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Correlating Microwave Measurements between Handheld and Benchtop Analyzers - Application Note
This application note discusses the powerful capabilities of modern-day handheld analyzers and includes measurement comparisons between FieldFox handheld analyzers and several benchtop instruments.

Application Note 2013-11-17

Measuring the Burst Time-Gated Power Signal of Wireless Technologies Using Keysight Power Sensors
Measuring pulse, burst, or modulated signals for wireless technologies such as TDMA, GSM, WLAN, WiMAX, and LTE is very important because it is part of functionality testing and power amplifier module verification during the manufacturing process.

Application Note 2013-07-08

Techniques for Precise Measurement Calibrations in the Field - Application Note
This app note discusses recent advances in VNA calibration and compares measurements made on a FieldFox analyzer using different calibration types for a variety of RF and microwave devices.

Application Note 2012-08-30

Techniques for Precise Cable and Antenna Measurements in the Field - Application Note
This app note introduces measurement and calibration techniques for cable and antenna testing using FieldFox handheld analyzers.

Application Note 2012-08-30

Techniques for Precise Interference Measurements in the Field - Application Note
This app note discusses the different types of interference in current and new systems and methods to measure a variety of interference types using spectrum analyzers such the FieldFox Series.

Application Note 2012-08-30

EXT Wireless Communications Test Set Non-signaling Test Overview
This application note explains how non-signaling test methods make it possible for manufacturers to reduce both test times and test equipment costs across a range of wireless technologies

Application Note 2012-08-01

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WiMAX Receiver Basics: Operation of a Dual Channel WiMAX Receiver
The diagram shows a simplified version of a typical WiMAX™ mobile station (MS) receiver. The bold dashed lines indicate the major feedback loops. As we work through the design, we can identify how these impact testing.

Application Note 2012-06-05

IEEE 802.16e WiMAX OFDMA Signal Measurements and Troubleshooting, AN 1578
This note provides a broad overview of measurement and troubleshooting approaches for OFDMA signals, and is not limited to digital demodulation or modulation quality analysis.

Application Note 2011-02-17

Solutions for MIMO RF Test and Debug
Ensuring Quick and Accurate Four-Channel, Phase-Coherent MIMO Measurements

Application Note 2010-07-14

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Solutions for Characterizing High-Power Devices—Using X-parameters to Make Nonlinear Measurements of
This “Solutions for…” app note discusses X-parameters used to properly characterize and understand the behavior of high power amplifiers, as engineers push them to their limit, into nonlinear operation.

Application Note 2010-03-04

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Fading WiMAX™ testing with Keysight's E6651A and an Elektrobit Propsim C8
This application note describes how to perform receiver testing in a faded environment with the E6651A Mobile WiMAX test set, the N6422C Wireless Test Manager software and a channel emulator

Application Note 2009-12-07

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Fading WiMAX™ testing with Agilents E6651A and an Azimuth ACE
This application note describes how to perform receiver testing in a faded environment with the E6651A Mobile WiMAX test set, the N6422C Wireless Test Manager software and a channel emulator - the Azimuth ACE MX radio channel emulator in this case.

Application Note 2009-10-07

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Using X-Series Signal Analyzers for Measuring and Troubleshooting Digitally Modulated Signals
Signal analysis in digital modulation applications takes many forms, ranging from straight forward spectrum analysis of CW oscillators to demodulation and modulation quality analysis in R&D to simple go/no-go final tests in manufacturing.

Application Note 2009-09-02

Mobile WiMAX™ PHY Layer (RF) Operation and Measurement
This application note describes the operation and physical layer measurements of 802.16e OFDMA Mobile WiMAX devices.

Application Note 2008-07-17

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Optimizing Power Savings on WiMax and Other Cellular WWAN Interface Devices - Application Note
This document describes how to optimze power savings on WiMax and other cellular WWAN interface devices.

Application Note 2008-07-15

Power Accuracy in Receiver Test
This application note tells how power measurement inaccuracy affects receiver tests, and shows you how to use external variable attenuators to increase accuracy and speed.

Application Note 2008-07-09

Mobile WiMAX™ Manufacturing Test with the N8300A
This document describes how to use the N8300A wireless networking test set for WiMax manufacturing test, including an explanation of required test measurements for mobile stations.

Application Note 2008-04-11

Optimizing Speed for WiMAX Measurements
Application note describing the settings and recommendations to optimize the throughput for making Mobile WiMAX™ measurements using the MXA signal analyzer N9020A and N9075A 802.16 OFDMA measurement application.

Application Note 2007-10-01

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MIMO Manufacturing Solution - Application Note
Compares two of the most popular MIMO manufacturing test methodologies, including examples to illustrate the relative merits.

Application Note 2007-07-10

P-Series Power Meter N1911A/N1912A IEEE 802.16 WiMAX™ Measurement Application
This article covers the technical overview and features, benefits and specifications of the P-Series power meters and sensors for IEEE 802.16 WiMAX measurement applications.

Application Note 2007-03-21

Highly Accurate Amplifier ACLR and ACPR Testing with the Keysight N5182A MXG Vector Signal Generator
This note discusses ACLR/ACPR as a key performance characteristic for power amplifiers used to test wireless communications systems and how the Keysight MXG vector signal generator is used to test them.

Application Note 2006-08-30

WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 3: Troubleshooting Symbols and Improving Demodulation
This application note is the third in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-26

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WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 2: Demodulating and Troubleshooting the Subframe Application Note
This application note is the second in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-05

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WiMAX Signal Analysis Part 1: Making Frequency and Time Measurements Application Note
This application note is the first in a 3-part series that presents an approach to WiMAX (802.16-2004) signal analysis that yields the greatest level of understanding and reliability in measurements.

Application Note 2005-07-05

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WiMAX Concepts and RF Measurements
This application note reviews the RF characteristics of the 256 carrier OFDM air interface defined in 802.16-2004 and the RF parametric tests that can be performed with Keysight test solutions.

Application Note 2005-01-05