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E stablished 1981
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
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Version
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¸SMJ100A Vector Signal Generator
December
2007
Data sheet
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CONTENTS
Key features ..............................................................................................................................................................................................4
Baseband generator options...................................................................................................................................................................5
Modulation ................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Possible modulation types ......................................................................................................................................................................5
Simultaneous modulation........................................................................................................................................................................5
RF characteristics ....................................................................................................................................................................................6
Frequency ...............................................................................................................................................................................................6
Frequency sweep....................................................................................................................................................................................6
Reference frequency...............................................................................................................................................................................6
Level .......................................................................................................................................................................................................7
Measured level data................................................................................................................................................................................8
Level sweep ............................................................................................................................................................................................9
Spectral purity .........................................................................................................................................................................................9
List mode ..............................................................................................................................................................................................10
Analog modulation .................................................................................................................................................................................11
Internal modulation generator ...............................................................................................................................................................11
Input for external modulation signals ....................................................................................................................................................11
Amplitude modulation ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
Wideband amplitude modulation...........................................................................................................................................................12
Pulse modulation ..................................................................................................................................................................................12
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Frequency modulation (R&S SMJ-B20 option) ....................................................................................................................................12
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Phase modulation (R&S SMJ-B20 option) ...........................................................................................................................................12
I/Q modulation ........................................................................................................................................................................................13
I/Q modulator ........................................................................................................................................................................................13
External wideband I/Q...........................................................................................................................................................................13
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Internal baseband I/Q (with R&S SMJ-B13 option) ..............................................................................................................................14
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Differential I/Q output (R&S SMJ-B16 option) ......................................................................................................................................16
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Digital baseband output (R&S SMJ-B18 option) ..................................................................................................................................17
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I/Q baseband generator (R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 option) – arbitrary waveform mode......................................................18
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I/Q baseband generator (R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11 option) – realtime operation..................................................................................20
Modulation uncertainty for main standards ...........................................................................................................................................24
Signal performance for digital standards ..............................................................................................................................................24
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Digital standards (for the R&S SMU-B9/-B10/-B11) ............................................................................................................................28
Digital standards with external PC software........................................................................................................................................28
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM2™ (for the R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 ARB) .........................................................29
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM™ (for the R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 ARB) ...........................................................29
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Noise generation ....................................................................................................................................................................................30
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Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN, R&S SMJ-K62 option)...........................................................................................................30
Other options ..........................................................................................................................................................................................31
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BER measurement (R&S SMJ-K80 option)..........................................................................................................................................31
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BLER measurement (R&S SMJ-K80 option)........................................................................................................................................31
General data............................................................................................................................................................................................32
Remote control......................................................................................................................................................................................32
Operating data ......................................................................................................................................................................................32
License information...............................................................................................................................................................................32
Ordering information..............................................................................................................................................................................33
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Key features
Intuitive operation
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Color display with 800 × 600 pixels (SVGA format)
Intuitive user interface with graphical display of signal flow (block diagram)
Graphical display of baseband signals through built-in transient recorder
Context-sensitive help system
Outstanding signal quality
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I/Q modulator with 200 MHz RF bandwidth
Very low SSB phase noise of typ. –133 dBc (f = 1 GHz, 20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
Wideband noise of typ. –153 dBc (CW, f = 1 GHz, >10 MHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
Excellent ACLR performance of typ. +69 dB with 3GPP FDD (test model 1, 64 DPCH)
Very high level repeatability of 0.05 dB
High-stability reference oscillator as standard
Unrivaled flexibility
