Broadcast Test System ¸SFU
Specifications
Version
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Broadcast Test System ¸SFU
Specifications
March
2005
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
APPLICATION OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
KEY FEATURES............................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
General ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Intuitive, fast and easy operation.......................................................................................................................................................... 4
Outstanding signal quality .................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Unrivaled flexibility for research and development............................................................................................................................... 4
Ideal for production............................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Easy remote access ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4
RF CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Frequency............................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Frequency sweep ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Reference frequency ............................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Level ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Spectral purity....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
High power and overvoltage protection (option R&S SFU-B90) .......................................................................................................... 6
I/Q MODULATION ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
I/Q modulator........................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
External wideband I/Q .......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Internal baseband I/Q ........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
I/Q output.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
Extended I/Q (option R&S SFU-K80) ................................................................................................................................................... 8
MPEG-2 inputs ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Internal test signals............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
DIGITAL MODULATION SYSTEMS ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
DVB-T/H (option R&S SFU-K1)............................................................................................................................................................ 9
DVB-C (option R&S SFU-K2) .............................................................................................................................................................10
DVB-S (option R&S SFU-K3) .............................................................................................................................................................10
DVB-S2 (option R&S SFU-K8) (see ordering information).................................................................................................................10
AMC (advanced modulation coding, option R&S SFU-K108) ............................................................................................................11
DMB-T (TDS-OFDM, option R&S SFU-K7) (see ordering information) .............................................................................................11
NOISE GENERATOR AWGN (OPTION R&S SFU-K40).................................................................................................................................11
PHASE NOISE (OPTION R&S SFU-K41)......................................................................................................................................................12
IMPULSIVE NOISE (OPTION R&S SFU-K42) ................................................................................................................................................12
BER MEASUREMENTS (OPTION R&S SFU-K60).........................................................................................................................................12
FADING SIMULATOR (OPTION R&S SFU-B30) ............................................................................................................................................13
ENHANCED FADING (OPTION R&S SFU-K30) (SEE ORDERING INFORMATION)..............................................................................................14
TS GENERATOR (OPTION R&S SFU-K20)..................................................................................................................................................14
TS RECORDER (OPTION R&S SFU-K21) ...................................................................................................................................................15
ARBITRARY WAVEFORM GENERATOR (OPTION R&S SFU-K35) ...................................................................................................................15
TRIGGER INPUTS/OUTPUTS ........................................................................................................................................................................16
Triggers and connections reserved for future use..............................................................................................................................16
GENERAL DATA .........................................................................................................................................................................................16
Systems data......................................................................................................................................................................................16
Operating data....................................................................................................................................................................................16
ORDERING INFORMATION.......................................................................................................................................................................17
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Introduction
The Broadcast Test System R&S SFU has been designed as a platform for different applications and for future options. It combines
several instruments in one cabinet of only four height units to offer unrivaled RF and baseband characteristics.
Due to its modular design, the R&S SFU can be optimally adapted to the requirements of different applications. It is an ideal research
and development tool for making improvements to introduced standards and for generating new standard signals. Applications that
previously required many different instruments are now fully covered by the R&S SFU. The modern, intuitive concept of the R&S SFU
ensures fast and easy operation.
