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Calibration application rolls for TD-SCDMA phones

Posted: 01 Oct 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TD-SCDMA? calibration application? mobile phones?

A TD-SCDMA calibration application has been introduced by Agilent Technologies Inc., which it touts to be the industry's most cost-effective, high-performance, calibration-optimized solution for TD-SCDMA mobile phone manufacturing. Designed for use with the company's E6601A Wireless Communication Test Set, the Agilent E6835A enables the E6601A to support multiformat handset calibration, including TD-SCDMA, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, W-CDMA/HSDPA and cdma2000/1xEV-DO. This multiformat support, coupled with stable, accurate, repeatable results, allows today's handset manufacturers to expedite user equipment (UE) calibration while producing high-quality TD-SCDMA/GSM UEs.

Agilent's new E6835A application fully supports all requirements for TD-SCDMA chipset calibration. It also provides many of the additional RF performance tests as required by the 34.122 TD-SCDMA test standard. These tests include mean power and RRC-filtered mean power, adjacent channel leakage ratio, spectrum emission mask, error vector magnitude, frequency error and peak code domain error, occupied bandwidth, and transmit on/off power mask measurements.

Working together, the Agilent E6835A and E6601A provide industry-leading measurement speed and integrity, built-in windows PC functionality, licensing flexibility, scalability, and software-upgradeable formats. These features are designed to simplify the test process, drive down manufacturing cost-of-test, and accelerate the time-to-volume for high-quality TD-SCDMA/GSM dual-mode UE production.




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