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Support of EUTRA/LTE signal generation
Support of WiMAX IEEE 802.16-2004/Corr1-2005, 802.16e-2005, and WiBro
Four code channels in realtime for 3GPP FDD, support of HSDPA and HSUPA
Support of WLAN IEEE 802.11a, b, g and n
Change of modulation from slot to slot for GSM/EDGE
Baseband generator with universal coder for realtime signal generation
Arbitrary waveform generator with 16 Msample, 64 Msample or 128 Msample and multisegment support
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Arbitrary waveform generator supported by R&S WinIQSIM2 and R&S WinIQSIM simulation software
Ideal for production
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Very short frequency and level setting times (<2 ms); only 450 µs in List mode
Electronic attenuator with overvoltage protection up to 6 GHz over full level range
Flexible high speed measurements with RF List mode and multisegment waveforms
Connectivity
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Remote control via LAN (Gigabit Ethernet, VXI11) and GPIB
Remote operation via Windows Remote Desktop or VNC
User-selectable trigger and marker signals
USB connectors for keyboard, mouse, and memory stick
LXI class C compliance
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Baseband generator options
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The R&S SMJ100A can be equipped with one of the following I/Q baseband generators:
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R&S SMJ-B9
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R&S SMJ-B10
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R&S SMJ-B11
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R&S SMJ-B50
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R&S SMJ-B51
Baseband Generator with ARB (128 Msample) and Digital Modulation (realtime)
Baseband Generator with ARB (64 Msample) and Digital Modulation (realtime)
Baseband Generator with ARB (16 Msample) and Digital Modulation (realtime)
Baseband Generator with ARB (64 Msample)
Baseband Generator with ARB (16 Msample)
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The R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11 baseband generators include an arbitrary waveform generator and a realtime coder. If these baseband
generators are installed, the following software options can be added:
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Digital standards and modulation systems running on the instrument (R&S SMJ-K40 to R&S SMJ-K61 options)
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM2™ (R&S SMJ-K240 to R&S SMJ-K262 options); R&S WinIQSIM2™ runs on an
external PC
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM™ (R&S SMJ-K11 to R&S SMJ-K20 options); R&S WinIQSIM™ runs on an external PC
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R&S SMJ-K5/-K6/-K8 options
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The R&S SMJ-B50/-B51 baseband generators include an arbitrary waveform generator. If these baseband generators are installed,
the following software options can be added:
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM2™ (R&S SMJ-K240 to R&S SMJ-K262 options); R&S WinIQSIM2™ runs on an
external PC
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Digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM™ (R&S SMJ-K11 to R&S SMJ-K20 options); R&S WinIQSIM™ runs on an external PC
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R&S SMJ-K6 option
Modulation
Possible modulation types
Amplitude modulation, frequency/phase modulation (optional), vector modulation, digital modulation via internal baseband section
(optional), pulse modulation, wideband amplitude modulation
Simultaneous modulation
AM
FM
Amplitude modulation (AM)
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Frequency modulation (FM)
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Phase modulation (φM)
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–
Pulse modulation
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Broadband AM (BB-AM)
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Vector modulation (I/Q)
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Digital modulation (DM)
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ARB
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+ = compatible, – = not compatible, switch off each other
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φM
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Pulse
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BB-AM
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I/Q
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DM
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ARB
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RF characteristics
Frequency
Range
underrange
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R&S SMJ-B103
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R&S SMJ-B106
Resolution of setting
Resolution of synthesis
Setting time
1
standard, fundamental frequency range
750 MHz to 1500 MHz
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to within <1 × 10− for f > 200 MHz or
<124 Hz for f < 200 MHz,
with GUI update stopped
after IEC/IEEE bus delimiter
in ALC OFF MODE S&H
after trigger pulse in List mode
Phase offset
100 kHz to <300 kHz
up to 3 GHz
up to 6 GHz
0.01 Hz
5 µHz
<2 ms, typ. 1.5 ms
<4 ms, typ. 2.5 ms
<450 µs, typ. 300 µs
adjustable in 0.1° steps
Frequency sweep
Operating modes
Sweep range
Step width
digital sweep in discrete steps
linear
logarithmic
automatic, step, single,
external single, external step,
manual or external trigger,
linear or logarithmic spacing
full frequency range
full frequency range
0.01 % to 100 % per step
after 30 days of uninterrupted operation
in operating temperature range
to nominal thermostat temperature
frequency (approx. sinewave)
level
source impedance
frequency
maximum deviation
input level, limits
recommended
input impedance
sensitivity
input voltage
input impedance
<1 × 10− /day, <1 × 10− /year
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±6 × 10−
≤10 min
10 MHz or external input frequency
typ. 5 dBm
50 Ω
5 MHz, 10 MHz or 13 MHz
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3 × 10−
≥−6 dBm, ≤19 dBm
0 dBm to 19 dBm
50 Ω
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8
typ. 1 × 10− /V to 3 × 10− /V
–10 V to +10 V
10 kΩ
Reference frequency
Aging
Temperature effect
Warm-up time
Output for internal reference signal
Input for external reference
Electronic tuning from input
AUX I/O
1
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Level
Setting range
Maximum level
Resolution
Level uncertainty
Additional uncertainty with
ALC OFF, S&H
Output impedance
VSWR in 50 Ω system
Setting time
3
Uninterrupted level setting
Back-feed (from ≥50 Ω source)
–145 dBm to +20 dBm
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+13 dBm (PEP)
+11 dBm (PEP)
0.01 dB
f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
for levels >–120 dBm, attenuator mode
Auto, temperature range +18 °C to +28 °C
1 MHz ≤ f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
This function is needed only in some
special applications.
ALC state ON
f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
after IEC/IEEE bus delimiter,
to <0.1 dB deviation from final value,
with GUI update stopped,
temperature range +18 °C to +28 °C
ALC state ON
ALC state OFF
in List mode after trigger impulse to
<0.3 dB deviation from final value
with attenuator mode fixed, ALC state ON
setting range
maximum permissible RF power in output
frequency range for f > 1 MHz
1 MHz ≤ f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
maximum permissible DC voltage
<0.5 dB
<0.9 dB
<0.2 dB
<1.6, typ. <1.4
<1.85, typ. <1.6
<2 ms, typ. 1.5 ms
<4 ms, typ. 2.5 ms
<450 µs, typ. 300 µs
>20 dB
50 W
10 W
50 V
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PEP = peak envelope power.
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Measured level data
Measured level versus frequency
Level repeatability with random settings between measurements (upper diagram)
The lower diagram shows the temperature inside the instrument during the measurement
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Level sweep
Operating modes
Sweep range
Step width
Dwell time
digital sweep in discrete steps
automatic, single, step,
external single, external step,
manual, or external trigger
full level range
0.1 dB to 20 dB per step
10 ms to 10 s
0.1 ms
logarithmic
range
resolution
Spectral purity
Harmonics
Nonharmonics
Power supply and mechanically related
nonharmonics
Subharmonics
Wideband noise
SSB phase noise
Residual FM
Residual AM
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unmodulated
level <8 dBm
level <13 dBm
level >–50 dBm, CW,
vector modulation (full-scale DC input),
>10 kHz offset from carrier and
outside the modulation spectrum
0.3 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1500 MHz
1500 MHz < f ≤ 3000 MHz
f > 3000 MHz
850 kHz offset from carrier and
outside the modulation spectrum
0.3 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1500 MHz
1500 MHz < f ≤ 3000 MHz
f > 3000 MHz
at RF = 1 GHz,
50 Hz to 10 kHz from carrier
1500 MHz < f ≤ 3000 MHz
3000 MHz < f ≤ 6000 MHz
carrier offset >10 MHz,
measurement bandwidth 1 Hz, CW
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1500 MHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
vector modulation with full-scale DC input
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 1500 MHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
f > 3 GHz
carrier offset 20 kHz, measurement
bandwidth 1 Hz, unmodulated
20 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
f = 1 GHz
f = 2 GHz
f = 3 GHz
f = 4 GHz
f = 6 GHz
rms value at f = 1 GHz
300 Hz to 3 kHz
20 Hz to 23 kHz
rms value 20 Hz to 23 kHz
<–30 dBc
typ. <–30 dBc
<–77 dBc
<–80 dBc
<–74 dBc
<–68 dBc
<–77 dBc
<–86 dBc
<–80 dBc
<–74 dBc
<–70 dBc
<–74 dBc
<–50 dBc
<–146 dBc (typ. –149 dBc)
<–150 dBc (typ. –153 dBc)
<–148 dBc (typ. –151 dBc)
<–146 dBc (typ. –149 dBc)
<–140 dBc (typ. –143 dBc)
<–143 dBc (typ. –146 dBc)
<–142 dBc (typ. –145 dBc)
<–140 dBc (typ. –143 dBc)
<–126 dBc (typ. –130 dBc)
<–129 dBc (typ. –133 dBc)
<–123 dBc (typ. –127 dBc)
<–119 dBc (typ. –123 dBc)
<–117 dBc (typ. –121 dBc)
<–113 dBc (typ. –117 dBc)
<1 Hz
<4 Hz
<0.02 %
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List mode
Frequency and level values can be stored in a list and set in an extremely short amount of time.
