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Hunting noise sources in wireless embedded systems

When integrating a radio chip or module into a typical embedded system, a common and often frustrating task designers face is tracking down and eliminating noise and spurious signals. Potential noise sources include switching power supplies, digital noise from other parts of the system and external sources.

Darren McCarthy, Tektronix

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