Finding RF interferers is no doubt a tricky discipline to master. Fortunately, every interferer leaves a RF foot-print that gives us a hint as to what type of interferer it is. It’s the job of the RF interference hunter to recognize this foot-print and trace it back to a known interferer so that it can be physically located and dealt with. This is not an easy task as the symptoms of RF interference can be complex by nature, often masked by other sources or RF energy. To be good at interference hunting requires not only the right tools, but a robust knowledge base of what certain interferers’ signals look like under certain conditions. This type of knowledge can take years to develop with countless hours in the field – hence why interference hunting is often regarding more as an art than a science. So how do you develop this real-world knowledge? This is where we come in. We can help jump start your learning by giving you direct access to our technical interference hunting experts who have worked countless hours in the field identifying and resolving RF interference issues for hundreds of companies such as yourselves.
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