Application overview
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Broadcast test transmitter with all important standards in one box
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Wide level range for transmitter and chip test applications
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Wide frequency range for limit tests
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RF generator and IF generator functionality
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Frequency steps of 0.1 Hz and uninterrupted level change for margin tests (PLL, AGC)
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Digital noise source for highly precise C/N, also for channel simulation
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Dynamic fading (channel) simulation for testing mobile and multipath reception, diversity simulations
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Internal transport stream generator and special test signals
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Internal transport stream recorder and player for recording and replaying data streams
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Internal arbitrary waveform generator together with R&S WinIQSIM
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User-definable signal impairments and signal modification for research and development
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Modifiable standard parameters for research and development
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Wear-free electronic attenuator for production
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BER measurement on PRBS as well as on MPEG-2 transport streams
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Key features
General
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DTV multistandard platform
Output frequency from 100 kHz to 3 GHz
Support for internal interferer generation
Fully digital baseband signal processing
Upgradeability to multifunctional broadcast test system
Easy installation of most options at customer site
Intuitive, fast and easy operation
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Color display with 1024 × 768 pixels (XVGA format)
Intuitive user interface with Windows XP Embedded
Context-sensitive help system
User-definable favorites for fast access
Outstanding signal quality
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I/Q modulator with 180 MHz RF bandwidth
Very low SSB phase noise of typ. –135 dBc at 1 GHz (20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
High optional output power of up to +19 dBm (PEP), overrange +26 dBm
High-stability reference oscillator as standard
Unrivaled flexibility for research and development
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Multistandard platform that supports expansions
Transmission simulations
TS baseband generator and recorder with universal coder for realtime signal generation
Arbitrary waveform generator with 64 Msample, supported by R&S WinIQSIMTM software
Internal hard disk as standard for storing waveforms and modulation data
Ideal for production
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Wear-free electronic attenuator of up to 3 GHz over the full level range
Minimum space requirements: TS generator and test transmitter are accommodated in one instrument of only four height units
Easy remote access
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Remote control via GPIB and LAN
User-friendly remote access by VNC or Remote Desktop
USB connectors for keyboard, mouse and memory stick
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Specifications
Specifications apply under the following conditions:
30 minutes warm-up time at ambient temperature, specified environmental conditions met, calibration cycle adhered to and all internal
adjustments performed. Data designated "overrange" or "underrange" and data without tolerance limits is not binding.
RF characteristics
Frequency
Range
underrange
Accuracy
Resolution of setting
Resolution of synthesis
standard, fundamental frequency range
750 MHz to 1500 MHz
300 kHz to 3 GHz
100 kHz to <300 kHz
depends on reference frequency
0.1 Hz
5 µHz
Frequency sweep
Digital sweep in discrete steps
operating modes
sweep range
step width (lin)
step width (log)
automatic, single shot, manual or external
trigger, linear or logarithmic
full range
full range
0.01% to 100%
Reference frequency
Accuracy
Aging
Temperature effect
Warm-up time
Input for external reference signal
Output for internal reference signal
<1 ⋅ 10
<1 ⋅ 10–9/day
–7
after 30 days of uninterrupted operation
in operating temperature range 0 °C to
+50 °C, standard
to nominal thermostat temperature
frequency (approx. sinewave)
maximum deviation
input level
limits recommended
input impedance
connector
frequency (approx. sinewave)
level
source impedance
connector
<6 ⋅ 10–8
≤10 min
5 MHz, 10 MHz or 13 MHz
–6
3 ⋅ 10
≥–6 dBm to ≤19 dBm
0 dBm to 19 dBm
50 Ω
BNC female, rear
10 MHz or external input frequency
typ. 5 dBm, ±3 dB
50 Ω
BNC female, rear
Level
RF output
Maximum level
Setting range
Level accuracy
Additional uncertainty with ALC OFF,
S&H (sample & hold)
Output impedance
VSWR in 50 Ω system
1
connector
output impedance
without option
with option R&S SFU-B90 (high power
and overvoltage protection)
without option
with option R&S SFU-B90 (high power
and overvoltage protection)
resolution
attenuator mode "auto",
temperature range +18 °C to +33 °C
f ≤ 3 GHz / level ≥–100 dBm
(This function is needed only for some
special applications.)
ALC state ON, standard
f ≤ 3 GHz
ALC state ON, with option R&S SFU-B90
attenuator mode "normal"
attenuator mode "high power"
N female, front
50 Ω
≥+13 dBm (PEP)1
≥+19 dBm (PEP)
–120 dBm to +20 dBm
–120 dBm to +30 dBm
0.1 dB
<0.5 dB
<0.2 dB
<1.6, typ. <1.4
<1.8, typ. <1.6
<1.9, typ. <1.7
PEP = peak envelope power (CW), for other modulation types depending on crest factor.
