Posts Tagged "RF screened enclosure"

The traditional logic that all RF testing should be carried out in a screened enclosure has much to recommend it. But do you always need to go to this level of protection when testing a GNSS receiver with a simulator? The short answer is no, because the preferred method of testing is to remove the antenna from the equation and connect the simulator directly to the receiver. However, there will be occasions where the antenna cannot be removed. And there will also be certain acceptance tests that...

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