MECHANISMS FOR MEASURING OUTPUT POWER AND POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY OF A TRANSMITTER IN A WIMAX RADIO NETWORK
The report examines current problem in wireless WiMAX networks, namely the possible ways and mechanisms to measure the output power and power spectral density of radio transmitter. The purpose of measurement is to determine the maximum output power of the transmitter is within the manufacturer’s declared value with a certain tolerance set by EN / ETS and does not exceed the maximum limits. Also to measure or calculate the power spectral density of radiated power in the frequency channel with a specific width. The following parameters must be measured in full and coordinated load of the transmitter. These are the key parameters needed to research for the effective design of broadband WiMAX wireless data system.