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WLAN 802.11 RF Test Matrix

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802.11 WLAN RF Tests
IEEE 802.11 RF Layer Tests IEEE 802.11
Standard
IEEE Reference
(802.11-2007)
(802.11n-2009)
(802.11ac-2013)
IEEE Reference
(802.11-2012) (802.11ac-2013) or applicaable Regional Std
X-Series signal analyzer with N9077A WLAN measurement application 89600 VSA Software with WLAN modulation anlaysis option5 Vector signal generator with N7617B Signal Studio software for WLAN E6640A EXM Wireless Test Set with V9077B WLAN measurement application N4010A Wireless Connectivity Test Set -103 for Wireless LAN P-Series/EPM-P Series Power Meters

WLAN Transmitter Tests 

                 
Transmit power  802.11a/g  17.3.9.1  18.3.9.2  X  X    X  X  X4
   802.11b  18.4.7.1  17.4.7.2  X  X    X  X  X4
   802.11g  19.4.7.1  19.4.8.2  X  X    X  X  X4
   802.11n  20.3.21.3  20.3.20.3  X  X    X  X  X4
   802.11p  20.3.21.3  Annex D Table 2.2  X  X    X    
      FCC 47 CFR[B8] Sect 90.375 & 95.111  X  X    X    
       ETSI 302 571 Sect 6.3 (ETSI 202 663 Sect 5.3)  X  X    X    
Spectrum mask 802.11a/g 17.3.9.2 18.3.9.3 X     X X  
  802.11b 18.4.7.3 17.4.7.4 X     X X  
  802.11g 19.5.4   X     X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.1 20.3.20.1 X     X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.1 22.3.18.1 X     X    
  802.11p 22.3.18.1 Annex D2.3 table D-4, D-5 and D-6 X     X    
      FCC 47 CFR[B8]Sect 90.377, 95.1509, X     X    
      ETSI 302 571 Sect 6.4 X     X    
Transmission spurious 802.11a/g 17.3.9.3 18.3.9.4 X X1        
  802.11b 18.4.6.8   X X1        
Center frequency tolerance 802.11a/g  17.3.9.4  18.3.9.5 X X   X X  
  802.11b 18.4.7.4.5 17.4.7.5 X X   X X  
  802.11g 19.4.7.2 19.4.8.3 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.4 20.3.20.4 X X   X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.3 22.3.18.3 X X   X    
Symbol clock frequency tolerance

802.11a/g
 

 

  18.3.9.6 X X   X X  
  802.11b 17.3.9.5 17.4.7.6 X X   X X  
  802.11g 19.4.7.3 19.4.8.4 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.6 20.3.20.6 X X   X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.3 22.3.18.3 X X   X    
Power rise/fall 802.11b 17.4.7.6 17.4.7.7 X     X X X
Carrier suppression 802.11b 18.4.7.7 17.4.7.8 X     X X  
Center frequency leakage 802.11a 17.3.9.6.1 18.3.9.7.2 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.7.2 20.3.20.7.2 X X   X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.4.2 22.3.18.4.2 X X   X    
Spectral flatness 802.11a 17.3.9.6.2 18.3.9.7.3 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.2 20.3.20.2 X X   X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.2 22.3.18.2 X  X    X    
Constellation error 802.11a 17.3.9.6.3 18.3.9.7.4 X X   X X  
  802.11b 18.4.7.8 17.4.7.9 X X   X X  
  802.11a/g 19.7.2.7 19.7.3.8 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.7.3 20.3.20.7.3 X X   X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.4.3 22.3.18.4.3 X X   X    
Modulation accuracy (EVM)
 
802.11a/g 17.3.9.7 18.3.9.8 X X   X X  
  802.11b 18.4.7.8 17.4.7.9 X X   X X  
  802.11g 19.7.2.7 19.7.3.8 X X   X X  
  802.11n 20.3.21.7.4 20.3.20.7.4 X X   X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.18.4.4 22.3.18.4.4 X X   X    

WLAN Transceiver Tests

                 
Out-of-band spurious emission 802.11a 17.3.8.4 18.3.9.4 X X1        
  802.11g 19.4.3 19.4.4 X X1        
WLAN Receiver Tests                  
Sensitivity 802.11a/g 17.3.10.1 18.3.10.2     X3 X3 X3  
  802.11b 18.4.8.1 17.4.8.2     X3 X3 X3  
  802.11g 19.5.1 19.5.2
19.6.2
    X3 X3 X3  
  802.11n 20.3.22.1 20.3.21.1     X3 X3 X3  
  802.11ac 22.3.19.1  22.3.19.1     X3 X3    
Maximum input level 802.11a 17.3.10.4 18.3.10.5     X X X  
  802.11b 18.4.8.2 17.4.8.3     X X X  
  802.11g 19.5.3 19.5.4     X X X  
  802.11n 20.3.22.4 20.3.21.4     X X X  
  802.11ac 22.3.19.4 22.3.19.4     X X X  
Adjacent channel rejection 802.11a/g 17.3.10.2 18.3.10.3     X2 X2 X2  
  802.11b 18.4.8.3 17.4.8.4     X2 X2 X2  
  802.11g 19.5.2 19.5.3
19.6.3
    X2 X2 X2  
  802.11n 20.3.22.2 20.3.21.2     X2 X2 X2  
  802.11ac 22.3.19.2 22.3.19.2     X2 X2    
  802.11p   18.3.10.3     X2 X2    
      ETSI 302 571 Sect 6.8 (ETSI 202 663 Sect 5.5 Table 4)     X2 X2    
Non-adjacent channel rejection 802.11a 17.3.10.3 18.3.10.4     X2 X2 X2  
  802.11n 20.3.22.3 20.3.21.3     X2 X2 X2  
  802.11ac 22.3.19.3 22.3.19.3     X2 X2    
  802.11p   18.3.10.3     X2 X2    
      ETSI 302 571 Sect 6.8 (ETSI 202 663 Sect 5.5 Table 4 )     X2 X2    
Clear channel assessment 802.11a/g 17.3.10.5 18.3.10.6     X6 X6 X6  
  802.11b 18.4.8.4 17.4.8.5     X6 X6 X6  
  802.11g 19.1.2 19.4.7     X6 X6 X6  
  802.11n 20.3.22.5 20.3.21.5     X6 X6 X6  
  802.11ac 22.3.19.5 22.3.19.5     X6 X6    

1 Requires spectrum analyzer mode.

2 Use a second signal generator as interferer. CW interference (for blocking tests) can be generated using Keysight N5182A MXG or E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator

3 Test signal is fully-coded, which enables vendor-specific PER measurements to be performe N5182B, N5172B, N5182A MXG, E4438C ESG, E8267D, E6640A, N4010A and M9381A do not perform PER measurements.

4 Thermal sensor gives true rms power reading. Peak detector under-reads peak-average result when OFDM/modulation is applied. P-series power meters offer gating for accurate power measurements on bursted signals.

5 89600 VSA software can be used with a variety of digitizers including: X-Series Signal Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, Logic Analyzers, PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer, ESA-E Series Spectrum Analyzer, N4010A Wireless Connectivity Test Set.

6 Test signal is fully-coded, which enables vendor-specific Clear channel assessment to be performe. N5182B, N5172B, N5182A MXG, E4438C ESG, E8267D, E6640A, N4010A and M9381A do not perform Clear channel assessment measurements.