#01 Measuring Radio Jammers
This document examines how the unique features of LSProbes can be exploited for analyzing the frequency hopping behavior of a portable radio jammer. Radio jammers use relatively high power, broadband emissions for blocking specific frequency bands.
They employ techniques such as rapid frequency hopping to block undesired radio services.
#02 Measuring Pulsed Fields
This document examines the operation of the LSProbe E‑field probes in the presence of pulsed electric fields much larger than the specified damage level. The presented results prove the field probe’s hardiness and show how it may be used to characterize
#03 Multiprobe EUT-Monitoring using EMC32
This application note describes the EMC32 setup procedure for four LSProbes E‑ﬁeld Probes and one LSPM Triple High-Speed Power Meter. EMC32 supports using multiple E‑ﬁeld Probes in two scenarios: additional E‑ﬁeld Probes can be used as monitoring devices outside the E‑ﬁeld control loop and E‑ﬁeld values of four probes can be averaged for use inside the E‑ﬁeld control loop.
#04 Reliable Operation of LSProbes Laser-Powered Electric-Field Probes
This document gives detailed instructions on operating laser-powered ﬁeld probes both reliably and eﬀortlessly.
#06 Calibration of LSProbes Laser-Powered Electric-Field Probes
This document describes the procedures of in-house and accredited external calibration of LSProbes.
#08 Measuring Isotropy from 1 to 6 GHz
This document examines the isotropy of the LSProbe 1.2 E‑ﬁeld probe by measuring x, y, z and magnitude values of the electrical ﬁeld for diﬀerent probe orientations.