R&S®AFQ100A I/Q Modulation Generator
Meeting new challenges in baseband signal generation
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|1GP88: R&S ARB Toolbox Plus1GP88: R&S ARB Toolbox Plus||13.11.2013|
The ARB Toolbox Plus is an easy-to-use, feature packed software package that is used for many ARB waveform related tasks. This software is the successor of the ARB Toolbox which is bundled with the 1GP62 application note. Use this software for creating ARB waveform files from custom IQ data; import data from MATLAB .mat files; evaluate waveform content graphically; resample or filter waveforms; create analog modulated signals as ARB files; edit marker data in waveform files; use the composer for the creation of complex multi carrier scanarios.
|1MA171: How to use Rohde & Schwarz Instruments in MATLAB®1MA171: How to use Rohde & Schwarz Instruments in MATLAB®||18.07.2013|
This application note outlines different approaches for remote-controlling Rohde & Schwarz instruments out of MathWorks MATLAB®. For this purpose the Rohde & Schwarz VXIplug&play instrument drivers are used.
|1GP60: R&S MATLAB® Toolkit for Signal Generators1GP60: R&S MATLAB® Toolkit for Signal Generators||09.09.2011|
The R&S MATLAB® Toolkit for Signal Generators provides routines for remote controlling these instruments. Additional MATLAB® scripts turn I/Q vectors into the Rohde & Schwarz waveform file format for use with an ARB. This application note describes the installation and use of the R&S MATLAB® Toolkit on Microsoft Widows and Linux based systems.
|1GP79: Top Ten SCPI Programming Tips for Signal Generators1GP79: Top Ten SCPI Programming Tips for Signal Generators||26.04.2013|
This application note briefly summarizes basic tips and information about SCPI programming for remote-controlling Rohde & Schwarz signal generators.
|1GP72: Connectivity of Rohde&Schwarz Signal Generators1GP72: Connectivity of Rohde&Schwarz Signal Generators||26.04.2013|
Rohde & Schwarz signal generators can be connected in various ways to system controllers (typically PCs) and external PC peripherals. Although most of these connection operations are also explained in the instrument manuals, it is not always easy to maintain an overview. Operating manuals commonly focus on explaining a dedicated feature of a single instrument. This application note examines a range of typical user tasks and how to solve them with the different instruments.
|1GP94: Generating Signals for WLAN 802.11ac1GP94: Generating Signals for WLAN 802.11ac||26.04.2013|
Rohde & Schwarz signal generators can generate standard-compliant WLAN IEEE 802.11ac signals up to 160 MHz bandwidth with excellent EVM performance.
|1MA74: RSCommander - Versatile Software Tool for Rohde & Schwarz Instruments1MA74: RSCommander - Versatile Software Tool for Rohde & Schwarz Instruments||11.04.2013|
RSCommander is a versatile software tool for a wide range of Rohde & Schwarz spectrum analyzers, signal generators and network analyzers for making hardcopies, reading traces and uploading user correction data for linearization.
|1MA153: Development Hints and Best Practices for Using Instrument Drivers1MA153: Development Hints and Best Practices for Using Instrument Drivers||01.01.2013|
The aim of this application note is to provide information regarding Rohde & Schwarz instrument drivers. This paper shall help application engineers and software developers to easily get an understanding of advanced techniques to develop test and measurement (T&M) applications by utilizing Rohde & Schwarz instrument drivers. Furthermore the nomenclature used for Rohde & Schwarz instrument drivers will be explained.
|1MA035: Rohde & Schwarz Drivers under VEE - Installation and Troubleshooting1MA035: Rohde & Schwarz Drivers under VEE - Installation and Troubleshooting||20.12.2012|
The use of Rohde & Schwarz device drivers under VEE software is not complicated. However, a number of factors are involved, the errors that occur are often difficult to diagnose. This application provides easy and detailed support for installation and troubleshooting using National Instruments or Agilent GPIB boards.
