Rohde & Schwarz had five patents in artificial intelligence during Q3 2023. Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co KG has filed a patent for a data analysis system that receives a time domain signal and segments it into predetermined lengths. The system then converts the signal into a spectrum waveform in the frequency domain and detects any anomalies in the data. If an anomaly is detected, the system identifies the segment causing the anomaly and provides an indication or output of the identified segment. This patent also includes a measurement device and method. GlobalData’s report on Rohde & Schwarz gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Rohde & Schwarz grant share with artificial intelligence as a theme is 40% in Q3 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Data analysis system, measurement device, and method (Patent ID: US20230251292A1)

The patent filed by Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co KG describes a data analysis system that receives a time domain signal and performs various operations on it. The system includes a data segmentation processor that divides the time domain signal into smaller segments of a predetermined length. A data converter then converts the time domain signal into a spectrum waveform in the frequency domain based on these segments. A data analyzer is used to detect any anomalies in the spectrum waveform. If an anomaly is detected, a segment identifier identifies the specific segment that is causing the anomaly. The system also includes a data output interface that provides an indication of the identified segment or outputs the identified segment itself.

The patent also describes a measurement device that incorporates this data analysis system. The measurement device includes a measurement interface for capturing a time series of data points, a generator that generates a time domain signal from these data points, and the data analysis system described above. The measurement device also includes a display that can show either the time domain signal or the spectrum waveform. If an anomaly is detected in the spectrum waveform, the display can also show the specific segment that is causing the anomaly.

The patent further includes a method for data analysis that follows a similar process as the data analysis system. The method involves receiving a time domain signal, segmenting it into smaller segments, converting it into a spectrum waveform, detecting anomalies, identifying the segment causing the anomaly, and outputting the identified segment or an indication of it.

Overall, the patent describes a data analysis system, measurement device, and method that can effectively analyze time domain signals and identify anomalies in the spectrum waveform. The system and method provide a way to segment the signal, convert it into the frequency domain, and detect and identify specific segments causing anomalies. The measurement device incorporates this system and allows for easy visualization of the time domain signal and spectrum waveform, along with the identified segments.

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