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Uninterrupted level setting
Back-feed (from ≥50 Ω source)
with attenuator mode fixed, ALC state ON
setting range
maximum permissible RF power in output
frequency range of RF path
maximum permissible DC voltage
with option R&S SFU-B90 (high power and
overvoltage protection)
maximum permissible RF power in
output frequency range of RF path
maximum permissible DC voltage
>20 dB
50 W for max. 5 ms, 0.5 W continuous
20 V
50 W
35 V
Spectral purity
Harmonics
Nonharmonics
Subharmonics
Wideband noise
SSB phase noise
Residual FM
Residual AM
levels ≤ 8 dBm, CW
levels ≤ 12 dBm with option R&S SFU-B90
attenuator mode "high power", CW
CW, vector modulation (full-scale input),
>10 kHz offset from carrier and outside
the modulation spectrum
0.3 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1.5 GHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3.0 GHz
>850 kHz offset from carrier and outside
the modulation spectrum
0.3 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1.5 GHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3.0 GHz
f > 1.5 GHz to 3.0 GHz
carrier offset > 5 MHz,
measurement bandwidth 1 Hz CW
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1.5 GHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
vector modulation with full-scale input
I/Q input gain +3 dB
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1.5 GHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
carrier offset 20 kHz,
measurement bandwidth 1 Hz
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
f = 1 GHz
f = 2 GHz
f = 3 GHz
rms value at f = 1 GHz
300 Hz to 3 kHz
20 Hz to 23 kHz
rms value 20 Hz to 23 kHz at f = 1 GHz
<–30 dBc
<–30 dBc
<–77 dBc
<–80 dBc
<–74 dBc
<–77 dBc
<–86 dBc
<–80 dBc
<–74 dBc
<–146 dBc
<–150 dBc
<–150 dBc
<–143 dBc
<–146 dBc
<–146 dBc
<–128 dBc
<–131 dBc
<–125 dBc
<–121 dBc
<1 Hz
<4 Hz
<0.02%
High power and overvoltage protection (option R&S SFU-B90)
Extends the output level and protects the instrument against externally applied RF power from a 50 Ω source.
Maximum level
19 dBm
Maximum permissible RF power
50 W
Maximum permissible DC voltage
35 V
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I/Q modulation
I/Q modulator
Operating modes
Modulation frequency range
I/Q modulation inputs
I/Q wideband
connector
input impedance
VSWR up to 30 MHz
external wideband I/Q
internal baseband I/Q
100 MHz
BNC female, front
50 Ω
<1.2
Vi 2 + Vq2 = 0.5 V
input voltage for full-scale input
minimum input voltage for ALC state ON
Static error vector
Modulation frequency response
Carrier leakage
I/Q impairments
I/Q swap
0.1 V
rms value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
peak value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
I/Q wideband
up to 50 MHz
up to 5 MHz
without input signal, referenced to
full-scale input2
I offset, Q offset
setting range
resolution
gain imbalance
setting range
resolution
quadrature offset
setting range
resolution
I and Q signals swapped
–10° to +10°
0.1°
ON, OFF
connector
input impedance
VSWR up to 50 MHz
BNC female, front
50 Ω
<1.2
<0.3%
<(0.2% + 0.1% ⋅ f/GHz)
<0.6%
<(0.4% + 0.2% ⋅ f/GHz)
<3 dB
<0.6 dB
<–55 dBc
–10% to +10%
0.01%
–1 dB to +1 dB
0.001 dB
External wideband I/Q
I/Q inputs (I/Q EXT)
(connector equal to I/Q analog IN)
Vi 2 + Vq2 = 0.5 V
input voltage for full-scale input
Modulation frequency
Carrier leakage
Static error vector
2
3
minimum input voltage for ALC state ON
0.1 V
100 MHz
without input signal, referenced to
2
full-scale input
rms value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
peak value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
<–55 dBc
range3
<0.3%
<(0.2% + 0.1% ⋅ f/GHz)
<0.6%
<(0.4% + 0.2% ⋅ f/GHz)
Value applies after 1 hour warm-up and recalibration for 4 hours operation and temperature variations of less than 5 °C.
I/Q wideband ON.
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Internal baseband I/Q
Signal characteristics
D/A converter
Aliasing filter
I/Q impairment
data rate
resolution
sampling rate
with amplitude, group delay and
Si correction
bandwidth, roll-off to –0.1 dB
I offset, Q offset
setting range
resolution
gain imbalance
setting range
resolution
quadrature offset
setting range
resolution
see digital modulation systems
100 MHz
16 bit
400 MHz
(internal interpolation × 4)
40 MHz
–10% to +10%
0.01%
–1 dB to +1 dB
0.01 dB
–10° to +10°
0.1°
Internal optimization of RF parameters is always ON.
