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WLAN 802.11ad/WiGig/WiHD Test and Design

IEEE 802.11ad is an amendment to the 802.11 WLAN standard which enables up to 7 Gbps data rates in the unlicensed and globally available 60 GHz band. With much more spectrum available than the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, the 60 GHz band has wider channels, enabling higher data rates over short distances (1m – 10m). Primary 802.11ad applications will be to remove wires between High-Definition multimedia, computer displays, I/O and peripheral, peer to peer data synchronization and higher speed LAN.

A shared MAC layer with existing 802.11 networks enables session switching between 802.11 networks operating in the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 60 GHz bands, resulting in uninterrupted wireless data communications. The 802.11ad MAC layer has been extended to include beamforming support and address the 60 GHz specific aspects of channel access, synchronization, association, and authentication.

The design and integration of 802.11ad devices present challenges in tackling 10 times higher frequencies and 100 times wider modulation bandwidths than previous WLAN standards. A mix of modulation technologies (both Single Carrier and OFDM) and the use of active directional antennae further complicate matters.

Generate and analyze 802.11ad fully coded PHY waveforms for complete component, subsystem, and system performance at baseband, IF, and millimeter-wave. The Keysight Testbed, Reference Solution combines Keysight software and hardware to provide a flexible testbed for 802.11ad waveform generation and analysis. Software provides the flexibility to generate and analyze 802.11ad waveforms with a wide range of different attributes. Hardware provides the flexibility to support baseband, IF, and millimeter-wave test planes. Create waveform sequences with unique 802.11ad packet structures including Modulation Coding Scheme (MCS), packet length, payload data type, and interpacket gap length, etc.

Keysight 81199A supports WiHD revision 1.0b PHY including HRP and LRP modes.

Learn about New WLAN applications 802.11ac and 802.11ad with these useful resources from Keysight

New 802.11ad Software Solution
 

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802.11ad Waveform Generation and Analysis Testbed, Reference Solution - Configuration Guide 
This solution brochure provides technical information about the Keysight 802.11ad Waveform Generation and Analysis Testbed, Reference Solution

구성 가이드 2016-04-18

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802.11ad Waveform Generation and Analysis Testbed, Reference Solution - Solution Brochure 
This solution brochure provides technical information about the Keysight 802.11ad Waveform Generation and Analysis Testbed, Reference Solution

브로셔 2016-03-02

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What is the difference between IEEE 802.11ac and 802.11ad? 
Microwave & RF article, April 2013. The goal is for all IEEE 802.11 standards to be backward compatible and for 802.11ac and 802.11ad to be compatible at the medium-access-control (MAC) or data-link layer. They should differ only in physical-layer (PHY) characteristics. Read about how that goal is being attained.

기사 2013-04-23

 
이 유용한 키사이트 리소스로 새로운 WLAN 어플리케이션 802.11ac 및 802.11ad에 대해 알아보기 
WLAN 자료 및 세일즈 툴

판촉 자료 2011-10-25

 
키사이트의 유용한 리소스로 새로운 WLAN 어플리케이션 802.11ac 및 802.11ad에 대해 알아보기 
WLAN 자료 및 세일즈 툴

판촉 자료 2011-07-03

 
WiGig 테스트 어플리케이션 노트를 위해 완전하고 유연한 솔루션 창출 (영어)  
새로운 WiGig 제품을 개발할 때는 각 디바이스의 송신기/수신기 부분과 관련된 테스트 문제를 해결해야 합니다. 삼중 대역 디바이스에서 신호에는 세 가지 핵심 속성이 있으며 이들은 모두 2.4GHz, 5.0GHz에서 작동합니다.

어플리케이션 노트 2011-06-13

Custom OFDM Signal Generation Using SystemVue - Application Note 
This application note describes a new comms standard based on OFDM which is provided by SystemVue 2011 to create both simulation and measurement, with links to the new 89600B VSA software for further demodulation and analysis.

어플리케이션 노트 2010-12-09

MIMO Wireless LAN PHY Layer (RF) Operation & Measurement Application Note 1509 
This application note is intended to provide an understanding of MIMO radio operation as it applies to WLAN, and the test configurations for multi-channel radios.

어플리케이션 노트 2008-04-30