for the coaching.
try to make sure that I will try and describe it better on the call tomorrow. I
guess desccribing it as a single frequency source of jitter would have been
Mike - I know you understand this, but be a bit careful about use of the
word "interferer". To most of us, without other context, it implies amplitude
interference, whereas for this particular topic, we are talking about time
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Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 9:56
Subject: [10GMMF] TP3 meeting Agenda
Here is the agenda for our mext
I think we have all changed our clocks this week-end?, in
which case the meeting time remains the same for us all.
Tuesday November 2nd at 9am SJ, 5pm UK, 6pm
Dial in (650) 599-0374, Meeting ID:
Meeting Notes, October
1. List Attendees
meeting notes from last week
3. Agenda additions/changes?
- Noise loading - update on noise
calculations from Lew
- cbannel selection
- debate pro's and cons on i),
ii) and iii) below:-
i) define mask and leave it to the implementor to determine what
testing is required
define mask and give the characteristics for sinusoidal interferer (pk-pk,
- this would likely be a high frequency interferer with a separate test for
tracking low freq jitter
use an approach similar to CEI. Here they use a PN sequence to phase
modulate the signal. This in effect produces a signal which includes a
"comb" of frequencies which are all stressing the Rx at the same time. Key
question around availability of the phase modulating component.
list for future meetings:-
6. Link Budget
7. OMA Measurement
6. Any other items?
Talk to you tomorrow.