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WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p/n

Take your WLAN (wireless local area network) technology ideas from concept to consumer with confidence. We continue to keep pace with the complex, evolving WLAN standards including 802.11n, the amendment which improves upon the previous 802.11 standards by adding multiple-input multiple-output antennas (MIMO). The solutions on this page support 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11p and 802.11n. For solutions for the newer WLAN technologies visit our WLAN page. Accelerate Wireless Design and Test with Flexible, High-Performance Platforms

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A Practical Approach to Verifying RFICs with Fast Mismatch Analysis 
Originally broadcast October 28, 2010

Webcast - recorded

 
Custom OFDM: Understanding Signal Generation and Analysis 
Originally broadcast July 20, 2011

Webcast - recorded

 
EM Insights Series Episode #3: Wireless Network Card Antenna Design 
An Agilent Technologies Presentation (EM Insights Series, Episode #3) decribes wireless network card antenna design in detail.

Seminar Materials 2009-03-30

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Innovations in EDA: Memory Effects in RF Circuits: Manifestations and Simulation 
Originally broadcast Feb 3, 2011

Webcast - recorded

 
Introduction to 802.11ac WLAN Technology and Testing Webcast 
Original broadcast Jan 19, 2012

Webcast - recorded

 
Presentation on Characterization of a WLAN Transceiver 
A detailed Presentation on increased insight with increased characterization of a WLAN transceiver presented by Andy Howard (Agilent Technologies) .

Seminar Materials 2007-07-24

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Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11) Design & Verification 
This course will help you understand: WLAN technology and system architecture; IEEE802.11a/g standards; deployment and development issues; design and verification issues; and design, testing and troubleshooting techniques.

Classroom Training

 
Wireless LAN Technology Fundamentals 
Learn the applications, standards, and implementation of Wireless LAN. Includes IEEE 802.11a and b, physical and MAC layers, and interoperability issues.

Classroom Training