The application note guides developers and manufactures of Sigfox Devices to perform the required and recommended measurements with test solutions from Rohde & Schwarz. The note will help bring ultranarrowband IoT devices and applications using Sigfox technology to the market as fast as possible and help ensure the desired quality and performance.
This white paper is the first in our Enabling IoT Series. It covers the technologies and standards that are being developed and deployed globally for a wide range of applications.
Today, R&D engineers face challenging time-to-market goals. Extending the product development schedule and delaying the product launch can prove to be extremely costly in terms of opportunity cost and lost market share. Nearly 50 % of products fail EMC compliance the first time. Every day spent on debugging, isolating and correcting the EMI problem increases…
Long term evolution (LTE) provides global mobility with a wide range of services that includes voice, data and video in a mobile environment with lower deployment costs. Mobile networks are rapidly transforming – traffic growth, increased bit rates per user etc., due to new technologies such as LTE. The growth in mobile traffic is mainly…
This white paper summarizes the various Bluetooth technologies with a focus on the physical layer in line with core specification version 5.0.
A new test solution now covers the network activities of wireless devices, providing important information about security gaps.
In order to verify the power consumption and battery life time, voltage and current have to be measured accurately for different operating states of the device under test. This application note explains battery life tests utilizing different methods including example applications.
This Ebook is a compendium of articles that examine different aspects of tactical communications radios and system design.
This application note describes how to perform the measurements defined in Bluetooth test. As an alternative solution, we also cover how to perform almost all of the measurements with a spectrum analyzer and signal generator.
The majority of devices that constitute the Internet of Things (IoT) will use machine-to-machine communications technologies to communicate with each other and with IoT applications to the cloud. Consequently, there is a need for more end-to-end application testing in order to optimize for example power consumption and reaction times.