802.11 WLAN Test
Take your WLAN (wireless local area network) technology ideas from concept to consumer with confidence. Agilent has the industry’s most extensive offering of WLAN technology instruments, tools, and systems for R&D, certification and manufacturing including the latest WLAN technology, 802.11ac and 802.11ad. And Agilent’s expert test engineers continue to evolve our test products to keep pace with emerging technologies such as MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) in the 802.11n standard and the new 802.11ac. Greater insight. Greater confidence. Accelerate next-generation wireless.
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Receiver Minimum Input Level Sensitivity
Receiver minimum input level sensitivity is the minimum specified rf level of a WLAN signal that a WLAN receiver will receive and demodulate.
Application Note 2003-09-22
RF Testing of Wireless LAN Products Application Note (AN1380-1)
This Application Note discusses the modulation technology behind several wireless LAN standards and the measurement techniques that can be used to trouble shoot and quantify their RF performance.
Application Note 2007-01-10
Simplify dc current drain measurements and analysis on WLAN Network cards
Minimizing current drain is critical to the success of new WLAN Network cards. High or excessive current drain can reduce the host device battery operating time considerably.
Application Note 2008-06-04
Using the E4438C ESG and Signal Studio for 802.11 WLAN Receiver Testing
This 16 page application note describes how to properly construct the MAC header, user files, and frames for WLAN signal generation using Signal Studio software.
Application Note 2003-10-09
Wireless LAN at 60 GHz - IEEE 802.11ad Explained - Application Note
This application note introduces the new WLAN testing technology of 802.11ad. 802.11ad provided up to 7Gbps throughput using approximately 2GHz of spectrum at 60GHz over a short range.
Application Note 2012-02-07
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