Wi-Fi 6E Chipset Characterization Using Broad Band RF Power Sensors
Please join AR Europe & Boonton for this online seminar on Monday 30th November at 1400 UTC
Attendees will learn how to conduct Wi-Fi tests without compromise using intuitive, high-performance, and cost-effective instruments. Depending on the application and testing needs, engineers may need to acquire essential measurements like peak, average, and minimum power on specific portions of a waveform, such as the preamble of a Wi-Fi packet. Boonton can provide this vital measurement focus by defining various user-set parameters or setting markers within software.
Agenda and Topics
- RF Power Measurements to Assess Chipset Performance
- Average and peak power
- Video bandwidth
- Peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) or crest factor (CF)
- Amplifier compression
- Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF)
- Power vs time
- Single packet (time gating)
- Multi-packet (Boonton Measurement Buffer and Synchronized Independent Gate Modes)
- Live Demo of Amplifier Testing
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