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1 Set receiver under test to mid band 2 Hookup a signal generator to the receiver s RF input, and a SINAD meter to its output port 3 Set signal generator for a 1-kHz tone with 3-kHz deviation at mid band frequency of receiver 4 Increase the signal generator s RF output level until the SINAD meter display reads 12 dB
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5 Note the signal generator s RF signal level, corrected for any test cable, attenuator, or filter losses This reading is the 12-dB SINAD sensitivity, in V or dBm
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1 Hookup two RF signal generators, one representing the desired signal and the other an adjacent channel signal, to a hybrid signal combiners Place combiner s summed output port into the receiver s RF input, and a SINAD meter at its output Place one 3-dB attenuator at each signal generator s output port, and at the signal combiner s output port 2 Set the desired signal generator for a 1-kHz tone and 3-kHz deviation mid band 3 Set receiver to mid band, on same frequency as Step 2 4 Perform a normal 12-dB SINAD receiver test, with only the desired signal generator active: Increase this signal generator s RF output level until the SINAD display reads exactly 12 dB Note the signal level (corrected for cable, attenuator, and so on, losses), which is the 12-dB SINAD sensitivity in V or dBm 5 Increase the desired RF signal generator s output level by 3 dB 6 Set the adjacent RF channel signal generator at some low output amplitude and to the center of its own designated adjacent channel frequency 7 Now, increase the adjacent channel RF signal generator s amplitude until SINAD reaches its exact rated V or dBm level, as taken in the above 12-dB SINAD Step 4 measurement (ie, at the receiver s own SINAD as measured when no adjacent signal was present, but when the desired signal had not been increased 3 dB in amplitude) 8 Record both the amplitude and frequency of the adjacent RF input signal and the desired RF input signal that are currently at the receiver s RF port (corrected for cable, attenuator, and so on, losses), in V or dBm and Hz 9 Take the difference in amplitude and frequency between the desired frequency and the adjacent channel frequency as recorded in Step 8 This is the ACR value, and is written as dB@kHz
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1 Place a lowpass filter at a signal generator s output (to minimize the sometimes substantial generator-produced RF harmonics) Attach the lowpass filter with signal generator to the input of the amplifier under test Set the RF signal generator s CW frequency to the center of the amplifier s passband 2 Place a spectrum analyzer or power meter at the output port of the amplifier stage Do not overload this test equipment with what may become a highpowered RF signal If the DUT, filter, or spectrum analyzer is not DC blocked, insert DC block to prevent DC from entering the test equipment
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3 Insert a small-amplitude RF input signal into the receiver that is well below the amplifier s expected P1dB Calculate the small signal stage gain 4 Increase the signal generator s RF output power until the amplifier s stage gain decreases by 1 dB below its small signal stage gain as measured in Step 3 5 The amplifier s input P1dB will be the signal generator s output power level, in dBm (corrected for any cable and filter losses) The amplifier s output P1dB will be the amplitude as measured on the spectrum analyzer, in dBm, corrected for cable losses
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