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Best Practices for Interference Hunting while Saving Time and Money

Toan Vo  (Product Manager, Anritsu)

Location: Emerging Tech & Innovation Theater

Date: Wednesday, March 29

Time: 3:00 pm - 3:25 pm

Pass Type: All Access, Standard, Quick Pass Wednesday, Quick Pass Thursday, Expo Only

Format: Expo Theater

Vault Recording: TBD

Anritsu Company

Electronic attack, illegal drones, interference, and jamming are no longer capabilities reserved for state-sponsored, near-peer adversaries. The proliferation of jammers on auction websites has lowered the price of entry for electronics hobbyist and nefarious actors. To enable the T&M community, local authorities, and enforcement agencies to keep up with these challenges, this presentation presents some best practices to locate interference, in addition to providing recommendations to train and equip new technicians. Using high quality commercial equipment readily available on the market, organizations can field interference hunting specialists in a fraction of the time it takes to train a typical RF technician or engineer.