Thread: Generating OFDM with Labview through E4438C ESG


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Maran

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Generating OFDM with Labview through E4438C ESG
Posted: Apr 7, 2011 4:59 AM
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Hi guys, I understand that I can design OFDM system with Labview software. My question is:

-Can we implement the I and Q vectors from the labview directly into E4438C ESG via GPIB or LAN?
-Can we then upconvert the I and Q vectors to our desired frequency?
- How accurate will this be?
- How about demodulation part?
- Can I use the VSA software 89601B with AYA option (vector modulation analysis) and OFDM modulation analysis option to demodulate this signal?
- I have DSO80604B where I could use VSA on top.

Please advice. Thank you very much.
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Re: Generating OFDM with Labview through E4438C ESG
Posted: Apr 12, 2011 11:08 AM   in response to: Maran in response to: Maran
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Hi -

-Can we implement the I and Q vectors from the labview directly into E4438C ESG via GPIB or LAN?
Answer: Yes, you can via GPIB and LAN.For more info, please refer to the link below.
http://www.home.agilent.com/agilent/edi ... SR.GENERAL

-Can we then upconvert the I and Q vectors to our desired frequency?
Answer: This can be done on the N5115B Baseband Studio only.

- How accurate will this be?
Answer: On the Baseband, it’s quite difficult to upconvert a signal .

- How about demodulation part?
Answer: Yes, demodulation can be done on I/Q signals.

- Can I use the VSA software 89601B with AYA option (vector modulation analysis) and OFDM modulation analysis option to demodulate this signal?
Answer: Yes, this should work.

- I have DSO80604B where I could use VSA on top.

I hope this helped -



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