Anritsu Electronic Measuring Instruments Catalog of Condensed Version
Introduction of background and challenge to realize the "AI Medical Device" by wireless connectivity collaborating with MT8862A.
The Wireless Connectivity Test Set MT8862A is for measuring the RF TRx characteristics of WLAN IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n/ac equipment. It uses standard WLAN protocol messaging in the Network Mode to measure test items, such as Tx power, modulation accuracy (EVM), Rx sensitivity (PER) etc., at connection with the device under test (DUT).
An outline explanation is offered, including MT8862A Tx and Rx evaluation measurement items and screens, as well as simple connection setups using the Web Server function and Network mode.
Explains WLAN equipment evaluation example.
For customers developing WLAN equipment (IoT products)
The spread and increase of IoT installations is raising the importance of evaluating the communications performance of WLAN devices built into IoT products. This introduces and suggests evaluation examples for WLAN equipment.
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The Wireless Connectivity Test Set MT8862A is for measuring the RF TRx characteristics of WLAN IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n/ac equipment. Measure RF performance under actual operating conditions for quality assurance of diverse and complex devices. Ideal for RF measurements at product development and design validation.
Since both signaling and non-signaling mode test environments are supported, the best test method matching the development status and test conditions can be selected for effective and efficient evaluation. With support for both signaling and non-signaling test modes, Anritsu’s Wireless connectivity Test Set MT8862A can perform
evaluations in each mode in the same test environment to easily cancel any effects of different test
The MT8862A can measure RF TRx characteristics during
communications with commercial wireless LAN (WLAN) devices.
It has the PER measurement function required by the immunity
test and supports fixed or changing Rx power levels.
To support the various requirements of rapidly increasing numbers of WLAN devices, a new IEEE 802.11ax communications standard is being prepared along with provision to support an extended 6-GHz frequency band.
With its easy-to-use GUI, the Wireless Connectivity Test Set MT8862A supports signal-quality measurements for this WLAN IEEE 802.11ax standard. Moreover, in addition to displaying results both graphically and numerically, Pass/Fail evaluations can be performed based on freely set reference values.
Anritsu offers three products for CPE R&D and QA. These testers have a Signaling Mode to establish call connection by
functioning as a base station or access point. The Signaling Mode is effective for evaluating end-device RF performance,
such as OTA TRP/TIS, because there is no need to use test firmware or a device control interface.
The Wireless Connectivity Test Set MT8862A supports IEEE802.11b/a/g/n/ac/ax tests of wireless characteristics; it is a useful
instrument for design and quality evaluation of the wireless equipment forming part of wireless recharging systems.
Explains importance of benchmarking (evaluation examples) for WLAN equipment
For development and manufacturing of WLAN equipment. Sometimes, even products that have passed wireless legal compliance tests have problems. Some examples of troubleshooting and solutions are explained.
New electrical devices with built-in WLAN often suffer from connection problems due to various factors. This leaflet describes some typical issues caused by noise from USB and explains effective methods for identifying these issues.
Best WLAN Test Solution for CTIA/WFA CWG Test Plan Ver. 2.1.
Explains precautions for self-poisoning (intra-EMC) with WLAN equipment.
We introduce points for avoiding problems after delivery while presenting reliable quantifiable data on wireless communications characteristics from an actual (wireless) environment.