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802.16 Analysis Tools

 

802.16e BS & MS Transmitter Testing

Overview

SeaMAX Mobile BS IQ Analyzer is IEEE 802.16e-2005 OFDMA PHY Base station signal analysis solution. SeaMAX Mobile supports 1.25, 3.5, 7, 8.75, 10, 14, 17.5, 20 and 28 MHz bandwidths and letís configure the acquired rate. SeaMAX Mobile provides the flexibility either to configure the PHY parameters such as FFT Size and cyclic prefix or to select the option to auto detect these values. The import function loads the IQ signal files (individual or combined IQ files) from .txt file format. The analyzer lets you save the decoded data as a HEX or Binary file, visualize and analyze the transmitter parameters including effect of impairments like fading channels, frequency offsets, IQ mismatch on the downloaded RF signal.

SeaMAX Mobile BS IQ Analyzer plots the transmit power level, based on the strength of the signal received from the base station transmitter. Plots such as EVM and constellation confirm the signal quality. It provides the flexibility to analyze the Burst of choice and to save and print the plots.

SeaMAX Mobile BS IQ Analyzer includes the basic and advanced features to analyze Mobile WiMAX complaint signals.

Features

SMAX BSIQ generator includes the basic and advanced features to generate WiMAX complaint signals.
 

Standards Supported

   
IEEE 802.16e-2005 OFDMA PHY
   

Zone type supported

   
PUSC
   

FFT sizes

   
2048, 1024, 512, 128
   

Cyclic prefix values

   
1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
   

Bandwidths

   
1.25, 3.5, 5, 7, 8.75, 10, 14, 17.5, 20, 28 MHz.
   

Modulation formats

   
BPSK (Pilots only)
QPSK
16QAM
64QAM

FEC schemes

CC, CTC
   

Graphical utilities

   
Print
Zoom
Set Markers and change the appearance of plot
Color
Line style and thickness
   

Frame length

   
2, 2.5, 4, 5, 8, 10, 12.5, 20 ms
   

Downlink ratio

   
50% to 75%
   

Acquired rate (MS/s)

   
User acquired rate of frame
   

No. of OFDMA symbols in UL zone

   
Configurable in steps of 3 OFDMA symbols
 

Segment

   
0, 1, or 2; only one segment may be analyzed at a time
   

UL_PermBase

   
0 to 69
   

Signal Analysis configuration

   
Analysis selection
Downlink (Auto/Manual).
Uplink
   

Parameter display

   
CP
FFT size
PN index
Segment
DL_IDcell
DL MAP Type
Frequency offset
Downlink bursts' Bit rate,
Data EVM (rms) %
Pilot EVM (rms) %
FCH fields for downlink subframe and Ranging Frame Type
   

Plots

   
IQ
Transmit power
Channel frequency response
EVM/sub carriers
EVM/symbols

Constellation diagram
   

Saving Options

   
Save decoded data in hex and binary format for Base Station and Mobile Subscriber station.
   

File load settings

   
Combined IQ data text file
Individual I and Q data text file
 
EVM/Subcarrier Plot of the Decoded
Downlink Signal


Figure 1
Power Spectrum Plot of the Decoded
Downlink Signal


Figure 2
 

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