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* Chapter 1: Introduction to Spectrum and Network Measurements * Chapter 2: Decibels * Chapter 3: Fourier Theory * Chapter 4: Fast Fourier Transform Analyzers * Chapter 5: Swept Spectrum Analyzers * Chapter 6: Modulation Measurements * Chapter 7: Distortion Measurements * Chapter 8: Noise and Noise Measurements * Chapter 9: Pulse Measurements * Chapter 10: Averaging and Filtering * Chapter 11: Transmission Lines * Chapter 12: Measurement Connections * Chapter 13: Two-Port Networks * Chapter 14: Network Analyzers * Chapter 15: Vector Network Measurements * Chapter 16: EMC Measurements * Chapter 17: Analyzer Performance and Specifications * Appendix A: Two-Port Vector Error Correction
Robert A. Witte received a BSEE degree from Purdue University and MSEE degree from Colorado State University. He has spent his entire career in the test and measurement industry, working for Hewlett-Packard, Agilent Technologies, and Keysight Technologies. Robert has contributed to the development of spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, oscilloscopes and other instruments. He has held a number of R&D management positions and is currently the Vice President of Technology Leadership for Keysight Technologies. Robert is also the author of Electronic Test Instruments: Analog and Digital Measurements.
'Spectrum and Network Measurements, by Robert Witte, is destined to become a classic work on the subject. If you are a new RF or EMI engineer, or are a product designer incorporating wireless into your designs, and you're not quite sure how to use or optimally set up a spectrum or network analyzer, then this is the book for you!' -- Kenneth Wyatt 'The 2nd edition of Spectrum and Network Measurements brings Witte's classic text up to date for readers seeking to know about current measurement technologies, such as modular instruments, fast Fourier Transforms (FFTs), and how other instruments, such as oscilloscopes, fit into a measurement workbench with spectrum and network analyzers.' -- Jack Browne