|1MA72: Using R&S instruments with Agilent ADS Software1MA72: Using R&S instruments with Agilent ADS Software||04.08.2012|
This Application Note presents means to integrate R&S Test and Measurement instruments into the Agilent® ADS® Design System. Methods to include R&S Instruments are presented, accompanied by a free-of-charge software solution which is provided with this application note. It makes it very easy to include R&S Instruments into your ADS environment and your design flow. Versions for both WINDOWS XP® and LINUX® operating systems are available.
|1GP62: Importing Data in ARB, Custom Digital Modulation and RF List Mode1GP62: Importing Data in ARB, Custom Digital Modulation and RF List Mode||09.09.2011|
The foregoing application note is intended for everyone who desires to become more familiar with the use and upload of custom data in ARB, digital modulation and RF list mode. Particularly, this note describes the instruments R&S® SMU200A, R&S® SMJ100A and R&S® SMATE200A and provides an overview of already available solutions as well as it gives hints for the writing of own applications. The ARB Toolbox software is discontinued. The replacement product is the new ARB Toolbox PLUS - please see 1GP88.
|1MA174: Connectivity of R&S® Test Solutions with AWR® Visual System Simulator™ (VSS)1MA174: Connectivity of R&S® Test Solutions with AWR® Visual System Simulator™ (VSS)||01.03.2011|
This application note describes how to connect R&S® test and measurement products quickly and seamlessly to AWR® Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) via a GPIB or LAN interface. Using AWR® Connected™ customized for Rohde & Schwarz hardware and R&S® WinIQSIM2™ signal simulation software, the flexibility of digital radio standards is highlighted and its integration into VSS is demonstrated.
|1MA152: WLAN 802.11p Measurements for Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) DSRC1MA152: WLAN 802.11p Measurements for Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) DSRC||25.01.2012|
For automotive applications, the IEEE is creating the IEEE 802.11pTM amendment to the IEEE 802.11TM-2007 standard. The IEEE 802.11p PHY layer uses the OFDM PHY, i.e. IEEE 802.11aTM. This Application Note explains the changes the 802.11p amendment makes to the 802.11-2007 standard and how to perform 802.11p measurements using Rohde & Schwarz 802.11-compliant test equipment.
|1GP76: Generation of Vector Signals at Microwave Frequencies1GP76: Generation of Vector Signals at Microwave Frequencies||22.01.2011|
Vector signals at microwave frequencies can easily be generated by the direct upconversion of I/Q baseband signals. A versatile and cost-efficient solution consists of an R&S®SMF100A microwave signal generator combined with a baseband source (e.g. the R&S®AFQ100A) and an external I/Q mixer. This application note describes how to perform the frequency upconversion.
|1MA51: DVB-T - Bursted Noise Signal Generation1MA51: DVB-T - Bursted Noise Signal Generation||01.03.2011|
DVB-T Bursted Noise is a tool for generation of DVB-T compatible noise signals. The IQ data can tranferred to WinIQSIM™ / WinIQSIM2™ for further processing and transmission to an AMU, AFQ, AMIQ, SMU, SMIQ.
|1GP64: Converting Existing Waveform Files from R&S®AMIQ or Binary into R&S®SMU200A or R&S®AFQ100A Format1GP64: Converting Existing Waveform Files from R&S®AMIQ or Binary into R&S®SMU200A or R&S®AFQ100A Format||22.01.2011|
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.
|RAC-0605-016: CSO, CTB & XMOD characterisation of CATV line extenders with the aid of vector signal generatorsRAC-0605-016: CSO, CTB & XMOD characterisation of CATV line extenders with the aid of vector signal generators||18.02.2011|
The fact that cable TV networks are generally located in densely populated areas or extend over large geographical regions makes the presence of line extenders at regular intervals a necessity. Cascading large numbers of amplifiers however calls for excellent noise, SWR and intermodulation distortion specifications for the integrated amplifiers in order to avoid quality of service dropping below minimum acceptable levels. Composite second order, composite triple beat & cross modulation are commonly used figures to specify the performance of CATV equipment. In this application note we describe how to determine these figures with the aid of R&S SMU200A or AFQ100A and SMV vector signal generators.