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89601A-BHC RFID Modulation Analysis

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Key Features & Specifications

Troubleshoot and evaluate your RFID signal physical layer

  • Supported standards: ISO 18000-4 Mode-1, ISO 18000-6 Type-A, ISO 18000-6 Type-B, ISO 18092, ISO 14443 Type A, and EPCglobal C1-G2. Can be used to analyze several other RFID standards
  • Analysis: Forward (interrogator), Return (tag)


Option BHC provides a multitude of measurements, error information, and multiple displays for analysis and troubleshooting RFID PHY layer performance.

Gain a greater insight on your signal with a wide range of RFID measurements:

  • Frequency - center frequency, power, occupied bandwidth, ACPR, spur search to 26 GHz
  • Time - CW rise/fall time, over/under shoot, settling time
  • Modulation - modulation depth, modulation index, tari D0/D1, bit rate, frequency error, ASK error, turnaround time

Gather more information of your RFID signals with easy-to-use analysis tools:

  • Automatic burst identification and link direction detection, with visual markers for easy, at-a-glance viewing
  • Trigger magnitude holdoff type (above/below) for more reliable triggering
  • Time domain statistics, error traces, and burst timing relationship table provide detailed signal troubleshooting information
  • Choose from burst modulation analysis, CW analysis, or both
  • High resolution spectrum analysis
  • Advanced general purpose and standard-specific modulation analysis options
  • An extensive suite of time-domain analysis tools for burst analysis
  • Keysight exclusive 'below level' triggering, and easy burst identification arrows, for easier and more reliable RFID measurements

Choose the measurement platform that meets your performance and budget needs:

  • Compatible with more than 30 Keysight measurement platforms
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  • Choose low cost scopes when budget is tight
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