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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 wireless technologies presents challenges in designing and testing of components, modules and devices that make our connected world possible. As the world’s leading electronic measurement company, Keysight continues to be at the forefront offering a full portfolio of 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 standards. As an active member of the wireless standards bodies that define the technologies, we have been at the forefront of providing standard-compliant wireless test and design tools across all the technologies from Bluetooth to 60 GHz 802.11ad. 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 IoT, 5G, Cellular, MIMO and WLAN Test.

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Bluetooth Audio Test with the N4010A Wireless Connectivity Test Set - Application Note 
This application note illustrates how the N4010A test set can be used in a variety of different test scenarios for testing Bluetooth audio.

Application Note 2007-08-23

MIMO Manufacturing Solution - Application Note 
Compares two of the most popular MIMO manufacturing test methodologies, including examples to illustrate the relative merits.

Application Note 2007-07-10

N4010A Programming Made Easy for WLAN Applications - Application Note 
This application note shows WLAN test developers and application engineers how to create effective integration test plans and manufacturing test sequences for the N4010A test set.

Application Note 2007-04-17

P-Series Power Meter N1911A/N1912A IEEE 802.16 WiMAX™ Measurement Application 
This article covers the technical overview and features, benefits and specifications of the P-Series power meters and sensors for IEEE 802.16 WiMAX measurement applications.

Application Note 2007-03-21

RF Testing of WLAN Products- Application Note 
This Application note discusses the modulation technology behind several wireless LAN standards and the measurement techniques that can be used to trouble shoot and quantify their RF performance.

Application Note 2007-01-10

Current Drain Analysis Enhances WLAN Network Card Design and Test - Application Note 
This application note explains how to simplify the complex task of accurately measuring and evaluating the current drain of a WLAN network card for its various operating modes.

Application Note 2006-12-14

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

Bluetooth® Manufacturing Test, A Guide to Getting Started - Application Note 
Gain an understanding of important technical issues and considerations for manufacturing Bluetooth® technology products, including what to test, how long it takes, tradeoffs, and optimizing throughput.

Application Note 2006-10-12

PSA Performance Spectrum Analyzer Series: Amplitude Accuracy 
This Product Note describes the excellent amplitude accuracy performance of the new PSA Performance Spectrum Analyzer Series.

Application Note 2006-08-31

Highly Accurate Amplifier ACLR and ACPR Testing with the Keysight N5182A MXG Vector Signal Generator 
This note discusses ACLR/ACPR as a key performance characteristic for power amplifiers used to test wireless communications systems and how the Keysight MXG vector signal generator is used to test them.

Application Note 2006-08-30

Bluetooth Enhanced Data Rate (EDR): The Wireless Evolution - Application Note 
This application note recaps the evolution from the core v1.0 specification to v2.0+EDR, and includes a detailed look at the EDR standard with test cases for provisional testing of Tx and Rx designs.

Application Note 2006-05-02

The ABC's of Arbitrary Waveform Generation 
The ABC's of Arbitrary Waveform Generation

Application Note 2006-01-20

Keysight Ultrawideband Communication RF Measurements - AN 1488 
This application note is written for people who need to understand the configuration and testing of ultra-wideband (UWB) devices, and some of the issues surrounding their use.

Application Note 2005-07-29

WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 3: Troubleshooting Symbols and Improving Demodulation 
This application note is the third in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-26

WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 2: Demodulating and Troubleshooting the Subframe Application Note 
This application note is the second in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-05

WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 1: Making Frequency and Time Measurements Application Note 
This application note is the first in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-05

WiMAX Concepts and RF Measurements - Application Note 
This application note reviews the RF characteristics of the 256 carrier OFDM air interface defined in 802.16-2004 and the RF parametric tests that can be performed with Keysight test solutions.

Application Note 2005-01-05

Verifying Bluetooth; Baseband Signals Using Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes (AN 1333-3) 
This Application Note is a collaboration of Keysight and Texas Instruments' Bluetooth application engineering team and high-performance Bluetooth chipset. It highlights some key Bluetooth baseband measurements performed using an MSO.

Application Note 2004-09-09

89441A Vector Signal Analyzer Phase Noise Measurements 
The procedure takes you step-by-step through a phase noise measurement on the 89441A using two methods: direct spectrum and PM demodulation. No options are required to make this measurement.

Application Note 2004-07-26

N4010A Wireless Connectivity Test Set Performance Guide, Application Note 
This guide characterizes the performance of the N4010A wireless connectivity test set and the 89601A vector signal analysis (VSA) software combination

Application Note 2004-06-29

Next-Generation WLAN Manufacturing Test Solutions 
This application note begins with a brief introduction to IEEE 802.11 technologies, followed by a description of the golden radio-based test system and its main limitations for WLAN manufacturing.

Application Note 2004-05-28

Ultra-wideband Communication RF Measurements 

Application Note 2004-05-21

E4438C Signal Studio for Bluetooth® - Application Note 
This application note is a self-guided tutorial that describes the test signals that can be created with Signal Studio for Bluetooth®.

Application Note 2003-10-16

Using the E4438C ESG and Signal Studio for 802.11 WLAN Receiver Testing 
This 16 page application note describes how to properly construct the MAC header, user files, and frames for WLAN signal generation using Signal Studio software.

Application Note 2003-10-09

Receiver Minimum Input Level Sensitivity 
Receiver minimum input level sensitivity is the minimum specified rf level of a WLAN signal that a WLAN receiver will receive and demodulate.

Application Note 2003-09-22


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