Operating modes
automatic, single sweep, manual or
external trigger
Maximum number of channels
10000
Dwell time
1 ms to 1 s
Resolution
0.1 ms
Setting time
after external trigger
see frequency and level data
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Analog modulation
Internal modulation generator
Frequency range
Resolution of setting
Frequency uncertainty
Frequency response
Distortion
Output voltage
Output impedance
Frequency setting time
Sweep
0.1 Hz to 1 MHz
0.1 Hz
<0.012 Hz +
relative deviation of reference frequency
<0.1 dB
<1 dB
<0.1 %
1 mV to 3 V
1 mV
<(1 % of reading + 1 mV)
16 Ω
<3 ms
up to 100 kHz
up to 1 MHz
up to 100 kHz at RL >200 Ω, level (Vp) 1 V
Vp at LF connector, RL >200 Ω
resolution
setting uncertainty at 1 kHz
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to within <1 × 10− , with GUI update
stopped, after IEC/IEEE bus delimiter
digital sweep in discrete steps
operating modes
automatic, step, single,
external single, external step,
manual or external trigger,
linear or logarithmic spacing
full frequency range
full frequency range
0.01 % to 100 % per step
sweep range
linear step width
logarithmic step width
Input for external modulation signals
Modulation input
EXT MOD
high (>100 kΩ), switchable to 50 Ω
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with R&S SMJ-B20 option
1V
input impedance
input sensitivity (peak value for set
modulation depth or deviation)
absolute maximum rating
10 V
Amplitude modulation
Operating modes
Modulation depth
Resolution
Setting uncertainty
AM distortion
internal, external AC/DC
0 % to 100 %
At high levels, modulation is clipped if the
maximum PEP is reached.
0.1 %
<(1 % of reading + 1 %)
attenuator mode Auto,
fmod = 1 kHz and m <80 %
PEP in specified range, attenuator mode
Auto
f ≤ 3 GHz, at fmod = 1 kHz
m = 30 %
m = 80 %
f > 3 GHz, at fmod = 1 kHz
m = 30 %
m = 80 %
<0.5 %
<0.8 %
<1 %
<1.6 %
DC, 20 Hz to 500 kHz
Modulation frequency range
Modulation frequency response
Incidental φM at AM
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m = 30 %, fmod = 1 kHz, peak value
<1 dB
<0.1 rad
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Wideband amplitude modulation
Operating modes
Modulation frequency response
Input impedance
Input sensitivity
modulation input I
as with I/Q modulation –
external wideband I/Q
peak voltage for 100 % AM
external DC
50 Ω
0.25 V
Pulse modulation
Operating modes
ON/OFF ratio
Rise/fall time
Pulse repetition frequency
Video crosstalk
Modulation input
EXT MOD A/B
10 %/90 % of RF amplitude
spectral line of fundamental of
100 kHz squarewave modulation
input level
input impedance
polarity
external,
internal (duty cycle approx. 1:1)
>70 dB
typ. 1 µs
0 Hz to 100 kHz
<−30 dBc
rising 1.7 V, falling typ. 1.1 V
>10 kΩ
selectable
Frequency modulation (R&S®SMJ-B20 option)
Operating modes
FM/φM range multiplier
Maximum deviation
Resolution
Setting uncertainty
FM distortion
Modulation frequency response
Synchronous AM
0.3 MHz ≤ f ≤ 200 MHz
200 MHz < f ≤ 375 MHz
375 MHz < f ≤ 750 MHz
750 MHz < f ≤ 1500 MHz
1500 MHz < f ≤ 3000 MHz
f > 3000 MHz
fmod = 10 kHz,
deviation ≤ half of maximum deviation
internal
external
fmod = 10 kHz and 1 MHz deviation
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 10 MHz
40 kHz deviation, fmod = 1 kHz, f > 5 MHz
f > 3 GHz
Carrier frequency offset at FM
internal, external, internal + external,
AC/DC
rm = 1
rm = 0.25
rm = 0.5
rm = 1
rm = 2
rm = 4
rm × 10 MHz
<200 ppm, min. rm × 0.1 Hz
<(1.5 % of reading + 20 Hz)
<(2.0 % of reading + 20 Hz)
<0.1 %
<0.5 dB
<3 dB
<0.1 %
<0.2 %
<0.2 % of set deviation
Phase modulation (R&S®SMJ-B20 option)
Operating mode
Maximum deviation
Resolution
Setting uncertainty
φM distortion
Modulation frequency response
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High Deviation φM mode
High Bandwidth φM mode
High Deviation φM mode
High Bandwidth φM mode
fmod = 10 kHz,
deviation ≤ half of maximum deviation
internal
external
fmod = 10 kHz, half of maximum deviation
High Deviation, 10 Hz to 500 kHz
High Bandwidth, 10 Hz to 10 MHz
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AC/DC, High Bandwidth, High Deviation
rm × 20.0 rad
rm × 1.0 rad
<200 ppm, min. rm × 20 µrad
<0.1 %, min. rm × 20 µrad
<(1.5 % of reading + 0.01 rad)
<(2.0 % of reading + 0.01 rad)
<0.2 %, typ. 0.1 %
<1 dB
<3 dB
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I/Q modulation
I/Q modulator
Operating modes
external wideband I/Q,
internal baseband I/Q
I/Q impairments
I offset, Q offset
setting range
resolution
gain imbalance
setting range
resolution
quadrature offset
setting range
resolution
I and Q signals swapped
I/Q swap
−10 % to +10 %
0.01 %
−1.0 dB to +1.0 dB
0.001 dB
−10° to +10°
0.01°
ON/OFF
External wideband I/Q
I/Q inputs
50 Ω
<1.2
input impedance
VSWR up to 50 MHz
input voltage for full-scale input
2
minimum input voltage for ALC state ON
I/Q wideband ON
without input signal, referenced to full4
scale input
measured with 16QAM, root cosine filter,
α = 0.5, symbol rate 10 kHz
rms value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
peak value
f ≤ 200 MHz
f > 200 MHz
Modulation frequency range
Carrier leakage
Error vector
2
V i + V q = 0.5 V
0.1 V
100 MHz
<−55 dBc, typ. <−65 dBc
<0.3 %
<(0.2 % + 0.1 % × f/GHz)
<0.6 %
<(0.4 % + 0.2 % × f/GHz)
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RF 850 MHz
RF 1900 MHz
RF 2200 MHz
Delta / dB
4
3
2
1
0
–1
–2
–3
–4
–5
– 100
– 80
– 60
– 40
– 20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Frequency offset from carrier / MHz
Measured frequency response of external wideband I/Q modulation
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Value applies after 1 hour warm-up and recalibration for 4 hours of operation and temperature variations of less than +5 °C.
