Agilent/HP 8922G GSM/DCS/PCS MS Test Set

Agilent/HP 8922G GSM/DCS/PCS MS Test Set
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 8922G GSM/DCS/PCS MS Test Set

 

Agilent/HP 8922G GSM/DCS/PCS MS Test Set

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  • 005
  • 010 83220A
  • 012
  • R10
  • R74 Low Power Attenuator
  • 101

   The Agilent/HP 8922G is a powerful GSM RF Test Set designed for high volume manufacturing. Flexible, but easy to use, its extensive feature set makes it the ideal choice when speed, accuracy and repeatability are key to minimizing production costs. When used in conjunction with an Agilent 83220A/E, the frequency range of the Agilent 8922G is extended to cover the DCS1800 and PCS1900 bands. The Agilent 8922P, based on the Agilent 8922G and Agilent 83220E, enhances the Agilent 8922G by adding Dual-band assignment capability.

Features

  • Emulates GSM Base Station
  • Easy to use; one button call set-up from power on
  • Fast, accurate and repeatable measurements
  • GSM Phase II compatible (including fast burst BER measurements and Enhanced Full-rate Speech)
  • High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD)
  • E-GSM and Dual-band assignment capability
  • Electronic attenuators for increased reliability
  • Tool kit of instruments including spectrum and audio analyzers
  • Full control over GPIB
  • Agilent 83212D software provides full automatic testing of a GSM mobile phone
  • More flexible and 25% faster than the Agilent 8922S

Serving the needs of the GSM mobile manufacturer

    Maximize production throughput and minimize the cost per test with the 8922G GSM MS test set. It offers the highest speed of test in its class while guaranteeing accurate and repeatable measurements.

Expand to DCS1800 or PCS1900

   Add the 83220A/E test set to test DCS1800 and PCS1900 mobiles.

Transmitter Testing

   Transmitter measurements such as power versus time, modulation phase and frequency error, and burst timing are made using a fast DSP analyzer. There's also an accurate peak power meter to perform the GSM average Tx power measurement, taking samples only during the active part of the burst.

Receiver Testing

   Receiver testing is done using an accurate 0.3 GMSK source. The wide dynamic range allows for low-level sensitivity measurements and high power tests to check for receiver saturation. Mobile receiver sensitivity is measured by making bit-error-rate measurements on Class Ia, Ib and II bits in either raw or residual form.

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