Tektronix Demo Announcement

This Friday February 6 2009, from 9:15 - 11 am, Tektronix will be presenting a tutorial and demonstration of real time spectral analysis in MSEE 239. It should be particularly interesting for students interested in digital communications, software defined radio, cognitive radio.

Real Time Spectrum Analysis is an advanced capture, process and display technology which enables RF signal analysis never before possible. Featured capabilities, discussed and demonstrated will include:

  • Spectral template mask testing
  • Display of RF signals normally invisible beneath higher power signals
  • Capture of 47,000 spectral acquisitions per second for advanced RF detection
  • Software to enable an oscilloscope to function as a spectrum analyzer
  • GPS based spectral mapping
  • Automatic RF signal identification

See you there!

Alumni Liaison

Ph.D. 2007, working on developing cool imaging technologies for digital cameras, camera phones, and video surveillance cameras.

Buyue Zhang