RF & Wireless

WebSuite emphasizes on cost of test to manufacturers with a broad range of PXI-Platform design and test tools for RF & microwave, cellular & wireless connectivity, chipsets, modules and devices.

Today’s RF signals require that time, frequency and modulation domains are all analyzed together in a single time correlated view. As a result, there is a growing requirement for tools whose capabilities mirror the time-varying nature of today’s signals.

The real-time instruments that can trigger the instant the signal changes, capture the signal seamlessly, and analyze the effects of the changes in all domains. WebSuite Real-Time Signal Analyzers covers both the time and frequency domain up to 6GHz with a real-time vector modulation bandwidth of 150MHz for all types of measurement solutions.

Products :: RF & Wirelesss Communication

6 GHz Real-time Signal Analyzer, 6.6GHz RF Signal Generator

6GHZ REAL-TIME SIGNAL ANALYZER
The Real-time Signal Anlyzer supports modulation formats (AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM ) that are the foundation of many digital communication standards found in 802.11a/b/g/n, ZigBee (802.15.4), WiMAX (802.16), RFID, satellite communications, and commercial broadcast among others.

The system has capability to measure evolving communication standards and even customized modulation due to its flexibility in software enhancement for future upgrades. One of the applications is RFID which is unable to be analysed by conventional spectrum analyzer.


RFID Interrogation with Frequency and Time Domain Analysis

Model: 5000 SERIES RF REAL TIME SIGNAL ANALYZER

RSA5660-MP 2.7GHz Signal Analyzer
(Frequency: 9kHz-2.7GHz Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 20MHz)
(Average Density: <-135dBm/Hz Dynamic Range: 80dB)
(Modulation: AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM)
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RSA5690-MP 2.7GHz Signal Analyzer
(Frequency: 9kHz-2.7GHz Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 150MHz)
(Average Density: <-135dBm/Hz Dynamic Range: 80dB)
(Modulation: AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM)
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OPT5001 Standard Communication Standard
(CDMA, GSM, GSM-EDGE, 2.5GPP 3GPP)
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OPT5002 Wireless LAN
(WiFi, WiMAX)
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Model: 3000 SERIES RF REAL TIME SIGNAL ANALYZER

RSA3035-MP 6.0GHz Signal Analyzer
(Frequency: 330MHz-6.0GHz Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 36MHz)
(Average Density: <-145dBm/Hz Dynamic Range: 75dB)
(Modulation: AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM)
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RSA3135-MP 6.0GHz Signal Analyzer
(Frequency: 330MHz-6.0GHz Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 150MHz)
(Average Density: <-145dBm/Hz Dynamic Range: 75dB)
(Modulation: AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM)
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OPT3001 Standard Communication Standard
(CDMA, GSM, GSM-EDGE, 2.5GPP 3GPP)
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OPT3002 Wireless LAN
(WiFi, WiMAX)
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Model: 1000 SERIES RF SIGNAL ANALYZER

RSA1002-LP 3.0GHz Signal Analyzer
(Frequency: 100MHz-3.0GHz Optional: 10kHz – 500MHz)
(Average Density: <-90dBm/Hz Dynamic Range: 50dB)
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6.0GHZ REAL-TIME SIGNAL GENERATOR
The RF signal generator that fixed in the MegaPAC PXI embedded computer chassis covers the entire frequency range up to 6 GHz with an RF output level ranging from –120 dBm to +5 dBm (maximum). Comprehensive modulation capability is provided including internal analog AM/FM, digital and IQ vector modulation modes.

Digital modulation with an I and Q bandwidth of up to 14 MHz is supported either with a built in dual-channel AWG supplied as standard or via an external digital IQ data interface. Optional vector modulation analog I and Q inputs increase the IQ bandwidth to over 25 MHz. The dual-channel AWG can be used either as an internal modulation source or a baseband source. Baseband outputs can be configured to provide differential I and Q outputs simultaneously with a CW RF output signal.

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