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NEW - IQCreator® Version 8.2 Released

January 17, 2011
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IQCreator® is a Windows-based software application that enables a user to set up a modulation scheme and then create an ARB file for use in conjunction with either the 3410 Series or 3020 PXI Series Signal Generators. Graphical displays of the waveform FFT, vector and constellation diagrams, etc. can be viewed and exported for use in other Windows™ applications. The ARB file may be saved or downloaded into the ARB. User-defined configurations can also be saved. Consequently, it is possible to load previously saved setups to regenerate the ARB files quickly and easily. IQCreator® application software is supplied as standard with the 3410 and 3020 Series signal generators. The 3410 Series requires the option 005 ARB waveform generator to be fitted and the 3020 PXI Series requires option 100, Enable IQCreator. The capabilities of IQCreator® include: WMAN 802.16 (2005) OFDMA NEW! 802.16 (2004) OFDM Generic Modulation PSK, FSK, MSK, QAM modulation types Tones AWGN Nyquist, Root Nyquist and Gaussian filters PRBS, fixed pattern and user-defined data sources IQ errors – residual carrier, IQ imbalance, quadrature offset Multi-carrier TDMA Digital Standards GSM 900, 1800, 1900 EDGE TETRA DECT VDL-Modes 2, 3, 4 Generic Frame Editor Multi-carrier Graphics FFT Vector Constellation CCDF Code Domain Power CDMA Digital Standards TD-SCDMA (TSM) CDMAone (IS-95) 1 XEVDO 3GPP FDD CDMA2000 Multi-carrier WLAN 802.11a 802.11b 802.11g Multi-carrier Online Help Comprehensive On-Line Help NEW! IQCreator® also includes a utility that allows the user generated files in binary or ASCII format to be converted and packaged into a form that can be downloaded into the ARB.

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