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Internal baseband I/Q (with R&S®SMJ-B13 option)
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The R&S SMJ-B13 converts the internal digital baseband signals of the R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 into analog signals for
driving the I/Q modulator. It also generates the analog I/Q output signals.
D/A converter
Aliasing filter
I/Q impairment
RF frequency response for entire
instrument in modulation bandwidth
Suppression of image sideband for entire
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instrument in modulation bandwidth
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Carrier leakage
Additional level uncertainty referenced to
CW
I/Q outputs
Output impedance
Output voltage
Offset
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Frequency response
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I/Q balance
Spectral purity
data rate
resolution
sampling rate
with amplitude, group delay and
Si correction
bandwidth, roll-off to −0.1 dB
D/A converter interpolation spectra
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
carrier leakage
setting range
resolution
I ≠ Q (imbalance)
setting range
resolution
quadrature offset
setting range
resolution
I/Q wideband ON, optimize internal I/Q
impairments for RF output ON
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
referenced to full-scale input
measured at 0 dBm with 16QAM, root
cosine filter, α = 0.5, symbol rate 10 kHz
EMF (output voltage depends on set
modulation signal)
EMF
at RL = 50 Ω
magnitude
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
nonlinear phase
up to 10 MHz
up to 30 MHz
at RL = 50 Ω
magnitude
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
nonlinear phase
up to 10 MHz
up to 30 MHz
at RL = 50 Ω
SFDR (sine)
up to 2 MHz
up to 20 MHz
phase noise
10 MHz sinewave at 20 kHz offset
wideband noise
10 MHz sinewave at 1 MHz offset
100 MHz
16 bit
400 MHz (internal interpolation × 4)
40 MHz
<−80 dBc
<−73 dBc
−10 % to +10 %
0.01 %
−1 dB to +1 dB
0.001 dB
−10° to +10°
0.01°
<1.5 dB, typ 0.7 dB
<4.5 dB, typ. 2.0 dB
>44 dB, typ. 50 dB
>34 dB, typ. 44 dB
<−55 dBc, typ. <−65 dBc
<0.2 dB
50 Ω
1 V (Vp)
<1 mV
typ. 0.02 dB
typ. 0.03 dB
typ. 0.1°
typ. 0.2°
typ. 0.01 dB
typ. 0.02 dB
typ. 0.1°
typ. 0.2°
>70 dB
typ. 60 dB
typ. −150 dBc
typ. −155 dBc
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Value applies after 1 hour warm-up time and recalibration for 4 hours of operation and temperature variations of less than +5 °C.
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Optimize internal I/Q impairments for RF output switched OFF.
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Frequency response of I/Q outputs
SFDR of I/Q outputs
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Differential I/Q output (R&S®SMJ-B16 option)
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Additional specifications for I/Q outputs with R&S SMJ-B16 option
Output impedance
Single-ended
Differential
Output voltage
output voltage depends on set modulation
signal
Single-ended
EMF
Resolution
Differential
EMF
Resolution
Bias voltage (single-ended and differential) EMF
Resolution
Uncertainty
Offset voltage
Differential
EMF
Resolution
Uncertainty
Differential signal balance
at RL = 50 Ω, output voltage >0.5 V (Vp)
magnitude
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
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Frequency response
at RL = 50 Ω, output voltage >0.5 V (Vp)
magnitude
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
nonlinear phase
up to 10 MHz
up to 30 MHz
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50 Ω
100 Ω
0.02 V to 2 V (Vp)
1 mV
0.04 V to 4 V (Vpp)
2 mV
–3.6 V to +3.6 V
2 mV
1 % + 4 mV
–300 mV to +300 mV
0.2 mV
1 % + 0.1 % × bias voltage + 1 mV
<0.2 dB, typ. 0.05 dB
typ 0.2 dB
typ. 0.02 dB
typ. 0.03 dB
typ. 0.1°
typ. 0.2°
Optimize internal I/Q impairments for RF output switched OFF.
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Digital baseband output (R&S®SMJ-B18 option)
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The R&S SMJ-B18 option makes digital I/Q signals available on the rear panel of the instrument. The digital I/Q output can be used
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for the lossless connection of the R&S SMJ100A to the digital I/Q input of other Rohde & Schwarz instruments (e.g. R&S AMU200A
baseband signal generator and fading simulator).
Interface
I/Q sample rate
I/Q data
Control signals
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standard
in line with Rohde & Schwarz TVR290,
I/Q data and control signals, data and
interface clock
level
LVDS
connector
26-pin MDR
data rate
30 MHz to 100 MHz with 1 MHz resolution,
81.6 MHz
With source ‘user-defined’, the sample rate must be entered via the parameter ‘sample
rate’, no I/Q data clock being necessary. With source ‘digital I/Q out’ or ‘digital I/Q in’,
the sample rate will be estimated on the basis of the applied I/Q data clock.
source
user-defined, digital I/Q out, digital I/Q in
sample rate
400 Hz to 100 MHz
max. sample rate limited by actual
interface data rate
resolution (user-defined)
0.001 Hz
–14
frequency uncertainty (user-defined)
< 5 × 10
resolution
18 bit
logic format
two's complement
physical signal level
setting range
0 to –60 dBFS
resolution
0.01 dBFS
bandwidth
sample rate = 100 MHz (no
interpolation, user-defined)
40 MHz
sample rate <100 MHz (interpolation)
0.31 × sample rate
markers
4
data valid
valid samples marked in data stream
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I/Q baseband generator (R&S®SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 option) –
arbitrary waveform mode
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The R&S SMJ-B13 baseband main module must be installed.
