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Insight. It comes upon you in a flash. And you know at once you have something special. At Keysight Technologies, the foundation is our unique mix of hardware, software and people. You can count on test equipment and design software that is built on more than 75 years of leadership in measurement science.

The continuing innovation across new and existing cellular technologies present challenges in designing and testing of mobile networks and devices. As the world’s leading electronic measurement company, Keysight technologies continues to be at the forefront offering full portfolio of cellular test and design solutions that span the entire lifecycle – from simulation to R&D, design verification and pre-conformance, conformance, manufacturing, through network deployment and service assurance.

We know what it takes for your designs to meet the latest cellular standards. As an active member of 3GPP and other most influential wireless standards bodies and leading 5G forums and consortia, we have been at the forefront of providing standard-compliant cellular test and design tools from the legacy 1G through latest 4G technologies, and maintain our leadership position by providing the largest array of design and test solutions for 5G research covering simulation and test.

We design our instruments to be future-proof, making it easier for you to evolve with changing technologies and stay on the leading edge. You can carry your investment forward with consistent measurement science that spans research and development today and extends to manufacturing and deployment in the future.

Our engineers, experts in design and test, are available to advise, assist and augment your teams all around the world. Our expertise is also readily available through white papers, application notes and webcasts for 5G, Cellular, MIMO and WLAN Test.


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Bluetooth® RF Measurement Fundamentals - Application Note 
Bluetooth® is an open specification for a wireless personal area network. It provides limited range RF connectivity for voice and data transmissions between information appliances.

Application Note 2006-10-12

Embedded Automation with the E6601A Wireless Communications Test Set Application Note 
This application note demonstrates how to use the built-in capability of the E6601A test set to develop a simple program for automated testing.

Application Note 2006-09-01

Testing Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (R&D only) - Application Note 
With nearly 200 GCF conformance and interoperability PoC test cases now in existence, testing the compliance of PoC to industry standards is essential and Keysight's made it easy.

Application Note 2006-07-27

Applications Testing with the Keysight 8960 Series 10 Wireless Test Set (R&D only) - Application Note 
The 8960 (E5515C) and Keysight lab applications help you throroughly test to current technology standards.

Application Note 2006-03-27

Multi-mode Handset Manufacturing Challenges and Solutions - Application Note 
This application note explains the characteristics that make multi-mode user equipment difficult to test, and provides solutions to streamline UE testing while ensuring conformance to industry standards.

Application Note 2005-11-16

Measuring Power on the EDGE 
New measurement technique allows designers to make EDGE power measurements without trading off accuracy for measurement speed has been published in CommsDesign. By Dave Dunne, April 2004.

Application Note 2005-10-15

How Digitally Generated Faded Signals Reduce Cost of Test (R&D only) - Application Note 
Reduce cost of test, simplify testing and be assured of accuracy using digitally integrated, calibrated noise and fading patterns.

Application Note 2005-08-15

Phase and Amplitude versus Time (PAvT) Measurement Solution - Application Note 
This paper explains how measuring phase and amplitude versus time in mobile wireless appliances enables the characterization of the wireless device’s power amplifier.

Application Note 2005-08-12

HSDPA in the Keysight Technologies 8960 Wireless Communications Test Set - Application Note 
This paper explains the various HSDPA connection types and provides details of the E5515C’s HSDPA FDD and HSDPA measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-23

Performing W-CDMA Tx Dynamic Power Measurements Using the 8960 - Product Note 
This paper illustrates how to use the Tx dynamic power measurement to measure W-CDMA UE power sequences.

Application Note 2005-06-15

8 Hints for Making and Interpreting EVM Measurements Application Note 
This document provides tips on error vector magnitude (EVM) measurements. EVM provides insight into the performance of digital communications transmitters and receivers. EVM can pinpoint signal degradations.

Application Note 2005-05-20

Digital Radio Theory and Measurements (AN 355A) 
This Application Note is for information only. Keysight no longer sells or supports these products.

Application Note 2005-05-20

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Testing HSDPA functionality and performance in User Equipment 
The objective of this paper is to explain the meaning and the purpose of the new HSDPA performance requirements tests that are part of the HSDPA Release 5 specifications.

Application Note 2005-03-01

EGPRS Test: Meeting the challenges of 8PSK modulation 
This application note describes the 8PSK, the modulation format chosen by ETSI for EDGE, and illustrates Keysight’s time-saving test methods for power measurement, modulation accuracy, IQ modulator tuning, and test modes.

Application Note 2005-02-28

Mastering the New Base Stations: Design and Test of ADPA and Digital Transceivers for 3G Radios. 
This paper examines adaptive digital pre-distortion (ADPD) technology and the test challenges associated with implementing ADPD amplifiers and digital radio transceivers.

Application Note 2005-02-01

PNA - Antenna/RCS - Reduce Measurement Test Times 
This white paper describes new technology features applicable to antenna/RCS measurements, configuration diagrams, typical antenna/RCS measurement scenarios, and measurement time comparisons.

Application Note 2004-12-20

Understanding Measurement of 1xEV-DO Access Terminals (AN 1414) 
Basic concepts of 1xEV-DO, Forward link receiver measurements, Reverse link, and more...

Application Note 2004-12-10

Developing an EGPRS Mobile Manufacturing Test Plan 
This paper explains the unique attributes of EGPRS, which can impact test development. To help engineers create suitable test programs, the paper also explains the strengths and drawbacks of various signalling and instrument test modes.

Application Note 2004-05-24

Incremental Redundancy in EGPRS 
Illustrates methods for testing incremental redundancy and wireless device receiver performance.

Application Note 2004-05-21

8960 TIA/EIA-98-D Capability Listing 
8960 Series 10 TIA/EIA-98-D Capability Listing for the E1962B and E6701A.

Application Note 2004-02-20

E4438C Signal Studio for 1xEV-DO Application Note 
This application note is a self-guided tutorial describing the test signals that can be created with Signal Studio for 1xEV-DO.

Application Note 2003-06-13

Designing and Testing cdma2000 Base Stations (AN 1357) - Application Note 
This Application Note describes base station design and measurement issues at the physical...

Application Note 2003-02-25

Designing and Testing 3GPP W-CDMA User Equipment - Application Note 
This Application Note focuses on the physical layer (layer 1) of the Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) mode of W-CDMA.

Application Note 2003-02-21

Configuring the GSM/GPRS Lab Application for E-OTD Performance Testing (R&D only) - Application Note 
Configuring the GSM/GPRS Lab Application for E-OTD Performance Testing

Application Note 2003-01-30

Designing and Testing cdma2000 Mobile Stations - Application Note 1358 
One of the proposals for the IMT-2000 requirements for a 3G global wireless communications system is cdma2000. This application note describes mobile station design and measurement issues at the physical layer (layer 1) that may be different between cdma2000 and cdmaOne.

Application Note 2003-01-13

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