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Top Considerations for 5G New Radio Device Designers - eBook
This ebook outlines challenges in 5G New Radio such as new frequency spectrum and wider bandwidths, MIMO and beam steering, over-the air testing and 5G NR coexistence with other wireless systems.

Application Note 2018-07-31

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LTE-Advanced Signal Generation and Measurement Using SystemVue
Learn how to use Keysight SystemVue to generate various downlink and upload signals, use different MIMO models, and measure closed-loop throughput.

Application Note 2018-07-31

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How 5G Will Influence Autonomous Driving Systems - White Paper
5G Will Dramatically Strengthen Autonomous Driving Systems. ADAS and autonomous driving improve safety and save lives.

Application Note 2018-07-26

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How to Make the Best Switch Mode Power Supply Measurements - Application Note
Oscilloscope power measurement options provide a quick and easy way to analyze the reliability and efficiency of switching power supplies.

Application Note 2018-07-25

An Overview of the Electrical Validation of 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T - Application Note
The technology used in these ports, commonly known as “LAN” or “NIC” ports, is usually one of the 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T standards or a combination of them.

Application Note 2018-07-25

Pacemaker: Narrow Pulses Generation for Design and Sensitivity Test - Article Reprint
A pacemaker is a small device that helps the heart to beat more regularly and properly. It does this with a small electric stimulation that controls the heartbeat. This paper outlines pulse generation and sensitivity test of a pacemaker. Designers require a generated signal to simulate the real pacemaker pulse signal to use for sensitivity testing of the pacemaker.

Application Note 2018-07-24

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Understanding LTE-Advanced Base Station Transmitter RF Conformance Testing
Learn how to characterize LTE-A base station transmitters using the 3GPP RF conformance tests with carrier aggregation.

Application Note 2018-07-19

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Overcoming Interference is Critical to Success in a Wireless IoT World - White Paper
This white paper highlights the importance of co-existence testing and step-by-step guide on how it can be done in the lab.

Application Note 2018-07-17

How to Optimize Measurement Speed of Your DAQ - White Paper
This white paper will show you how to optimize the measurement speed of a midrange DAQ system, Keysight’s DAQ970A system, to meet most of your design validation tests. You will learn how to choose the right hardware and configuration settings that will help you optimize your measurement and transactional speed.

Application Note 2018-07-17

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Wavelength and Polarization Dependence of 100G-LR4 Components - Application Note
This application note describes our solution based on the new 81606A or 81608A tunable lasers, for measuring the wavelength and polarization dependence of components for 100G optical links that multiplex multiple wavelengths. Both passive fiber optic components and receiver optical subassemblies are addressed.

Application Note 2018-07-13

Reducing the Cost of Confidence in Testing for NewSpace
This application note presents a holistic view of the satellite lifecycle and outlines a cost model that applies to each stage of that lifecycle.

Application Note 2018-07-12

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Reducing the “Cost of Confidence” in Testing for NewSpace - Application Note
In this app note, we outline a cost model that applies to each stage of that lifecycle to help you reduce the “cost of confidence” in the testing of NewSpace systems and payloads

Application Note 2018-07-12

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First Steps in 5G: Overcoming New Radio Device Design Challenges Series - Part 3 - White Paper
MIMO, beam steering, and beamforming are the most talked about technologies in 5G. They are essential to deliver 100x the data rates and 1000x the capacity goals specified in IMT-2020 vision.

Application Note 2018-07-10

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De-Risking 5G Product Development - White Paper
Part 1 of this white paper series explores the challenges facing developers of 5G chipsets, devices, network equipment, and carrier networks.

Application Note 2018-07-09

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First Steps in 5G: Overcoming New Radio Device Design Challenges Series - Part 4 - White Paper
Over-the-air (OTA) testing is one of the most challenging aspects of 5G device development. In this series, we’ve looked at many aspects of 5G for device designers, including the new 5G NR standard, flexible numerology, millimeter-wave (mmWave) design considerations, MIMO, and beamforming challenges. The combination of these technologies introduces substantial new test challenges that can only be validated with OTA testing.

Application Note 2018-07-06

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Overcoming LoRa Device RF Measurement Challenges
This application note offers an introduction to some key LoRa device RF measurement challenges and offers guidance to how users can overcome these using Keysight’s test solutions.

Application Note 2018-07-04

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Using Noise Floor Extension in the PXA Signal Analyzer - Application Note
With sufficient processing and other technical innovations, the noise power in a signal analyzer can be modeled and subtracted from measurement results to reduce the effective noise level.

Application Note 2018-07-03

Oscilloscope Waveform Update Rate Determines Ability to Capture Elusive Events - Application Note
See how you can increase your odds of finding infrequent glitches with a high oscilloscope update rate.

Application Note 2018-07-03

Probing a Midpoint of a Transmission Line that is Not Load Terminated - White Paper
With the advent of variable on die termination (i.e. ODT) many systems like low power double data rate memory (LPDDR) have the ability to either terminate a line in its characteristic impedance for high speed operation or terminate it with an open for lower speed operation. Many times there is a desire to probe the transmission line to monitor the signals on the line. When the transmission line is terminated in close to its characteristic impedance, the signals can be readily observed. However, if the line is terminated in an impedance that is not close to the characteristic impedance then it may not be possible to accurately measure the signals.

Application Note 2018-07-03

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On-Wafer Testing of Opto-Electronic Components Using the Lightwave Component Analyzers - Rev.2
This document describes the principles of on-wafer measurements of opto-electronic components using a Lightwave Component Analyzer and provides step-by-step instructions needed to set up a calibration kit prior to the on-wafer calibration, to perform the electronic calibration and to deembed the wafer probes.

Application Note 2018-07-03

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LIV Test of VCSEL for 3D Sensing - Application Note
This application note explains what the challenges on an LIV characterization is, how the Keysight B2900A SMU can overcome them, and show examples to make LIV measurements using the B2900A Series.

Application Note 2018-07-02

Using Noise Floor Extension in the PXA Signal Analyzer
Keysight’s Noise Floor Extension technology can provide up to 12 dB improvement in analyzer noise floor, revealing some previously hidden signals and allowing other to be more accurately measured.

Application Note 2018-07-02

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Noise Figure Measurement Accuracy - The Y-Factor Method - Application Note
Specific to instruments that use the Y-factor method for noise figure measurements, this app note discusses measurement basics, avoidable errors, loss and temperature corrections, and uncertainties.

Application Note 2018-06-29

Noise Figure Measurement Accuracy: The Y-Factor Method
This application note demonstrates how to improve noise figure measurement accuracy.

Application Note 2018-06-29

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A Framework for Understanding: Deriving the Radar Range Equation - Application Note
Radar scans three-dimensional space to gather information about detected objects such as location, shape and speed. This entire process is described in this app note by the radar range equation.

Application Note 2018-06-28

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