Waveform memory
Multisegment waveform
output memory
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waveform length with the R&S SMJ-B9
waveform length with the
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R&S SMJ-B10/-B50
waveform length with the
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R&S SMJ-B11/-B51
resolution
loading time 10 Msample
nonvolatile memory
number of segments
changeover modes
extended trigger modes
changeover time
(external trigger, without clock change)
seamless changeover
Multicarrier waveform
Clock generation
Interpolation
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number of carriers
total RF bandwidth
crest factor modes
signal period modes
single carrier gain
single carrier start phase
single carrier delay
clock rate
resolution
operating mode
frequency uncertainty (internal)
128 sample to 128 Msample in
one-sample steps
128 sample to 64 Msample in one-sample
steps
128 sample to 16 Msample in one-sample
steps
16 bit
15 s
hard disk
max. 100 segments
GUI, remote control, external trigger
same segment, next segment, next
segment seamless
typ. 5 µs at 50 MHz clock rate
output up to end of current segment,
followed by changeover to next segment
max. 32
max. 80 MHz
maximize, minimize, off
longest file, shortest file, user (max. 1 s)
–80 dB to 0 dB
0° to 360°
0 s to 1 s
400 Hz to 100 MHz
0.001 Hz
internal, external
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<5 × 10− × clock rate +
uncertainty of reference frequency
The sampling rate of the waveform is
automatically interpolated to the internal
100 MHz data rate.
bandwidth
clock rate = 100 MHz (no interpolation), 40 MHz
roll-off to –0.1 dB
0.31 × clock rate
clock rate ≤100 MHz, drop to −0.1 dB
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Triggering
In internal clock mode, a trigger event
restarts the clock generation. The clock
phase is then synchronous with the trigger
(with a certain timing uncertainty).
In external clock mode, the trigger event is
synchronized to the symbol clock.
operating mode
internal, external
modes
Auto, Retrig, Armed Auto, Armed Retrig
setting uncertainty for clock phase related <18 ns
to trigger in internal clock mode
external trigger delay
16
setting range
0 sample to (2 – 1) sample
resolution
internal clock mode
0.01 sample
external clock mode
1 sample
setting uncertainty
<5 ns
external trigger inhibit
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setting range
0 sample to (2 – 1) sample
resolution
1 sample
external trigger pulse width
>15 ns
external trigger frequency
<0.02 × sampling rate
Marker outputs
number
4
level
LVTTL
operating modes
unchanged, restart, pulse, pattern, ratio
marker delay
setting range
0 sample to (waveform length − 1) sample
setting range without recalculation
0 sample to 2000 sample
resolution of setting
0.001 sample
setting uncertainty
<10 ns
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Operation with R&S WinIQSIM2™: As of version 2.04, the software supports I/Q data download and control of the
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R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51.
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Operation with R&S WinIQSIM™: As of version 4.50, the software supports I/Q data download and control of the
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R&S SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51.
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I/Q baseband generator (R&S®SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11 option) – realtime operation
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The R&S SMJ-B13 baseband main module must be installed.
Types of modulation
ASK
modulation index
resolution
FSK
deviation
maximum
resolution
setting uncertainty
variable FSK
deviations
maximum
resolution
PSK
QAM
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Coding
Not all coding methods can be used with
every type of modulation.
Baseband filter
Any filter can be used with any type of
modulation. The bandwidth of the
modulation signal is max. 25 MHz; the
signal is clipped if the bandwidth is
exceeded.
cosine, root cosine
filter parameter α
Gaussian
filter parameter B × T
cdmaOne, cdmaOne + equalizer
cdmaOne 705 kHz,
cdmaOne 705 kHz + equalizer
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CDMA2000 3x
APCO25 C4FM
rectangular
split phase
filter parameter B × T
resolution of filter parameter
0 % to 100 %
0.1 %
2FSK, 4FSK, MSK
0.1 to 1.5 × fsym
10 MHz
<0.1 Hz
<0.5 %
4FSK, 8FSK, 16FSK
–1.5 × fsym to +1.5 × fsym
10 MHz
<0.1 Hz
BPSK, QPSK, QPSK 45° offset, OQPSK,
π/4-QPSK, π/2-DBPSK, π/4-DQPSK,
π/8-D8PSK, 8PSK, 8PSK EDGE
16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM,
1024QAM
OOFF, Differential, Diff. Phase,
Diff. + Gray, Gray, GSM, NADC, PDC,
PHS, TETRA, APCO25 (PSK), PWT,
TFTS, INMARSAT, VDL, EDGE,
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APCO25(FSK), ICO, CDMA2000 ,
WCDMA
0.05 to 1.00
0.15 to 2.50
0.15 to 2.5
0.01
CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA – USA).
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Symbol rate
Frequency offset
Data sources
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If an external clock is used, the applied
data rate may deviate from the set clock
rate by ±2 %. The external clock can be
used for internal and external data.
operating mode
setting range
ASK, PSK, QAM
FSK
resolution
frequency uncertainty (internal)
internal, external
400 Hz to 25 MHz
400 Hz to 15 MHz
0.001 Hz
–14
<5 × 10 × symbol rate + reference
frequency uncertainty
symbol, K × symbol, bit clock
1 to 64
max. 100 MHz
external clock
clock divider K
external clock rate
With the aid of the frequency offset, the
center frequency of the modulation signal
in the baseband can be shifted. The
restrictions caused by the modulation
bandwidth apply.
setting range
resolution
frequency uncertainty
−40 MHz to +40 MHz
0.01 Hz
10
<5 × 10− × frequency offset + reference
frequency error
internal
all 0, all 1
PRBS
sequence length
pattern
length
data lists
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output memory of the R&S SMJ-B9
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output memory of the R&S SMJ-B10
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output memory of the R&S SMJ-B11
nonvolatile memory
external
In the case of serial transmission, the
symbol strobe marks the LSB of the
symbol, and the maximum symbol rate is
limited by the data rate of the interface.
serial
word width
bit rate
parallel
word width
symbol rate
9, 11, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23
1 bit to 64 bit
8 bit to 4 Gbit
8 bit to 2 Gbit
8 bit to 512 Mbit
hard disk
1 bit to 10 bit
max. 60 MHz
1 bit to 10 bit
max. 25 MHz
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Triggering
Marker outputs
Level reduction
Burst
Trigger/clock/data inputs
Clock/data outputs
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In internal clock mode, a trigger event
restarts the clock generation. The clock
phase is then synchronous with the trigger
(with a certain timing uncertainty).
