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Multi-Nyquist Zones Operation-Solution Note

Traditionally, Arbitrary Waveform Generators have analog BW, which is not much higher than the BW of its DAC’s Nyquist criteria, causing the suppression of signals at higher Nyquist zones. The new DAC technology found in Tabor’s Signal Expert series of AWGs, offers exceptionally wide bandwidth reaching up to 7GHz and even beyond. Ideal for research, electronic test, radar & IEEE 802.11ad applications.

Next generation wideband wireless technologies (WLAN, UWB and 5G)

Mark Elo, US National Sales Manager
Next generation wireless signal such as WLAN in the 6GHz band, Ultra-wideband (UWB) and 5G use orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) to transmit high speed data over a wireless link. OFDM uses hundreds of carries with a simple narrowband modulation on each carrier. This means each carrier is more robust to interference but has a low transmission bandwidth, but by having 100’s of carriers you get a highspeed data transfer rate. The force multiplier!

Generating and Measuring Communications Signals with the Proteus AWT

Mark Elo, US National Sales Manager
Creating and analyzing signals with Proteus and MATLAB takes a few simple steps. In this application note we show how to generate and receive a WLAN beacon signal at 2.4GHz in the instruments' first Nyquist Zone. The code can easily be modified to create a signal in the second Nyquist zone, all the way up to the WiFi-6 frequency extension of 7.125GHz.

WiGig - Solution Note

One of the key elements in a WiGig test setup, is an Arbitrary Waveform Generator. see how the Tabor SE5082, with its 5GS/s sampling clock & up to 5GHz IQ modulation bandwidth can serve as an excellent candidate.

IQ Modulation- Solution Note

Today, modulated signals are used in almost every existing communication method. They are found in many industries such as mobile phones, radars, lasers, Wi-Fi networks, modems, navigation systems (GPS), RFID tags and satellite communications. In implementations such as in digital communications, amplitude and phase may be modulated simultaneously. This way, the baseband signal (the data signal) is separated into two orthogonal components: In-phase and Quadrature.


DTMF – Solution Note

DTMF (Dual-Tone Multi Frequency), or “touch-tone” signaling, was developed as a handset-to-switchboard signaling system for use over analog telephone lines. Using DTMF, a key press results in the generation of 2 tones using distinct frequencies, with a different combination representing each key. DTMF signaling is widely used in telephony and IVR (interactive voice response) applications.

Envelope Tracking – Solution Note

Envelope Tracking is a power supply technique used for improving the energy efficiency of Radio Frequency (RF) power amplifiers. Using this technique, the fixed DC supply voltage to the RF power amplifier is replaced with a dynamic supply voltage that closely tracks the amplitude, or "envelope" of the transmitted RF signal. Envelope tracking ensures that the amplifier is operating at peak efficiency with respect to given output power requirements.

RFID – Solution Note

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an automatic method of collecting data from tags and transmitting it directly into computer systems using radio waves and without human intervention.
An RFID tag is an object that can be integrated into or attached to a product, animal, or person for the purpose of identification and tracking. The tags are read by an RFID reader using radio waves.
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