HomeWebinarsMobile interference hunting: a unique approach

    Mobile interference hunting: a unique approach


    Date: Tuesday 24th March

    Time: 15.00 (GMT)

    Click here to register for free and guarantee a digital recording of the session.

    Wireless network operators have seen the performance of their systems degraded by interference sources. Various issues such as dropped calls, blocked calls and degraded data throughput often result from interference signals. New ways are needed to find the sources of such interference that are both efficient and cost-effective for the operator or regulator.

    This webinar will focus on a new method for interference hunting using mostly off-the-shelf parts that will work in multiple geographic environments, including “urban canyons” where signal multipath is severe. 

    4 key takeaways from this webinar

    1. Factors to consider when interference hunting in LTE uplink channels
    2. How to find periodic (or “radar like”) interference signals
    3. Advantages of using mobile systems for interference hunting
    4. Efficient methods for interference hunting

    Register here for free.

    Speaking at this webinar

    Mark Heimbach, Product Manager, Anritsu

    Mark Heimbach is a Senior Product Manager at Anritsu with more than 20 years experience in the wireless industry in roles ranging from design engineering to marketing and business development. Mark has global product line management responsibility for the company’s interference hunting systems. Mark holds an MSEE degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.