In external clock mode, the trigger event is
synchronized to the symbol clock.
operating mode
modes
setting uncertainty for clock phase related
to trigger in internal clock mode
external trigger delay
setting range
resolution
internal clock mode
external clock mode
setting uncertainty
external trigger inhibit
setting range
resolution
external trigger pulse width
external trigger frequency
number
level
operating modes
marker delay (in sample)
setting range
setting range without recalculation
resolution of setting
setting uncertainty
Internal or external via LEVATT input. The
signal switches between nominal and
reduced level (without edge shaping). If an
internal LEVATT signal is used, the
connector is used as an output.
setting range
additional level error in case of reduction
up to 30 dB
up to 50 dB
Internal or external via BURST input. The
signal triggers the beginning of a power
ramp. The positive edge starts power
ramping from blank to full level, the
negative edge ramping in the opposite
direction from full level to blanking. If an
internal BURST GATE signal is applied,
the connector is used as an output.
operating range
rise/fall time
setting range
resolution
ramp shape
The input impedance and trigger threshold
can be set separately for the trigger and
the clock/data inputs.
input impedance
trigger threshold
setting range
resolution
level
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internal, external
Auto, Retrig, Armed Auto, Armed Retrig
<18 ns
16
0 sample to (2 – 1) sample
0.01 sample
1 sample
<5 ns
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0 sample to (2 – 1) sample
1 sample
>15 ns
<0.02 × sampling rate
4
LVTTL
control list, restart, pulse, pattern, ratio
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0 to (2 – 1)
0 to 2000
0.001
<10 ns
0 dB to 60 dB
<1 dB
<3 dB
max. 5 MHz
0.5 symbol to 16 symbol
0.1 symbol
cosine, linear
1 kΩ, 50 Ω
0.00 V to 2.50 V
0.01 V
LVTTL
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Predefined settings
Modulation errors
Deviation error with 2FSK, 4FSK
Phase error with MSK
EVM with QPSK, OQPSK, π/4-DQPSK,
8PSK, 16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM
modulation, filter, symbol rate, and coding
in line with standard
standards
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Bluetooth , DECT, ETC, GSM, GSM
EDGE, NADC, PDC, PHS, TETRA,
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WCDMA 3GPP, TD-SCDMA, CDMA2000
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Forward, CDMA2000 Reverse,
Worldspace
deviation 0.2 to 0.7 × symbol rate
Gaussian filter with B × T = 0.2 to 0.7
symbol rate up to 2 MHz
symbol rate up to 10 MHz
Gaussian filter with B × T = 0.2 to 0.7
bit rate up to 2 MHz
bit rate up to 10 MHz
cosine, root cosine filter with α = 0.2 to 0.7
symbol rate up to 5 MHz
symbol rate up to 20 MHz
<1.2 %, typ. 0.25 %
typ. 0.75 %
<0.4°, typ. 0.15°
typ. 0.3°
<0.8 %, typ. 0.2 %
typ. 0.7 %
Measured EVM versus symbol rate
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Modulation uncertainty for main standards
Typical values
Standard
GSM
EDGE
Frequency
in MHz
400 to
2000
400 to
2000
WCDMA
3GPP
(1DPCH)
1800 to
2200
EVM in %
–
0.2
0.3
Phase error in °
0.15
–
–
Deviation error
–
–
–
in kHz
Channel spacing 200 kHz
200 kHz
5 MHz
Adjacent channel power ratio (ACPR) in dB
In adjacent
−37
−38
−72
channel
In alternate
channel
−71
−71
−76
In 2nd alternate
channel
−85
−85
–
cdmaOne
Reverse
DECT
TETRA
NADC
PDC
IEEE
802.11a
800 to 900 1880 to 1990 380 to
480
1850 to
2000
0.2
–
0.2
–
–
–
–
0.5
–
824 to 894 810 to 956 2400 to
2485
1850 to
1429 to
5150 to
2000
1501
5825
0.2
0.2
0.4
–
–
–
–
–
–
1.25 MHz
1.728 MHz
25 kHz
30 kHz
25 kHz
–
−80
offset
750 kHz,
bandwidth
30 kHz
−93
offset
1.98 MHz,
bandwidth
30 kHz
–
–
−74
−34
−71
−42
at 11 MHz
–
−77
−78
−77
−64
at 20 MHz
–
–
–
–
−66
at 30 MHz
Signal performance for digital standards
GSM/EDGE
Burst ON/OFF ratio
Phase error
Error vector magnitude
Power density spectrum
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with R&S SMJ-K40 option
>100 dB
MSK, Gaussian filter B × T = 0.3
rms
peak
8PSK EDGE, Gaussian linearized filter,
rms
values measured with 30 kHz resolution
bandwidth, referenced to level in band
center without power ramping
level ≤10.5 dBm
frequency 400 MHz to 2 GHz
200 kHz offset
400 kHz offset
600 kHz offset
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<0.4°, typ. 0.15°
<1.2°, typ. 0.4°
<0.5 %, typ. 0.2 %
<–34 dB, typ. –37 dB
<–68 dB, typ. –71 dB
<–80 dB, typ. –85 dB
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3GPP FDD
Error vector magnitude
Adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR)
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with R&S SMJ-K42 option
1 DPCH, rms
test model 1, 64 DPCHs
level ≤10.5 dBm PEP
frequency 1800 MHz to 2200 MHz
offset 5 MHz
offset 10 MHz
<0.8 %, typ. 0.3 %
>66 dB, typ. 69 dB
>68 dB, typ. 71 dB
ACLR (typical values) for 3GPP test model 1, 64 DPCH
ACLR (typical values) for a 3GPP four-carrier signal with test model 1, 64 DPCH on each carrier
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CDMA2000
Error vector magnitude (EVM)
Adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR)
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with R&S SMJ-K46 option
F-PICH, F-SYNC, and one F-FCH, rms
F-PICH, F-SYNC, and one F-FCH
level ≤10.5 dBm PEP
carrier frequency 800 MHz
channel spacing 0.75 MHz
(bandwidth 30 kHz)
channel spacing 1.98 MHz
(bandwidth 30 kHz)
<0.8 %, typ. 0.3 %
typ. 79 dB
typ. 90 dB
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ACLR (typical values) for a CDMA2000 1x signal consisting of F-PICH, F-SYNC, and one F-FCH
Multicarrier CW
RF frequency response
Suppression of unwanted carriers
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with R&S SMJ-K61 option
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
up to 10 MHz
up to 40 MHz
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<1.5 dB, typ 0.7 dB
<4.5 dB, typ. 2.0 dB
>50 dB, typ. 56 dB
>40 dB, typ. 50 dB
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Example of multicarrier CW, with different carrier powers and some carriers switched off in the left half of the spectrum
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Digital standards (for the R&S®SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11)
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An R&S SMJ-B9, R&S SMJ-B10, or R&S SMJ-B11 I/Q baseband generator is required. The specified data applies together with the
parameters of the respective standard. The entire frequency range as well as filter parameters and symbol rates can be set by the
user.
