Paul Denisowski's Articles and Publications
Many of my work-related presentations, papers, videos, and publications can be found at the Rohde & Schwarz interference hunting microsite. Available topics include:
- Common Sources of Interference in LTE networks (video)
- Interference Hunting for Quality of Experience (video)
- Comparison of Radio Direction-Finding Technologies (video)
- Art and Science of Interference Hunting (video)
- Identifying and Locating Short-Duration Interferers (whitepaper)
- Detecting and Locating Interference from Bidirectional Amplifiers (whitepaper)
- Introduction to Interference Hunting (whitepaper)
- Recognizing & Resolving LTE/CATV Interference Issues (whitepaper)
- Evolving Challenges in LTE/Cable Interference Issues (whitepaper)
I've also produced some introductory materials on EMC amplifiers
Some additional links:
- The introductory slides from my panel discussion at the ISART 2016 spectrum forensics conference in Denver.
- An Introduction to Radio Direction Finding Methodologies, a workshop I presented at the 2015 Virginia Tech Wireless Symposium
- An Introduction to Tools and Techniques for Mobile Network Testing, an RCR webinar.
- Resolving Common Sources of Interference in LTE Networks, a Fierce Wireless webinar.
- Understanding Common Sources of Interference in LTE Networks, a RCR Wireless webinar.
- A Practical Introduction to VoLTE Testing in the Field, a RCR Wireless webinar.
- Understanding and Testing Carrier Aggregation in the Field, a RCR Wireless webinar.
- Interference Hunting for Improved Quality of Experience, a RCR Wirless webinar
- The Art and Science of Interference Hunting, a Fierce Wireless webinar. You can view it on-demand or download a recording of the webinar.
- A Comparison of Radio Direction Finding Technologies, presented at the 2011 Dept. of Energy Spectrum Management Conference, Las Vegas, NV
- Spectrum Analyzers vs. Monitoring Receivers, presented at the 2010 Dept. of Energy Spectrum Management Conference, San Antonio TX
One of my previous professional interests was voice quality testing in packet based networks.
And a few items on the humanities side :
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