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89601A-B7Z WLAN 802.11n Modulation Analysis

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Advanced evaluation tools for 802.11n modulation analysis

  • Formats: Duplicate legacy, mixed mode, HT-duplicate, Green field
  • Modulation types: BPSK to 256QAM
  • Channels & Acquisition streams: up to 4
  • EVM ≤ -43dB (measurement platform dependent)
  • 802.11 a/b/g analysis also available (Option B7R)


Analyzing an IEEE 802.11n MIMO signal is extraordinarily challenging because it is made up of multiple OFDM signals that transmit on the same frequency at the same time. The advanced troubleshooting and evaluation tool set provided by Keysight's IEEE802.11n MIMO modulation analysis option is specifically designed to handle that challenge.

Simultaneous two-channel signal acquisition and analysis:

  • Evaluate and troubleshoot MIMO signals with the multi-channel VXI-based modular vector signal analyzer, Infiniium Series scopes, and the VSA80000A Ultra-Wideband
  • Measures 802.11n 20/40 MHz HT formats

Evaluate and troubleshoot all IEEE 802.11n formats:

  • Supports: duplicate legacy, mixed mode, HT-duplicate, and green field formats
  • Measure EVM, I/Q parameters, and view the constellation of two spatial streams at once
  • Use coherence and cross correlation functions to quantify the impact one spatial stream has on the other.
  • Read the contents of the L-SIG and HT-SIG fields. CCDF, power vs. time, and time-gated measures are all provided.

Reach deeper into your 802.11n signals with a comprehensive tool set:

  • Analyze EVM by symbol, carrier or burst, meaure I/Q parameters, center frequency, bandwidth, power, ACPR, demodulate to the raw bit level.
  • Evaluate your results with easy-to-use measurement tools, such as compound constellations, EVM traces, color coding, and multiple displays