GSM/EDGE digital standard
3GPP FDD digital standard
3GPP FDD enhanced BS/MS tests
including HSDPA
GPS digital standard
3GPP FDD enhanced BS/MS tests
including HSUPA
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CDMA2000 digital standard
1xEV-DO digital standard
IEEE 802.11a/b/g digital standard
IEEE 802.16 WiMAX digital standard
including IEEE 802.16e
TD-SCDMA (3GPP TDD LCR) digital
standard
TD-SCDMA (3GPP TDD LCR) enhanced
BS/MS tests including HSDPA
DVB-H digital standard
DAB / T-DMB digital standard
IEEE 802.11n digital standard
EUTRA/LTE digital standard
XM RADIO digital standard
Multicarrier CW signal generation
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R&S SMJ-K40 option
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R&S SMJ-K42 option
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R&S SMJ-K43 option
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R&S SMJ-K44 option
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R&S SMJ-K45 option
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R&S SMJ-K46 option
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R&S SMJ-K47 option
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R&S SMJ-K48 option
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R&S SMJ-K49 option
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R&S SMJ-K50 option
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R&S SMJ-K51 option
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R&S SMJ-K52 option
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R&S SMJ-K53 option
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R&S SMJ-K54 option
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R&S SMJ-K55 option
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R&S SMJ-K56 option
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R&S SMJ-K61 option
The options are described in the Digital Standards data sheet (PD 5213.9434.22).
Digital standards with external PC software
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An I/Q baseband generator must be installed. R&S SMJ-K5 and -K8 require the R&S SMJ-B9, -B10, or -B11. R&S SMJ-K6 can be
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used with theR&S SMJ-B9, -B10, -B11, -B50 or -B51.
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Bluetooth digital standard (external PC
software)
Pulse sequencer (external PC software)
TETRA digital standard (external PC
software)
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R&S SMJ-K5 option
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R&S SMJ-K6 option
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R&S SMJ-K8 option
The options are described in the Digital Standards data sheet (PD 5213.9434.22).
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Digital standards with R&S®WinIQSIM2™
(for the R&S®SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 ARB)
GSM/EDGE digital standard
3GPP FDD digital standard
3GPP FDD enhanced BS/MS tests
including HSDPA
GPS digital standard
3GPP FDD enhanced BS/MS tests
including HSUPA
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CDMA2000 digital standard
1 x EV-DO digital standard
IEEE 802.11a/b/g digital standard
IEEE 802.16 WiMAX digital standard
including IEEE 802.16e
TD-SCDMA (3GPP TDD LCR) digital
standard
TD-SCDMA (3GPP TDD LCR) enhanced
BS/MS tests including HSDPA
DVB-H digital standard
IEEE 802.11n digital standard
EUTRA/LTE digital standard
XM RADIO digital standard
Multicarrier CW signal generation
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN)
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R&S SMJ-K240 option
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R&S SMJ-K242 option
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R&S SMJ-K243 option
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R&S SMJ-K244 option
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R&S SMJ-K245 option
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R&S SMJ-K246 option
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R&S SMJ-K247 option
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R&S SMJ-K248 option
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R&S SMJ-K249 option
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R&S SMJ-K250 option
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R&S SMJ-K251 option
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R&S SMJ-K252 option
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R&S SMJ-K254 option
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R&S SMJ-K255 option
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R&S SMJ-K256 option
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R&S SMJ-K261 option
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R&S SMJ-K262 option
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The options are described in the R&S WinIQSIM2™ data sheet (PD 5213.7460.22).
Digital standards with R&S®WinIQSIM™
(for the R&S®SMJ-B9/-B10/-B11/-B50/-B51 ARB)
IS-95 digital standard
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CDMA2000 digital standard
3GPP TDD HDR digital standard
3GPP TDD LDR digital standard
(TD-SCDMA)
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OFDM with R&S WinIQOFDM
1xEV-DO (Rev. 0) digital standard
IEEE 802.11a/b/g digital standard
3GPP FDD digital standard including
HSDPA
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R&S SMJ-K11 option
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R&S SMJ-K12 option
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R&S SMJ-K13 option
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R&S SMJ-K14 option
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R&S SMJ-K15 option
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R&S SMJ-K17 option
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R&S SMJ-K19 option
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R&S SMJ-K20 option
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The options are described in the R&S WinIQSIM™ data sheet (PD 0758.0680.32).
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Noise generation
Additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN, R&S®SMJ-K62 option)
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The R&S SMJ-B13 baseband main module must be installed.
Addition of an AWGN signal of settable bandwidth and settable C/N ratio or Eb/N0 to a wanted signal. If the noise generator is used,
a frequency offset cannot be added to the wanted signal.
