Rohde & Schwarz's CLG cable load generator is a multichannel signal generator for cable TV signals that operates in the 47 MHz to 1002 MHz frequency range. It features up to 119 channels for European cable television, and up to 158 channels for US cable television. Users are able to simulate any possible channel loading scenario in the lab due to the CLG’s ability to generate freely combined digital and analog TV signals.
R&S®FSWP And The Validity Of Positive Phase Noise Values
This white paper reviews the classical spectrum analyzer measurement of L(f) and its shortcomings. It also discusses how modern phase noise test sets measure phase noise and avoid the limitations imposed by direct spectrum measurements, especially with the use of the R&S®FSWP.
5G New Radio Over-The-Air Base Station Receiver Tests
This application note describes all mandatory RF receiver tests, according to the Release 16 (V16.3.0). It also offers a brief introduction about the different R&S OA antenna test solutions and how they are applicable for base station conformance testing.
How To Analyze Passive Low Frequency Components With A Rohde & Schwarz Oscilloscope
This white paper presents a technique for easily and quickly analyzing low frequency response on an oscilloscope with the R&S®RTx-K36 frequency response analysis (Bode plot) option. The R&S®RTx-K36 frequency response analysis (Bode plot) option uses the oscilloscope’s built-in waveform generator to create stimulus signals ranging from 10 Hz to 25 MHz.
Through The 5G Antenna Design Maze With Antenna-Plexers
Antenna-plexers provide a solution for how to accommodate the dramatic increase in RF complexity, even as the space allocated to antennas continues to shrink. They enable manufacturers to accommodate new 5G bands, 4x4 MIMO, and other new requirements with fewer antennas, and with no impact on existing form factors or features. By using antenna-plexers, manufacturers can deliver the full benefits of 5G without impacting their ability to add innovative features that attract consumers.
Advanced BAW Filter Technology And Its Impact On 5G
The global rollout of 5G, and the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things, create significant new RF filtering challenges. Bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filter technology is advancing to overcome these challenges by evolving to support higher frequencies and increased bandwidth for the new 5G and Wi-Fi band expansion. This white paper covers the advanced features that Qorvo’s CAW filter technology has to offer in the upcoming needs of 5G networks.
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