Yep, you're correct and I wasn't thinking of it in terms like that, I was thinking more of the meter he might be using and not having much in the form of input selectivity or an ability to reject multiple frequencies, maybe more like Broad band, but to your point, yes, I misspoke the term. As I mentioned before, without knowing the setup, its hard to know what's really going on. Stay Safe and Healthy!Hello there
All modern smartphones incorporate LTE., Orthogonal frequency multiplexing.Also known as multicarrier modulation (MCM), along with CDMA code division multiple access both are forms of wideband modulation.
Well thanks for the kind words. I've been designing PCB's for 30+ years now and before that an engineering tech in a communications company that's long gone now. That said, I don't know everything and I can prove it! If I'm wrong, I'm wrong. (that's happened before too) I just always know that sometimes things are not always what they seem to be and unless you know what and how something is done, you really don't know, (And that's just on the things I might know about.) As someone you might remember, (depending on your age) Gary Owens said about an Expert. "An Ex is a former has been, and a spurt is a drip under pressure." To that I added, "I don't want to be an expert, I'll settle for knowing a lot about it, but never everything, otherwise, you're not learning. ;-) Stay Safe and Healthy!I concur. You seem to be a man of integrity which is rare nowadays.
So...unofficially welcome to misfit Island I'm sure you fit right in.
Obfuscation is also applied to programs to ensure intellectual property (IP) protection through reverse engineering prevention.Well outside my area but I can't help feeling that xchcui's question deserves something better than vague obfuscations
Clearly not the right tool indeed!Thanks a lot for all the answers.
It is a generic emf meter which suppose to sense RF power density
between:50MHZ-5GHZ,without any selectivity.
After reading all your responses,i guess that the emf meter
that i used is not suitable for that task indeed.(regardless of
the reason that make the spike's reading).
Thanks again for your help
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