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V9065B Sequence Analyzer Application for EXM and EXF

Product Status: Discontinued | Currently Supported
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Key Features & Specifications

Measurement set-up parameters

  • Typical BTS and UE calibration measurements such as transmit power, phase and frequency at different frequency and amplitude levels
  • Perform simultaneous unwanted emissions for BTS and UE verification tests (OBW, ACP, SEM) and transmitted signal quality (EVM, Freq error etc.) measurements on a single acquisition data
  • Tabular user interface showing the parameter, measurement, and result list for easy viewing
  • Fast and cost effective switched MIMO manufacturing testing of WLAN MIMO devices and femtocells

Access features

  • License key upgradable
  • Fixed and transportable license available
  • SCPI remote user interface

Ordering information

  • Option 1FP - Downlink sequence analyzer on EXF
  • Option 2FP - Uplink sequence analyzer on EXM (standard)
  • Option SFP - Fast switched MIMO (up to 3x3) on EXM and EXF
  • Option 3FP/3TP – Zigbee measurements in sequence analyzer
  • Option 4FP/4TP – Z-Wave measurements in sequence analyzer


The sequence analyzer combines speed with flexibility, with all actions executed rapidly and without interruption, even if the measurements involved use different radio standards. For example, it is possible to switch from an LTE EVM measurement to a W-CDMA SEM measurement without stopping the sequence and starting a new one. The single acquisition multiple measurement technique used in the sequence analyzer provides high-speed calibration and verification of your femtocell and UE for maximum throughput. Using the sequence analyzer makes it easy to rapidly ramp up to and optimize full-volume manufacturing.

The fast switched MIMO measurement capability gives you a cost-effective way to measure WLAN MIMO-enabled femtocell and wireless devices. All of your WLAN MIMO measurement results can be obtained simply and easily. With this measurement capability, you do not need to set up a multi-channel, multi-box MIMO testing system.