I/Q output
I/Q output
connector
output impedance
At RL = 50 Ω, the output voltage depends
on the set modulation signal.
output voltage
Offset
BNC female, rear
50 Ω
0.5 V (VP)
<0.5 mV
Extended I/Q (option R&S SFU-K80)
Option R&S SFU-K80 allows external analog and digital signals to be fed into the digital baseband signal processing of the R&S SFU.
Input signals can be faded in if the fading simulator option has been installed. In addition, the digital baseband signals are available
externally.
Analog I/Q IN
I/Q inputs (I/Q EXT)
(connector equal to I/Q wideband IN)
connector
BNC female, front
input impedance
VSWR (up to 25 MHz)
50 Ω
<1.2
input voltage for full-scale input
Vi 2 + Vq2 = 0.5 V
frequency response up to 30 MHz
A/D converter
offset
0.5 dB
100 MHz/14 bit
<–55 dBfs
connector
output level
level
word width
analog bandwidth
symbol rate
Mini D Ribbon, 26 pins, rear
channel link
LVDS
16 bit
400 Hz to 31 MHz
0.02442 Msps to 100 Msps
connector
output level
level
word width
symbol rate
Mini D Ribbon, 26 pins, rear
channel link
LVDS
16 bit
100 Msps
Digital I/Q IN
I/Q digital input
I/Q digital modulation inputs
Digital I/Q OUT
I/Q digital output
I/Q digital modulation outputs
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MPEG-2 inputs
Parallel SPI input
ASI/SMPTE 310 serial input
Stuffing
TS EXT CLK
Indication
connector
input level
input impedance
connector
ASI input level
SMPTE 310 input level
input impedance
ASI data rate
SMPTE 310 data rate
ASI, SMPTE 310, SPI
stuffing packets
connector
input level
input impedance
measured values
D-Sub female, 25 pins, front, rear
LVDS
100 Ω, differential
BNC female, front, rear
200 mV to 880 mV
400 mV to 880 mV
75 Ω
270 Mbit/s
19.392658 Mbit/s
ON/OFF
see MPEG-2 TS packet at “Internal test
signals”
BNC female, rear
TTL, sinewave (0 dBm)
50 Ω
packet length
data rate
useful data rate
Internal test signals
MPEG-2 TS packet
Special TS packet
PRBS
payload (header + 184 byte payload)
PID
payload (sync byte + 187 byte payload)
PRBS in accordance with ITU-T O.151
00 (hex), FF (hex), PRBS (selectable)
NULL (1FFF hex)/variable
00 (hex), FF (hex), PRBS (selectable)
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2 –1, 2 –1 (selectable)
Digital modulation systems
DVB-T/H (option R&S SFU-K1)
DVB-T/H
Modulation
Coding
meets EN 300744/EN 302304
mode
bandwidth
MER
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
constellation
code rate
guard interval
FFT mode
interleaver
TPS
carrier modification
Special functions
Test signals
4
scrambler, sync byte inversion,
Reed-Solomon, convolutional interleaver,
bit interleaver, symbol interleaver
COFDM
5 MHz, 6 MHz, 7 MHz, 8 MHz (settable for
variable bandwidths: 4 MHz to 7.8 MHz)
>40 dB4
<±0.2 dB
>48 dB
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, hierarchical
coding
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, off
2K, 4K and 8K COFDM
native and in-depth
meets DVB-T/H
carriers and carrier groups can be
switched off
can be disabled
TS test packet (see internal test signals)
PRBS before convolutional encoder
PRBS after convolutional encoder
PRBS before mapper
With internal test signals.
