WLAN 802.11ac/ax Test and Design
WLAN technology 802.11ac, builds on 802.11n with a wider RF bandwidth (up to 160 MHz), MIMO and high density 1024 QAM modulation. The end result is that WLAN 802.11ac provides high throughput of 1 Gbps below 6 GHz for multiple stations. Building on 802.11ac is the new 802.11ax standard that is predicted to have a top speed of 10 Gbit/s. To achieve this, there is investigation into all the technologies including OFDM, OFDMA, MU-MIMO, higher order modulation and Overlapping Basic Service Sets (OBSS) interference handling.
Keysight’s 802.11 software allows engineers to simulate, view and troubleshoot all 802.11 modulation formats, from BPSK up to 1024 QAM, implemented in components and receivers. For even greater flexibility, the software supports all signal bandwidths, including 20, 40, 80 and 160 MHz, and up to 8x8 MIMO. Using the 89600B VSA 802.11 software, engineers gain greater insight into their next-generation 802.11 WLAN chips and devices, regardless of the 802.11 format implemented.
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Introduction to 802.11ac WLAN Technology and Testing Webcast
Original broadcast Jan 19, 2012
Webcast - recorded