Include Droop (TEDS)

Default: Selected (See Using Standard Setups/Presets)

Droop, when selected, configures the demodulator to include droop correction in measurement calculations.

Droop is a measure of the amplitude difference between the start and end of a TDMA burst from an Normal Uplink, Random Access, or Control Uplink transmission and is calibrated in dB/symbol, typically in fractions, that is, mdB/symbol (millidB) or udB/symbol (microdB). The primary transmission accuracy measurement that includes droop is Error Vector Magnitude (EVM). EVM provides an overall measure of the divergence between the transmitter position and the ideal phase diagram. To remove droop correction from measurement calculations, clear this checkbox.

To view measured droop, see Error Summary (Composite).

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