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N5172B EXG X-Series RF Vector Signal Generator, 9 kHz to 6 GHz

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Making Noise in RF Receivers - White Paper
In this white paper, you will learn what the AWGN and phase noise are and how to correctly and accurately apply the noise to your desired signal for receiver performance test.
9 Best Practices for Optimizing Your Signal Generator – Part 2 - Application Note
Knowing the capabilities and performance of your signal generators is the first step to make accurate and consistent measurements. In this two-part Application Note, we discuss the best practices to optimize your signal generator.
9 Best Practices for Optimizing Your Signal Generator – Part 1 - Application Note
Knowing the capabilities and performance of your signal generators is the first step to make accurate and consistent measurements. In this two-part Application Note, we discuss the best practices to optimize your signal generator.
Tips for Preventing Damage to Signal Generator - Application Brief
Creating and Optimizing 802.11ac Signals Application Note
This application note details how to create and optimize 802.11ac signals using the N7617B Signal Studio for WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n/ac software with Keysight's RF signal generators to get the highest quality signals from the instruments.
Testing WLAN Devices According to the 802.11x Standards - Application Note
This application note provides a survey of transmitter/receiver test requirements for 802.11a, b, g, n, ac. It also presents an overview of Keysight’s solutions for WLAN testing.
VOR and ILS Radio Navigation Receiver Test Using Option 302 for Keysight Signal Sources - App Note
Keysight’s EXG and MXG signal generators can be used to generate VOR and ILS radio navigation waveforms using Option 302. This note gives an overview of Opt. 302 capabilities for the EXG and MXG.
Six Reasons Your New IoT Device Will Fail - Application Note
You’ve carefully tested your new IoT wireless device. What did you forget that could cause your device to work perfectly in the lab but fail in the real world?
Transition from 2G/3G to 3.9G/4G Base Station Receiver Conformance Test - Application Note
This application note will help you migrate from 2G/3G to 3.9G/4G BTS test. Various test requirements are explained as well as how to perform those tests using the new X-Series signal generators.

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