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IEEE 802.15.4 Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Measurement Suite
IEEE 802.15.4 UWB is a high-level communication protocol used to create personal area networks built from small, low-power digital radios. HRP UWB PHY waveform is based upon an impulse radio signaling scheme using band limited pulses. It supports three independent bands of operation such as Sub-gigahertz (249.6 -749.6 MHz), Low band (3.1- 4.8 GHz) and high band (6 GHz to 10.6GHz).
The MAXEYE Technologies provides generation and analysis functions in LabVIEW for generating and analyzing the IEEE 802.15.4 UWB standard complaint signals using The National Instruments Vector Signal Generators (NI VSG) and Vector Signal Analyzers (NI VSA) or Vector Signal Transceivers (NI VST).
MaxEye IEEE 802.15.4 UWB Measurement Suite
The current version of the toolkit supports HRP UWB physical layer mode.
The standard defines BPM BPSK modulation scheme with different data rates based on theChannel number.
This toolkit is used to test, measure and analyse the performance of UWB devices operating in the Sub-gigahertz (249.6 -749.6 MHz), Low band (3.1- 4.8 GHz) and high band (6 GHz to 10.6GHz). The design validation and verification stage of development requires more intensive analysis tools such as Base band impulse trace to debug various issues in product design. The production test requires more definitive measurements such as Clock and Frequency Offset so you can compare performance to test limits.
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