog and digital design with a focus on RF applications. Prior to Tektronix Robin was a spectrum management officer with the Canadian government.