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DVB-C (option R&S SFU-K2)
DVB-C
Modulation
meets EN 300429
mode
symbol rate
pulse filtering
MER
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
Test signals
16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM,
128QAM, 256QAM
0.1 Msps to 8 Msps settable
root cosine roll-off, alpha = 0.15 roll-off,
variable roll-off (0.1 to 0.2)
>40 dB
±0.25 dB
>48 dB
TS test packet (see “Internal test signals”)
PRBS before mapper
DVB-S (option R&S SFU-K3)
DVB-S
Modulation
Coding
Special functions
meets EN 300421/EN 301210
mode
symbol rate
overrange
pulse filtering
MER
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
code rate
energy dispersal, Reed-Solomon coder
(204, 188, t = 8), convolutional interleaver,
convolutional encoder
Test signals
QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM
0.1 Msps to 45 Msps settable
>45 Msps to 66 Msps
root cosine roll-off, alpha = 0.35 roll-off,
variable roll-off (0.25 to 0.45)
>38 dB (27.5 Msps)
±0.25 dB
>45 dB
QPSK: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
8PSK: 2/3, 5/6, 8/9
can be disabled
TS test packet (see “Internal test signals”)
PRBS before convolutional encoder
PRBS after convolutional encoder
PRBS before mapper
DVB-S2 (option R&S SFU-K8) (see ordering information)
DVB-S2
Modulation
Coding
meets EN 302307, broadcast services
mode
symbol rate
pulse filtering
MER
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
code rate
pilot insertion
Special function
Test signals
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error insertion
QPSK, 8PSK
1 Msps to 30 Msps
root raised filtering, alpha = 0.20 roll-off,
variable roll-off (0.15, 0.20, 0.25, 0.35)
>38 dB (20 Msps)
±0.25 dB
>45 dB
QPSK: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10
8PSK: 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10
can be disabled
after CRC-8, BCH or LDPC
TS test packet (see “Internal test signals”)
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AMC (advanced modulation coding, option R&S SFU-K108)
AMC
meets AMC
Modulation
mode
symbol rate
overrange for DIRECTV
pulse filtering
Coding
MER
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
constellation
code rate
hierarchical
constellation
code rate
angle
Special functions
phase noise
supports DIRECTV as well as parts of
DVB-S and phase noise
QPSK
DVB-S: 1 Msps to 42 Msps
DIRECTV: 20 Msps
1 Msps to 30 Msps
root cosine roll-off, alpha = 0.20 roll-off,
variable roll-off (0.15, 0.2, 0.25, 0.35)
>38 dB (20 Msps)
<±0.25 dB
>45 dB
QPSK
DIRECTV: 2/3, 6/7
DVB-S: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
H8PSK
HP DIRECTV: 6/7
LP DVB-S2: 1/3, 1/4
LP 1/3: 13.8°, 11.0°
LP 1/4: 12.33°, 10.0°
can be switched on
DMB-T (TDS-OFDM, option R&S SFU-K7) (see ordering information)
DMB-T (TDS-OFDM)
Modulation
Coding
Special functions
Single frequency network
meets TDS-OFDM
mode
bandwidth
modulation frequency response
shoulder attenuation
constellation
code rate
guard interval
time interleaver
FFT mode
byte interleaver, randomizer, sync word
randomizer, pilot data, GI power boost
randomizer restart
network mode
control
Test signals
field trials in China
COFDM
6 MHz, 7 MHz, 8 MHz (settable for
variable bandwidths:
5.6 MHz to 7.962 MHz)
<0.2 dB
>50 dB
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
4/9, 2/3, 8/9
420, 945
48, 240, 720
4K COFDM
can be disabled
packet/frame
MFN, SFN
MIP, manual
TS test packet (see “Internal test signals”)
Noise generator AWGN (option R&S SFU-K40)
RF bandwidth
Noise
C/N
System bandwidth
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density distribution function
crest factor
setting range
resolution
uncertainty for system bandwidth =
symbol rate and C/N < 20 dB
(bandwidth for determining the noise
power)
range
>96 MHz
Gaussian, statistical, separate for I and Q
18 dB
–30 dB to +60 dB
0.1 dB
<0.2 dB
100 kHz to 80 MHz
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Phase noise (option R&S SFU-K41)
Phase noise
frequency response
amplitude with Fcarrier ±100 Hz
setting range
resolution
max. phase angle
density distribution function
selection from profile files
–10.0 dBc/Hz to –80.0 dBc/Hz, depending
on selected profile
0.1 dB
±180°
Gaussian
Impulsive noise (option R&S SFU-K42)
Pulsed addition of an AWGN signal to the useful signal with settable number of pulses per frame and within settable limits of randomly
distributed pulse intervals.
