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WLAN Test Toolkit
Fast and Flexible WLAN Measurements up to 802.11ax
- Characterize and validate the latest 802.11ax devices with waveform generation and analysis
- Additional support for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and 802.11j/p/ah/af
- Obtain reliable modulation quality and spectral results with NI PXI Vector Signal Transceivers
- Achieve rigorous EVM measurements with better than -50 dB residual EVM performance
- Simplify automation with an extensive toolkit API for LabVIEW, LabWindows™/CVI, C/C++, and .NET
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The WLAN Test Toolkit gives you direct and fine control over the generation and analysis of IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and ax signals, as well as 802.11j/p/ah/af waveforms, with industry-leading speed and accuracy. It empowers you to characterize, validate, and test a variety of WLAN connectivity products, such as RF front end components, wireless modules, and user devices.
The toolkit includes extensive support for the latest features of the 802.11ax standard, including extended single-user packets, multiuser OFDMA, and multiuser multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) functionality with per-user configuration and measurement results. The WLAN Test Toolkit helps you solve demanding new access point test cases by generating signals that simulate multiuser environments, including per-user impairments. You can also use the new software to generate trigger frames to test the real-time response of client devices and make power precorrection and relative center frequency measurements.
With the WLAN Test Toolkit and the PXI Vector Signal Transceiver, you can configure up to 8x8 MIMO systems in a single PXI chassis. You can also expect EVM measurements better than -50 dB, leading to reliable device characterization and test results. Furthermore, you can control your systems with the toolkit’s generation and analysis soft-front panels, and benefit from LabVIEW, C, and .NET system design software APIs and from available example code when programming and automating your systems.
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