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MIMO Test

As a world leader in test and measurement solutions, Keysight Technologies continues to be at the forefront of emerging markets such as MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output). A challenging antenna technology, MIMO ultimately will improve spectral efficiency (bit/sec/Hz), signal quality and cell coverage. But being an evolving standard, it provides hidden roadblocks and requires a new suite of measurements. Our engineers, experts in test and measurement, are making the new measurements easier for you to analyze and troubleshoot your system. From R&D through integration and manufacturing, Keysight has test equipment to provide insight into these complex signals and allow you to meet your time to market goals. Accelerate Wireless Design and Test with Flexible, High-Performance Platforms

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Tackling MIMO Design and Test Challenges for 802.11ac WLAN 
This article from Microwave Journal shows how the system engineer can use system simulation to help understand the design performance and design requirements needed to achieve transmitter system-level metrics such as EVM.

Article 2012-03-11

 
What every engineer needs to know about MIMO operation and measurement 
Utilizing MIMO to its fullest potential requires the engineer to have basic knowledge of its operation and measurement. This EP&T article by Agilent boils this knowledge down into 9 fundamental facts.

Article 2010-09-15

 
Understanding the Impact of Channel Effects on MIMO System Performance  
Link to article published in the March 2009 issue of Microwave Product Digest discusses unique test and measurement challenges of implementing MIMO in a wireless system

Article 2009-04-28

 
Addressing the new challenges of MIMO wireless LAN manufacturing test 
Article reprint from RF Design. New test equipment and techniques can keep the testing costs within the range of that for 802.11a/g systems.

Article 2006-10-01

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