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IoT wireless sensors and the problem of short battery life
Electronic Product Design and Test, Dec 1, 2015 article

Article 2015-12-01

Wireless Power Transfer Efficiency Test with ENA Series Network Analyzers
Option 006 wireless power transfer analysis software in ENA Series network analyzers enable wireless power transfer efficiency measurements in real-time. Advanced 2D/3D simulation feature visualizes the dependency of load impedance.

Article 2015-09-27

IEEE 802.11ah: Wi-Fi below 1 GHz
EDN, August 17, 2015 article by Kevin Qian & Mingyan Wang explains the new IEEE 802.11ah technology for IoT and the test challenges.

Article 2015-08-17

Design of an 8×8 MIMO Broadband RF Subsystem for Future WLAN
Microwave Journal, November 13, 2014 article by Southeast University describes a broadband 8×8 MIMO RF subsystem with large area coverage for next generation WLAN in the 5 GHz band.

Journal 2014-11-13

Designing RFID Tags Using Direct Antenna Matching
This Article by Cory Edelman and Murthy Upmaka describes the design challenges involved in RFID design and also focuses on the use of integrated EDA tools to optimally address the challenges.

Article 2014-07-31

Testing Times in the Continuing Evolution of WLAN
Wireless Design and Development, July 29, 2014 article by Yu Qian describes the evolution of WLAN standards.

Article 2014-07-29

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

MIMO Over-The-Air Research, Development, and Testing
International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, May 2012 article provides information on the many challenges of identifying the optimal channel models and test method(s), for MIMO

Article 2012-05-09

Two-Stage Over-the-Air (OTA) Test Method for LTE MIMO Device Performance Evaluation
International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, February, 2012, article introduces a novel, flexible, and cost-effective method for measuring MIMO OTA using a two-stage approach.

Article 2012-03-28

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

What every engineer needs to know about MIMO operation and measurement
Utilizing MIMO to its fullest potential requires the engineer to have basic knowledge of its operation and measurement. This EP&T article by Agilent boils this knowledge down into 9 fundamental facts.

Article 2010-09-15

The MIMO Antenna: Unseen, Unloved, Untested!
Microwave Journal (August 2010) article (.pdf) written by Agilent’s Moray Rumney. With the shift of MIMO from theory to real world this article focuses on performance testing in real world conditions.

Article 2010-08-20

Measuring MIMO In LTE Tx And Rx Tests
Find the right combination of LTE test instruments and techniques to evaluate the performance of Long Term Evolution (LTE) components and systems under real-world conditions. A link to the MWJ article by Agilent.

Article 2010-08-18

A primer on MIMO in LTE
An article in Electronic Products, written by Agilent’s Jan Whitacre, exploring the special employment of multiple-input, multiple-output radios to utilize spectrum in Long Term Evolution (LTE) systems.

Article 2010-02-01

Understanding the Operation and Test of a Bluetooth Enhanced Data Rate Radio
Helen Mills, Agilent Technologies, Microwave Journal

Article 2009-12-16

Using a design-to-test capability for LTE MIMO
Article written for RF DesignLine by Keysight experts explains how system-level simulation helps engineers gain valuable insight into design sensitivities of LTE MIMO systems.

Case Study 2009-07-10

Dual Channel MIMO Measurements for WiMAX™ Wave 2
In WiMAX Wave 2 systems, a variety of dual-channel measurements can provide essential insight into their operation and performance. Article written by Ben Zarlingo and linked with permission from Wireless Design and Development.

Article 2009-06-26

New Solutions Put Wireless To The Test
Recent advances have made it possible for test vendors to provide off-the-shelf chipset-specific solutions for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and WiMAX RF test. Linked with permission from Mobile Dev & design.

Article 2009-06-11

Understanding the Impact of Channel Effects on MIMO System Performance
Link to article published in the March 2009 issue of Microwave Product Digest discusses unique test and measurement challenges of implementing MIMO in a wireless system

Article 2009-04-28

MIMO and the Battle Between LTE and WiMAX™
Link to April 10, 2009 Microwave Journal executive interview with Andy Botka and Carla Feldman regarding the PXB MIMO Receiver Test and the broader issue of LTE and WiMAX development.

Article 2009-04-10

Test solutions soup up for 4G
Link to April 9, 2009 Microwave Journal editorial. Test equipment manufacturers are providing more capability by relying on the latest hardware and software for feature-rich and easy to use solutions with impressive raw performance.

Article 2009-04-09

A Day in the Life of a Mobile WiMAX™ Handset
April 2009 featured article in Microwave Products Digest

Article 2009-04-01

Using Base Station and MIMO Channel Emulators for Mobile WiMAX Devices
This article describes how a channel emulator can be used to characterize the performance of a MIMO receiver. The testing was done in stages of increasing complexity, namely testing under AWGN conditions, MIMO testing with known static channels, and finally testing with channels chosen to represent “real world” behavior.

Article 2009-01-11


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