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HSPA Test & HSPA+ Test

High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) is one of the major movements to achieve highly improved wireless data communications which are essential to support seamless mobile broadband services for unprecedented boomed in the Smartphone and tablet markets. Now, HSPA takes further enhancements to Evolved High Speed Packet Access (HSPA+), a much more cost effective way to provide a better overall wireless experience, and improve wireless communication capacity with upgrades from the existing UMTS networks over 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE).

With all these enhancements, HSPA and HSPA+ user equipment (UE) and base station design and development requires more complex wireless technologies including higher order modulations – up to 64QAM for downlink and 16QAM for uplink, aggregated carriers and MIMO antennas.

Keysight offers a complete HSPA and HSPA+ design and test lifecycle portfolio which is fast, accurate, flexible, and cost-effective. Count on Keysight solutions to help you get your product to market rapidly, while protecting your bottom line. For network operators, Keysight provides the capabilities you need to deliver high-caliber service quality to every customer, every time, everywhere. Accelerate Wireless Design and Test with Flexible, High-Performance Platforms

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Designing and Testing 3GPP W-CDMA Base Stations (Including Femtocells) - Application Note 
W-CDMA is one of several wideband digital cellular technologies competing for the third-generation (3G) cellular market.

Notes d’application 2010-08-01

Concepts of HSDPA - Application Note 
Bringing increased throughput and efficiency to W-CDMA

Notes d’application 2007-01-18

Testing HSDPA functionality and performance in User Equipment 
The objective of this paper is to explain the meaning and the purpose of the new HSDPA performance requirements tests that are part of the HSDPA Release 5 specifications.

Notes d’application 2005-03-01

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