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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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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.

Article 2013-04-23

 
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

 
802.11ac Wireless LAN: what’s new and the impact on design and test 
EE times article by Agilent’s Mirin Lew describing the 802.11ac, the technical challenges and comparisons to earlier technologies.

Article 2011-11-09

 
Caution: MIMO Test Challenges Ahead 
Article published by Wireless Design & Development on MIMO testing challenges and methods to achieve higher data rates such as two0 and four-channel MIMO.

Article 2010-09-20

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