N5106A Agilent Generator
The N5106A is a generator from Agilent. A signal generator is a device that creates electronic signals, repeating or non-repeating, in the digital or analog domains, depending on need. Signal generators design, test, troubleshoot, and repair electronic devices across many different industries and applications.
- Up to 120 MHz modulation and signal capture bandwidth
- 512 Msa playback and signal capture memory per channel
- Up to six BBGs and eight faders for interference, diversity and MIMO test
- Run Signal Studio software on the PXB in a familiar Windows® environment
- LTE, HSPA, W-CDMA, GSM/EDGE, TD-SCDMA, Mobile WiMAX™, WLAN, digital video, broadcast radio and GPS
- Connect with SystemVue software or play back your own MATLAB waveforms
- Fade RF, digital I/Q and PXB generated signals
- Up to 120 MHz fading bandwidth or 24 paths per fader
- Single channel, dual channel, 1x2, 1x4, 2x1, 2x2, 2x4, and 4x2 MIMO
- Connect to the Agilent 8960 Series 10 (E5515C) wireless communication test
- Select standard-based channel models or modify them for the latest wireless formats
- Calculate correlation coefficients based on antenna setup
- Input correlation coefficients into custom correlation matrix
The Agilent N5106A PXB lets you customize test cases and validate designs under real-world conditions with the broadest range of test parameters. Create fully parameterized signals for established and evolving standards with Agilent Signal Studio. In addition, the PXB lets you model the signal-propagation environment with fully parameterized real-time channel emulation (fading). With the largest playback memory available, you can run longer test sequences to better approximate real-world signals. You can also capture signals up to 512 Msa from your own device for post-processing.