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How to Measure the Phase Noise of an Oscillator with a Holzworth Phase Noise Analyzer

Phase noise is caused by a signal’s random phase fluctuations and can significantly affect the performance of wireless systems. Highly accurate, reliable, and flexible phase noise analysis is therefore critical to ensure advanced systems operate as expected. In this demonstration, learn how to measure the phase noise of a 100 MHz oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) using the Holzworth HA7062D Real-Time Phase Noise Analyzer.

Measuring the True Noise Floor of a Holzworth Phase Noise Analyzer (Part 2)

Delivering industry-leading phase noise performance, Holzworth Real-Time Phase Noise Analyzers leave nothing to interpretation by measuring the true noise floor of the analyzer itself. Part 2 explains how Holzworth can uniquely reveal the actual limits of an analyzer to enable various test and measurement needs. For more information, visit

Measuring the True Noise Floor of a Holzworth Phase Noise Analyzer (Part 1)

The Holzworth HA7000 Series Real Time Phase Noise Analyzers provide a noise floor approximation like competitive designs, but also have the unique ability to measure the true noise floor of the analyzer itself. In Part 1, learn about the basics and importance of noise floor, as well as phase noise measurement capabilities from Holzworth and the T&M industry. For more information, visit


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