As a world leader in test and measurement solutions, Agilent Technologies continues to be at the forefront of emerging markets such as MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output). A challenging antenna technology, MIMO ultimately will improve spectral efficiency (bit/sec/Hz), signal quality and cell coverage. But being an evolving standard, it provides hidden roadblocks and requires a new suite of measurements. Our engineers, experts in test and measurement, are making the new measurements easier for you to analyze and troubleshoot your system. From R&D through integration and manufacturing, Agilent has test equipment to provide insight into these complex signals and allow you to meet your time to market goals. Greater insight. Greater confidence. Accelerate next-generation wireless.
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MIMO Manufacturing Solution Application Note
Compares two of the most popular MIMO manufacturing test methodologies, including examples to illustrate the relative merits.
Application Note 2007-07-10
MIMO Measurement Tips with Agilent P-Series Power Meters and U2000 Series USB Power Sensors.
This application note provides an overview of MIMO, and shows the steps of performing an accurate and repeatable MIMO power measurement by using USB sensors or P-series power meter and sensors.
Application Note 2009-01-20
MIMO Wireless LAN PHY Layer (RF) Operation & Measurement Application Note 1509
This application note is intended to provide an understanding of MIMO radio operation as it applies to WLAN, and the test configurations for multi-channel radios.
Application Note 2008-04-30
N4010A Programming Made Easy for WLAN Applications
This application note shows WLAN test developers and application engineers how to create effective integration test plans and manufacturing test sequences for the N4010A test set.
Application Note 2007-04-17
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Solutions for MIMO Receiver Test
This application note shows how engineers can quickly and accurately isolate issues early in the lifecycle to minimize design uncertainty and maximize receiver performance.
Application Note 2010-01-14