MATLAB is a software environment and programming language used to make measurements, analyze and visualize data, control instruments, and build test systems. Agilent signal and spectrum analyzers enable you to analyze distortion, spurious, phase noise, and make 2G to 4G wireless communication measurements.
This Advanced Data Visualization (ADV) application software developed in MATLAB extends the value of Agilent signal and spectrum analyzers by allowing the analysis of a spectrum over time with four different display formats: Analog Advanced, Analog Plus, Waterfall, and Spectrogram. These displays make it easier to see variations of a signal over time or to capture intermittent signals.
Authored by Kace Dreitlein of Agilent Technologies. Note: Most of the example is provided in MATLAB code for examination. However, some of the example is in P-code for Agilent-specific commands.
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