AWGN signal not pulsed
Key generator
Frame
Pulse
Pulses per frame
Minimum pulse interval
Maximum pulse interval
Distribution of pulse intervals
data
see option R&S SFU-K40
duration
duration
setting range
for number of pulses >1
setting range
resolution
for number of pulses >1
setting range
10 ms, fixed
0.25 µs, fixed
1 to 255
resolution
function
0.25 µs to 63.75 µs
0.25 µs
0.25 µs to 1023.75 µs
max. 10 ms / (pulses per frame – 1)
0.25 µs
PRBS
BER measurements (option R&S SFU-K60)
BER measurements
Indication
Start/restart
PRBS measurements
Input BER clock, BER data, BER enable
BER data
BER clock, BER data
BER enable
Output BER error
for all digital modulation modes
measurement value
information
information
connectors
input impedance
input level
input data rate
PRBS
polarity
connector
output impedance
output level
MPEG-2 TS measurements
Input
input interfaces
DATA VALID
input signal
payload (PRBS in accordance with
ITU-T O.151)
PID
applicable for SPI interface
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error count
measurement time
manual
BNC female, rear
50 Ω
HCT
up to 90 Mbit/s
223–1, 215–1 (in accordance with
ITU-T O.151)
normal, inverted
always, active high, active low
BNC female, rear
50 Ω
HCT
ASI, SPI stuffing off, SMPTE 310 (see
MPEG-2 inputs)
TS packet (see “Internal test signals”)
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15
2 –1 / 2 –1
NULL (1FFF (hex)), variable
active
always
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Fading simulator (option R&S SFU-B30)
The following data is preliminary.
Number of paths
with option R&S SFU-B31
System bandwidth
Path loss
Path delay
Delay groups
Speed range
Doppler frequency range
range
resolution
accuracy
range
resolution
with option R&S SFU-K30
maximum number
with option R&S SFU-B30
with option R&S SFU-B31
allowed delay differences
range
accuracy
setting range
accuracy
Restart
Insertion loss
Correlation
correlation coefficient
setting range
resolution
correlation phase
setting range
resolution
20
40
80 MHz
0 dB to 50 dB
0.01 dB
<0.01 dB
0 ms to 2.56 ms
10 ns
0.01 ns
4
8
<40 µs per group
0 km/h to 1725 km/h for 1 GHz
<0.128%
0 Hz to 1600 Hz
<0.1%
automatic, manual
0 dB to 18 dB, automatic or userdefinable, with clipping indication
0% to 100%
5%
0° to 360°
1°
Fading profiles
Pure Doppler
Static and constant phase
Rayleigh fading
Rice fading
Lognormal fading
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frequency ratio
resolution
path loss
phase
resolution
pseudo noise interval
combination of Rayleigh fading and pure
Doppler
power ratio5
standard deviation
resolution
local constant
–1 to +1 × current Doppler frequency
0.01 × current Doppler frequency
0 dB to 50 dB
0° to 360°
1°
>93 h
–30 dB to +30 dB
0 dB to 12 dB
1 dB
12 m to 200 m for f = 1 GHz
Ratio of discrete component to distributed component.
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Enhanced fading (option R&S SFU-K30) (see ordering information)
The following data is preliminary.
Fine delay 50 MHz mode
Number of paths
with option R&S SFU-B31
System bandwidth
Path delay
Fine delay 30 MHz mode
resolution
Number of paths
resolution
12
24
30 MHz
0.01 ns
in steps of 10 ns
50 MHz
2 per signal path
none
0 ms to 2.56 ms
with option R&S SFU-B31
System bandwidth
Path delay
Moving delay mode
System bandwidth
Number of fading paths
Fading profiles
Basic delay
Delay
Variation
Variation period
Step size
Birth-death mode
8
16
50 MHz
0.01 ns
peak to peak
System bandwidth
Number of fading paths
Fading profiles
Delay
Delay range
Delay grid
Positions
Hopping dwell
separately settable for each signal path
Path delay
resolution
300 ns to 40 µs
10 s to 500 s
<10 ps
50 MHz
2 per signal path
pure Doppler
5 µs to 1000 µs
0 µs to 40 µs
0 µs to 20 µs6
6
3 to 50
100 ms to 5 s
1 ms to 200 ms
10 ns
TS generator (option R&S SFU-K20)
MPEG-2 TS OUTPUT ASI
Transport stream
connector
output impedance
output level
data rate ASI
operating mode
files
length of transport stream packets
sequence length
data rate
PCR jitter
Signal set
6
net data rate
data volume
shape
frequency
amplitude
BNC female, rear
75 Ω
200 mV to 880 mV
270 Mbit/s
packet or continuous
GTS format
ATSC: 188/208 bytes (selectable)
DVB: 188/204 bytes (selectable)
endless and seamless generation with
repetition of video, audio and data contents
100 kbit/s to 214 Mbit/s (including null
packets)
max. 90 Mbit/s
max. 80 Mbyte payload
sine, rectangle and triangle
1 MHz to 100 kHz
0 ms to 1 ms, increment 0.1 µs
moving picture sequences and test patterns
with test tones, for 625 and 525 lines;
DVB/ATSC systems, additional signals via
options
The maximum delay range of 40 µs must not be exceeded.
