Error Vector Magnitude (EVM): ≤-41 dB for 802.11n devices
Accepts single-ended or differential inputs
USB-controlled with SCPI instruction set
Modulator gain adjustments for interfacing to a wide variety of wireless chipsets and devices
Selectable input impedances
Easy interface with V2920A RF vector signal generator/V2820A RF vector signal analyzer for fast, compact transceiver test systems
Ideally suited for transceiver chipset, module, and subassembly testing
The V2891A Upconverter enables complete testing of a transceiver by processing analog I and Q baseband signals for the transmitter and analog I and Q output signals from the receiver. The V2891A takes single-ended baseband, analog I and Q signals from a signal generator and converts them to differential output signals to provide a signal for transmitter testing. On the receiver side, the V2891A translates the down converted differential I and Q signals into a modulated, up-converted signal for receiver performance testing by an RF signal analyzer.
The V2891A easily interfaces with the V2920A RF vector signal generator and V2820A RF vector signal analyzer to design fast, compact transceiver test systems.