Agilent Technologies Inc. (Santa Clara, CA) [NYSE: A] has announced a new protocol testing solution for MIPITM Alliance Gear2 DigRf v4 RFICs. The Agilent M9252A DigRF host adapter allows developers to speed testing and analysis of RFICs used in cellular phones, tablets and other mobile devices. The Agilent RDX family, the M9252A DigRF host adapter provides:
- The serial stimulus needed to evaluate and characterize circuits based on the DigRF v4 specification.
- A single module that combines stimulus and Rx side capture to generate configurable control and data traffic and allow developers to observe the response from the device under test.
- Support for configurable traffic generation with customizable headers, payloads, and frame-sequence control.
- Characterization and analysis of RFIC performance with LTE-Advanced transmit and receive waveforms.
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