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E5617A Former Product Number

Product Status: Obsolete
This product is no longer available

Description

Note: Model number E5617 has been discontinued; however, the RF System DesignGuide feature/capability is now included in the W2200 Advanced Design System (ADS) Core.

The information below is provided for reference only.

Product Highlights:
Transmitters and Receivers

  • Single-Stage and Double-Stage UpConversion
  • Single-Stage and Double-Stage DownConversion

Types of Measurements

  • Noise Figure(table)
  • Carrier to Noise Ratio (table)
  • Carrier to Intermodulation Products (table)
  • Spurious Response with Swept Input Freq (table and graph)
  • Spurious Response with Swept LO Freq (table and graph)
  • System Large Signal S-parameters (graph)
  • Gain Compression (Graph)
  • Carrier to Intermodulation Products (Graph)

Source Modulation

  • PI/4 DQPSK
  • QPSK
  • 16, 64, 256 QAM
  • IS-95 Forward and Reverse Link
  • CDMA 2000 - Compliant Forward and Reverse Link

Example RF Systems

  • Data Over Cable Network
  • 16 QAM System
  • GSM System
  • Bluetooth Receiver
  • GSM Receiver
  • OFDM Receiver

Additional RF/Analog Sources

  • CDMA forward and reverse link
  • CDMA2000 forward and reverse link
  • WCDMA forward and reverse link
  • GSM/EDGE forward and reverse link
  • WLAN(11a/11b) burst mode, CCK, CCK Burstmode, PBCC, PBCC BurstMode

Product Description:
The RF System DesignGuide configures transmitter and receiver chains using behavioral system models. The DesignGuide provides a complete tool kit to interactively explore Transmitter/Receiver systems at the top level as part of an integrated design process. The inherent capability of ADS allows you to replace all the behavioral models with transistor level circuits. The DesignGuide also facilitates design of a transmitter or receiver by incorporating schematics and data displays that have been pre-configured to create, simulate and measure the performance of the system.
You can use the Transmitter/Receiver Topologies templates to define a system configuration, and then proceed to characterize the performance with respect to quantities such as Noise Figure, Carrier-to-Noise Ratio, Carrier-to-Intermodulation Distortion, etc. The final performance measurement is then observed as the given modulation is applied and quantities such as ACPR and EVM are measured. If more sophisticated sources are required, the Co-Simulation Topologies can be used to easily interface with either a user-defined Ptolemy source or one of the available libraries.