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  • Multi-Channel Signal Generation Applications with R&S®SMW200A – Overview

    The R&S®SMW200A vector signal generator has the outstanding ability to simultaneously generate up to eight independent signals from a single instrument. The advanced multi-channel architecture allows realizing even complex applications like MSR, carrier aggregation, MIMO or enhanced interference scenarios with a minimum of effort.This application note gives an overview of common multi-channel application examples and how to equip the Rohde & Schwarz signal generator R&S®SMW200A appropriately.

  • Optimize the data traffic generated by IoT and mobile devices

    Integrated end-to-end data solution with IP traffic analysis and protocol statistics allows detailed analysis of data traffic generated by IoT and mobile devices.

  • Share a 1 GHz reference to obtain phase-coherent signals

    Phase stability over time is a key characteristic for phase-coherent signals. A common 1 GHz reference signal maintains high phase stability between the RF outputs of multiple R&S®SGT100A SGMA vector RF sources.

  • Increase the IP connection security of your IoT device

    The new IP connection security analysis solution for the R&S®CMW500 platform identifies IoT and mobile communications devices’ IP connection vulnerabilities in an early stage of development.

  • Co-existence Tests for S-Band Radar and LTE Networks

    Co-existence Tests for S-Band Radar and LTE NetworksMicrowave Journal - Military Microwaves Rohde & Schwarz in the Press A ir traffic control (ATC) radar, military air traffic surveillance (ATS) radars and me-teorological radars operate in the S-Band frequency range. The excellent meteorological and propagation characteristics make the use of this frequency band beneficial for radar opera-tion

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  • Expanding Mobile Capacity: The Evolution to LTE-U and LAA

    Expanding Mobile Capacity: The Evolution to LTE-U and LAAMicrowave Journal - 5G and IoT Rohde & Schwarz in the Press D ue to the ongoing transition from voice-centric mobile phones to smartphones and tablets – greatly accelerated by the launch of LTE networks beginning in 2009 – mobile broadband data consumption has increased exponentially over the past five years. Global mobile data traffic grew

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  • Is Your Handset PA Ready for LTE Device-to-Device Proximity Services?

    Is Your Handset PA Ready for LTE Device-to-Device Proximity Services?Microwave Journal - Technical Feature Rohde & Schwarz in the Press Is Your Handset PA Ready for LTE Device-to-Device Proximity Services? Andreas Roessler Rohde & Schwarz, Munich, Germany W ith release 12, the third generation partnership project (3GPP) has taken on the challenge to enhance the LTE specifications to support

  • Psychoacoustic Audio Quality Measurements Using R&S®UPV Audio Analyzer

    This application note gives background information about the psychoacoustic measurements PESQ® (Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality) and PEAQ® (Perceptual Evaluation of Audio Quality). It also describes how to perform these measurements using the Rohde & Schwarz Audio Analyzer.

  • LTE Bitstream Verification

    Verification of baseband data is an important step in the early development phase of LTE/LTE-A-ready products. Comparison values for baseband data (test vectors) from other sources can be very useful in order to verify the correct implementation of the standard. Option K81 for the R&S®SMx200A vector signal generator offers sample data for LTE at the bit level. The reference data enables users to test their own implementation of the specification. The LTE bit stream verification program shown here uses data generated by this option and offers a (bitwise) comparison with bit streams generated for an LTE downlink signal. Therefore it demonstrates, how easy the option R&S SMx-K81 can be integrated into the simulation and design process during the development of LTE/LTE-A handsets or base stations.

  • Converting Existing Waveform Files from R&S®AMIQ or Binary into R&S®SMU200A or R&S®AFQ100A Format

    This application note describes how to use the Rohde & Schwarz software tool ‘RsBatchConvert.exe’ for the conversion of binary data or WinIQSIM generated AMIQ waveforms into the new waveform format. The tool not only rescales I/Q data contained in the file but also changes the K-option requirement from WinIQSIM Kxx to the new WinIQSIM2 K2xx options. Thus, new instruments with installed K2xx options may be used to continue using existing waveform files.

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