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802.11 WLAN Test

Driving the need for new wireless connectivity is the relentless demand for data capacity. More connected devices in homes and businesses, more data-intensive applications on smartphones and tablets, and mobile network operators offloading data connections to WiFi all contribute to the need for solutions such as the higher speed and capacity of the new 802.11ac and 802.11ad Wireless LAN variants. At the other end of the scale, the simple sensors such as smart meters and inventory management tools which are envisaged as components of the “Internet of Things” (IoT), are driving the need for low-rate, highly efficient communications solutions. 802.11ah and 802.11af Wireless LAN are optimized for a range of approximately 1 kilometer and operate in frequency ranges below 1GHz.

Keysight has the industry’s most extensive offering of WLAN test instruments, tools, and systems to bring insight into your work in R&D, validation and manufacturing. 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 WLAN Test and MIMO.

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Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11) Design & Verification 
This course will help you understand: WLAN technology and system architecture; IEEE802.11a/g standards; deployment and development issues; design and verification issues; and design, testing and troubleshooting techniques.

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Understanding Available Measurement Techniques for Spurious or Unknown Signals Webcast 
Original broadcast February 25, 2015

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Wireless LAN Technology Fundamentals 
Learn the applications, standards, and implementation of Wireless LAN. Includes IEEE 802.11a and b, physical and MAC layers, and interoperability issues.

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