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darcyrandall2004
Post subject: Phase Noise and Relevance to the EMC Standards Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:14 pm

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Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 6:16 am
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Hello,

With regards to my paging transmitter -
I have taken a look at the standard AS NZS 4769 Radiocommunications equipment used in the paging service - Angle modulated equipment.

The standard lists a number of requirements regarding transmitter behaviour:
1.Frequency error.
2.Carrier Power
3.Adjacent channel power.
4.Frequency deviation.
5.Spurious emissions
6.Transmitter transient behaviour.

Which of these requirements is directly related to phase noise? Otherwise can I expect to find a requirement for phase noise in another standard?

Thankyou

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Post subject: Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 6:24 pm

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Hello Darcy,

To my understanding except parameter #6, none of them is directly related to phase-noise. Phase noise is usually given as a specification for the product/component itself (As a stand-alone unit) and has no impact on standards for regulation such as for EMC and safety.






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