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N8300A Wireless Networking Test Set

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Key Features & Specifications

  • Increase your manufacturing test throughput with fast, accurate standards-based measurements
  • Multi-format - complete one-box transmitter and receiver test solution for mobile and Fixed WiMAX™ devices and modules - and now WLAN 802.11a, b, g and n measurements are also supported
  • MIMO/Multi-port Connectivity (option 404) for WLAN 802.11n and WiMAX™ manufacturing test using Broadcast Mode
  • For chipset automation software for WiMAX/WLAN device and module test, refer to the new N7300 series chipset software
  • Repeatable measurement results from development through to production using industry leading R&D test tools and common algorithms
  • Simplify test development with an easy-to-use graphical user interface and SCPI programming: Comprehensive connectivity: USB, 100baseT LAN and GPIB
  • WiMAX frequency ranges covered today: 1.765 to 1.815 GHz, 2.15 to 2.7 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz and 4.8 to 6.0 GHz
  • Software upgrades along with a flexible hardware structure protects your investment in the N8300A for future wireless technologies


The N8300A is a one-box RF parametric test set targeting manufacturing and design engineers who need a standard-compliant 802.16d and/or e physical layer (PHY) test tool for fixed and Mobile WiMAX™, and/or WLAN Tx and Rx applications. Based on an architecture comprising an integrated Vector Signal Analyzer (VSA) and Vector Signal Generator (VSG), the N8300A provides a graphical user interface, a SCPI interface and consistency of software and measurements with industry leading WiMAX R&D test tools that enables fast test development.

Option 404 (MIMO/Multi-port Connectivity) has Broadcast mode, providing parallel, multiple device-under-test (DUT) receiver calibration and test. Broadcast mode can transmit the same signal from all four ports (RF In/Out 1 to 4) simultaneously, individually or any other permutation. Notably full high output power is always available on all ports under all permutations. This gives faster receiver calibration and test leading to the greatest device throughput.