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TS recorder (Option R&S SFU-K21)
Parallel SPI input
connector
input level
input impedance
clock
operating mode
ASI/SMPTE 310 serial input
connector
ASI input level
SMPTE 310 input level
input impedance
ASI data rate
operating mode
SMPTE 310 data rate
connector
output impedance
output level
ASI data rate
operating mode
files
length of transport stream packets
TS OUTPUT
Transport stream
sequence length
data rate
net data rate
data quantity
recording time
D-sub female, 25 pins, front and rear
LVDS
100 Ω, differential
84.375 kHz to 20 MHz
TRP, 8 bit (8-bit data), T10 (8-bit data,
1-bit data valid, 1-bit packet sync)
BNC female, front and rear
200 mV to 880 mV
400 mV to 880 mV
75 Ω
270 Mbit/s
packet or continuous
19.392658 Mbit/s
BNC female, rear
75 Ω
200 mV to 880 mV
270 Mbit/s
packet or continuous
TRP format (any recorded data streams)
compliant with externally applied/recorded
transport stream
endless and seamless replay with packetexact cut at transition from end of file to
beginning of file
100 kbit/s to 214 Mbit/s (including null
packets)
max. 90 Mbit/s from hard disk
max. data quantity for recording limited
only by size of hard disk
depends on net data rate of applied
transport stream and size of hard disk
Arbitrary waveform generator (option R&S SFU-K35)
Waveform memory
length
resolution
loading time for 10 Msamples
nonvolatile memory
clock rate
accuracy
operating mode
frequency accuracy (internal)
bandwidth
with clock rate = 100 MHz (no
interpolation), roll-off drop to –0.1 dB
with clock rate ≤100 MHz, drop to
−0.1 dB
sampling rate
Clock generation
Interpolation
512 samples to 64 Msamples in
one-sample steps
16 bit
15 s
hard disk
400 Hz to 100 MHz
0.001 Hz
internal, external
accuracy of reference frequency
40 MHz
0.31 × clock rate
automatically interpolated to the internal
100 MHz data rate
TM
With R&S WinIQSIM : Software version 4.24 or later supports the download of I/Q data and the control of the R&S SFU-K35.
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Trigger inputs/outputs
Triggers and connections reserved for future use
Triggers 1 to 10
Main trigger IN
Main trigger OUT
connector
input impedance
input level
connector
input impedance
input level
D-Sub female, 25 pins, rear
high
HCT
BNC female, rear
50 Ω
HCT
operational systems
PC platform
Windows XP Embedded
internal hard disk
50
XVGA 1024 × 768
rotary knob, hardkeys and softkeys
external mouse and keyboard via USB
SCPI 1999.5
IEC 60625 (IEEE 488)
1 to 30
SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP1, DC1,
DT1, C0
10/100BaseT
1.1 (full speed)
24-contact Amphenol, rear
RJ-45, rear
USB, front, rear
IEC 60320 C14, rear
General data
Systems data
Systems
Local control
External control
Remote control
Connectors
memory for settings
display
controls
controls
command set
IEC/IEEE
address range
IEC/IEEE interface functions
Ethernet
USB
IEC/IEEE
Ethernet
USB
power inlet
Operating data
Power supply
input voltage range, AC, nominal
AC supply frequency
power factor correction
EMC
Immunity to interfering field strength
Environmental conditions
operating temperature range
Mechanical resistance
storage temperature range
climatic resistance, 95% rel. humidity,
cyclic test at +25 °C/+40 °C
vibration, sinusoidal
random
shock
Electrical safety
Dimensions
Weight
W × H × D in mm
W × H × D in inches
fully equipped in kg
fully equipped in lb
Recommended calibration interval
Standard warranty period
7
100 V to 240 V
3.6 A to 1.3 A
47 Hz to 63 Hz
meets EN 61000-3-2
meets EN 55011 Class B, EN 61326
up to 10 V/m
+5 °C to +45 °C7
meets DIN EN 60068-2-1,
DIN EN 60068-2-2
–20 °C to +60 °C
meets DIN EN 60068-2-3,
DIN EN 60068-2-30
5 Hz to 150 Hz, max. 2 g at 55 Hz,
55 Hz to 150 Hz, 0.5 g const.,
meets DIN EN 60068-2-6
10 Hz to 300 Hz, acceleration 1.2 g (rms),
meets DIN EN 60068-2-64
40 g shock spectrum,
meets DIN EN 60068-2-27, MIL-STD-810E
meets IEC 61010-1, EN 61010-1, and
UL 61010B-1, CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1
435 × 192 × 460 (4 HU)
17.14 × 7.56 × 18.12 (4 HU)
15
33.1
3 years
1 year
Reduced brightness of LCD at higher operating temperatures.
