Return loss is better than 20dB from 1 GHz to 6 GHz and better than 15 dB down to 700 MHz. The loss is typically associated with antennas. The signal is fed in through barrel connectors, so no loss there. Test frequencies supported are from 700 MHz to 6 GHz.
Thank you for today. My two questions are: what is the average transmission loss of your test chamber from the outside of the box to the inside at a typical DUT frequency. And secondly, what is the ballpark worst case return loss of the interior walls at a typical DUT frequency?
So this MPE, I would want to use it simulate the OTA environment to test and understand the behavior of a 2G/3G cellular device. Is it suitable for that type of work? At this point we would not be using it for studying MIMO, and not for 802.11 (yet).
We are currently testing a 3G/2G device. The connectivity is impaired by low signal level that is further reduced by fades. Does octoscope sell a channel emulator? If so, what is the approx cost? This is not a MIMO system.
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