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Key Features & Specifications

Signal analysis

  • LTE-Advanced FDD per 3GPP Release 8-11
  • Carrier aggregation (CA) of up to five contiguous or non-contiguous component carriers (CCs) for uplink and downlink
  • Clustered SC-FDMA and simultaneous PUCCH and PUSCH uplink analysis
  • Runs inside CXA signal analyzers with Windows 7 operating system (standard)


  • Output power level: channel power
  • Transmitted signal quality: EVM, frequency error, time alignment error, I/Q offset, and more; Pinpoint signal impairments with color-coded traces per component carrier such as EVM vs. symbol, EVM vs. subcarrier, detected allocations (subcarrier vs. symbol), constellation diagram, and frame summary
  • Unwanted emissions: SEM, cumulative SEM, ACLR, cumulative ACLR (CACLR), OBW, spurious emissions, transmitter intermodulation
  • All measurements are available for uplink and downlink containing up to five component carriers with contiguous or non-contiguous allocations

Other features

  • Windows 7 operating system and W9080A or W9080B Option 1FP are required in order to use this option
  • License-key upgradeable
  • Fixed and transportable license available
  • SCPI remote user interface


Option 2FP allows you to perform LTE-Advanced FDD RF transmitter measurements for up to five component carriers on eNB and UE devices in time, frequency, and modulation domains as defined by 3GPP TS 36.141 and 36.521 transmitter characteristics. For demodulation measurements, such as EVM and frequency error, the measurement application offers two modes for acquisition of up to 5 carriers. The first mode offers simultaneous acquisition of up to 5 intra band contiguous/ non-contiguous component carriers with a single capture (maximum 25MHz analysis BW), or the second mode which uses an automatic sequencing function, eliminating the need for the wide analysis bandwidth options on X-Series signal analyzers -- reducing the overall test equipment cost.

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