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Ordering information
Option identification: R&S SFU-Bxy = hardware option, R&S SFU-Kxy = software option.
Delivery of R&S SFU base unit only with minimum of one coder installed.
Designation
Broadcast Test System
including power cable, hardcopy of quick start guide,
CD-ROM (includes operating manuals and quick start
guide)
Options
RF path
High Power and Overvoltage Protection
Coding
DVB-T/H
DVB-C
DVB-S
DMB-T (TDS-OFDM)
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B1)
DVB-S2
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B1)
AMC
(requires an installed R&S SFU-K8 and an installed
R&S SFU-B1)
Coder Extension 1
Simulation
Fading Simulator
Enhanced Fading
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B30)
Fading Simulator Extension to 40 Paths
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B30)
ARB Generator
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B3)
Noise Generator AWGN
Phase Noise
Impulsive Noise
Transport stream generator
TS Generator incl. SDTV Streams
TS Recorder
(requires an installed R&S SFU-B6 and an installed
R&S SFU-B4)
DVB-H Streams
TCM Streams
HDTV Streams
Measurements and analysis
BER Measurements
Baseband inputs/outputs
Extended I/Q
Other expansions
Memory Extension 1
Memory Extension 2
User I/O (additional input/output)
2nd HD
Recommended extras
Hardcopy of operating manuals; includes quick start
guide (in English)
Hardcopy of service manuals (in English)
19" Rack Adapter
Adapter for Telescopic Sliders
Keyboard with USB Interface (US assignment)
Mouse with USB Interface, optical
External USB CD-RW Drive
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Type
R&S SFU
Order No.
2110.2500.02
R&S SFU-B90
2110.8008.02
R&S SFU-K1
R&S SFU-K2
R&S SFU-K3
R&S SFU-K7
2110.7301.02
2110.7324.02
2110.7330.02
2110.7382.02
R&S SFU-K8
2110.7399.02
R&S SFU-K108
2110.7418.02
R&S SFU-B1
2110.7424.02
R&S SFU-B30
R&S SFU-K30
2110.7530.02
2110.7560.02
R&S SFU-B31
2110.7547.02
R&S SFU-K35
2110.7601.02
R&S SFU-K40
R&S SFU-K41
R&S SFU-K42
2110.7653.02
2110.7660.02
2110.7676.02
R&S SFU-K20
R&S SFU-K21
2110.7476.02
2110.7482.02
R&S DV-DVBH
R&S DV-TCM
R&S DV-HDTV
2085.8704.02
2085.7708.02
2085.7650.02
R&S SFU-K60
2110.7782.02
R&S SFU-K80
2110.7953.02
R&S SFU-B3
R&S SFU-B4
R&S SFU-B5
R&S SFU-B6
2110.7447.02
2110.7453.02
2110.7460.02
2110.7501.02
2110.2522.12
R&S ZZA-411
R&S ZZA-T45
R&S PSL-Z2
R&S PSL-Z10
R&S PSP-B6
2110.2522.22
1096.3283.00
1109.3774.00
1157.6870.03
1157.7060.02
1134.8201.12
Broadcast Test System R&S SFU
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Certified Environmental System
ISO 9001
ISO 14001
DQS REG. NO 1954 QM
DQS REG. NO 1954 UM
For more information, see
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Europe: Tel. +49R&S®
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