Magnetic Tunnel Junction devices find use in several applications based on the exploitation of the Spin-Transfer Torque phenomenon. The Ferromagnetic Resonance curve is a key characteristic of any Magnetic Tunnel Junctions. It is usually characterized both experimentally and numerically by performing a lot of measurements of the magnetic response to a sinusoidal field or current. Here we propose the use of a chirp signal as excitation signal to reconstruct the Ferromagnetic resonance curve with a single measurement/simulation. A micromagnetic comparison of the proposed method with the traditional one is shown.