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WLAN Signal Analyzer

WLAN (IEEE 802.11 abg) Signal Analysis Solution

WiLANTA LVSA11abg is the ideal solution for research, design and evaluation of IEEE 802.11a, b and g transmitters.

WiLANTA LVSA11abg displays PHY layer measurements including raw data and MAC parameters. It allows you to take advantage of high-efficiency testing and measurements by defining suitable span, trigger, attenuation, and reference levels. WiLANTA LVSA11abg lets you analyze signal data stored on disk in .txt, .rtf, .ASCII, and .bin format. This enables importing of signal data captured elsewhere, including any third party signal generatori. Multiple .bin and .rtf signal files stored in a directory can be analyzed using WiLANTA LVSA11abg’s batch processing functionality.

In addition, colorful waveforms of data along with markers and zoom options, add a third dimension to signal analysis.It’s the only analyzer built to offer scalability and seamless integration with the PXI instruments.

Powerful analysis capabilities help scientists, engineers, and researchers to understand the transmitter characteristics of a WLAN DUT.

Engineers use WiLANTA LVSA11abg to create an environment that requires less cycle time to build a product with the desired attributes and performance, improve manufacturing yields, and directly contribute to overall product quality and profitability.The power of WiLANTA LVSA11abg helps you save time, money, and reduce the development risk.

WiLANTA LVSA11abg is available in two versions

Dot Full -> Real Time + Offline signal Analysis
Dot IQ Analyzer -> Offline signal Analysis only
Standards Supported
Supported frequency range
Data Rates Supported
Modulation formats Supported

Supports real time and offline analysis

Supports Multi Frame analysis

Importing Options
Saving options
Easy to use interface allows to
Display Parameters
Graphical Utilities
Error indication

Comprehensive Help

Set up

IEEE 802.11b/g signal generation set up to analyze/study the receiver characteristics of 802.11b/g device

RF Measurements

RF Measurements: Power Spectral Density,
Power in Band and Occupied Bandwidth can be viewed simultaneously

Baseband Measurements

Constellation diagram

MAC Parameters

  • Broad range capabilities to characterize physical layer and MAC layer of IEEE 802.11 a/b/g WLAN transmitters
  • Real-time capture of IEEE 802.11 a/b/g WLAN signals
  • Collect and analyze
  • Detect and diagnose RF Problems
  • Provides various file saving and importing options
  • Analyze multiple signal files in batches
  • Flexibility to perform real-time and stored-signal analysis
  • Elegant and easy to use
  • Fast and accurate analysis
  • Designers can move quickly from the simulation domain to analysis of real world 802.11b/g systems
  • Verification of chipset designs
  • Seamless integration with NI PXI 5660 RFSA and Ascor
  • Quickly identify and debug errors
  • Use at each stage of analysis to identify signal impairments and deviations from theory