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WLAN Testing and Analysis (IEEE 802.11) Testing and Analysis
Accelerate and Simplify Test and Analysis of 802.11 Wireless LAN Devices
Whether you are testing a new chipset, designing a new wireless module, or integrating a WLAN module into your latest design, Tektronix provides Wi-Fi physical layer (PHY) testing solutions to help you get the job done and get your design to market faster.
Check out the information below to learn more about best practices for WLAN testing, pre-compliance steps for success and how Tektronix solutions can help you pass your performance and compliance tests the first time.
This primer provides a general overview for each of the 802.11 standards, their PHY layer characteristics and their testing requirements. In this document, we use 802.11 and IEEE 802.11 interchangeably.
When you search for a Wi-Fi module for your application, there are many different kinds of solutions to choose from. Read this guide on best practices for selecting the optimal Wi-Fi chipset or module for integration.
This application note outlines the typical design cycle of using a prepackaged WLAN module and the potential pitfalls.
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802.11 Wi-Fi Testing Made Easy
Download your poster today and enjoy the convenience of seeing all Wi-Fi standards at a glance. This poster will help you to understand and quickly reference new emerging Wi-Fi standards.
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How to Select your Wi-Fi Module
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Navigating the Road to WiGig
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