Noise
C/N, Eb/N0
System bandwidth
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distribution density
crest factor
periodicity
setting range
resolution
uncertainty for system bandwidth = symbol
rate, symbol rate <4 MHz,
–24 dB < C/N < 30 dB and
crest factor <12 dB
bandwidth for determining noise power
range
resolution
R&S SMJ100A Vector Signal Generator
Gaussian, statistical, separate for I and Q
>18 dB
>48 h
−30 dB to +30 dB
0.1 dB
<0.1 dB
1 kHz to 80 MHz
100 Hz
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Other options
BER measurement (R&S®SMJ-K80 option)
The data supplied by the DUT is compared with a reference pseudo-random bit sequence.
Clock
Clock rate
Data
Synchronization time
Interface
Clock, data, enable, and restart inputs
Polarity
Measurement time
Measurement result
Status displays
supplied by DUT; a clock pulse is required
for each valid bit
100 Hz to 60 MHz
PRBS
sequence length
pattern ignore
data enable
modes
restart
modes
9, 11, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23
OFF, all 0, all 1
external
OFF, high, low
external
ON/OFF
28 clock cycles
9-pin D-Sub connector, D-Sub/BNC cable supplied with option
input impedance
1 kΩ, 50 Ω
trigger threshold
setting range
0 V to 2.50 V
resolution
0.01 V
data, clock, data enable
normal, inverted
selectable by means of maximum number
31
of data bits or bit errors (max. 2 bit
each), continuous measurement
if selected number of data bits or bit errors BER in ppm, %, or decade values
is attained
not synchronized, no clock, no data
BLER measurement (R&S®SMJ-K80 option)
In BLER measurement mode, arbitrary data can be provided by the DUT. A signal marking the block’s CRC has to be provided on the
data enable connector of the BER/BLER option.
Clock
Clock rate
Data
CRC
Synchronization time
Interface
Clock, data, and enable inputs
Polarity
Measurement time
Measurement result
Status displays
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supplied by DUT; a clock pulse is required
for each valid bit
100 Hz to 60 MHz
input data
arbitrary
data enable (marking the block’s CRC)
external
modes
high, low
16
12
5
CRC type
CCITT CRC16 (x + x + x + 1)
CRC bit order
MSB first, LSB first
1 block
9-pin D-Sub connector, D-Sub/BNC cable supplied with option
input impedance
1 kΩ, 50 Ω
trigger threshold
setting range
0 V to 2.50 V
resolution
0.01 V
data, clock, data enable
normal, inverted
31
selectable by means of maximum number of received blocks or errors (max. 2 blocks
each), continuous measurement
if selected number of received blocks or
BLER in ppm, %, or decade values
errors is attained
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General data
Remote control
Systems
IEC/IEEE bus, IEC 60625 (IEEE 488)
Ethernet
SCPI 1999.5
Command set
Connector
IEC/IEEE
Ethernet
IEC/IEEE bus address
Interface functions
24-contact Amphenol
Western
0 to 30
IEC: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP1,
DC1, DT1, C0
Operating data
Power supply
input voltage range, AC, nominal
AC supply frequency
input current
power factor correction
EMC
with activated digital I/Q output
Immunity to interfering field strength
Environmental conditions
operating temperature range
storage temperature range
climatic resistance
Mechanical resistance
Vibration
sinusoidal
random
Shock
Electrical safety
Dimensions
Weight
Recommended calibration interval
width × height × depth
if fully equipped
100 V to 240 V
47 Hz to 63 Hz
5.0 A to 1.6 A
in line with EN 61000-3-2
in line with EN 55011 class B, EN 61326
in line with EMC directive of EU
(2004/108/EC), applied standard:
EN 61326 (immunity for industrial
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environment; class A emissions)
up to 10 V/m
+5 °C to +45 °C
in line with EN 60068-2-1,
EN 60068-2-2
−20 °C to +60 °C
+40 °C/90 % rel. humidity
in line with EN 60068-2-3
5 Hz to 150 Hz,
max. 2 g at 55 Hz,
55 Hz to 150 Hz,
0.5 g const.,
in line with EN 60068-2-6
10 Hz to 300 Hz, acceleration 1.2 g (rms),
in line with EN 60068-2-64
in line with EN 60068-2-27,
MIL-STD-810E
40 g shock spectrum
in line with EN 61010-1
435 mm × 192 mm × 460 mm
(17.1 in × 7.6 in × 18.1 in)
18 kg (39.7 lb)
3 years
License information
The firmware of this device contains open source software. Details as well as license agreements can be found in release notes and
operating manual.
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The instrument complies with the emission requirements stipulated by EN 55011 class A. This means that the instrument is suitable for use in industrial
environments. In line with EN61000-6-4, operation in residential, commercial and business areas or in small-size companies is not covered. Thus, the
instrument may not be operated in residential, commercial and business areas or in small-size companies, unless additional measures are taken to
ensure that EN 610000-6-3 is complied with.
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R&S SMJ100A Vector Signal Generator
Version 05.00, December 2007
Ordering information
Designation
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Vector Signal Generator
including power cable, Quick Start Guide,
and CD-ROM
(with operating and service manual)
Options
RF
100 kHz to 3 GHz
100 kHz to 6 GHz
FM/φM Modulator
Baseband
Baseband Generator with ARB
(128 Msample) and Digital Modulation
(realtime)
Baseband Generator with ARB
(64 Msample) and Digital Modulation
(realtime)
Baseband Generator with ARB
(16 Msample) and Digital Modulation
(realtime)
Baseband Main Module
Differential I/Q Output
Digital Baseband Output
Baseband Generator with ARB
(64 Msample)
Baseband Generator with ARB
(16 Msample)
Digital standards
GSM/EDGE
3GPP FDD
3GPP Enhanced MS/BS Tests incl.
HSDPA
GPS
3GPP FDD HSUPA
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CDMA2000
1xEV-DO
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g)
IEEE 802.16
TD-SCDMA
TD-SCDMA Enhanced BS/MS Tests
DVB-H
DAB/T-DMB
IEEE 802.11n
EUTRA/LTE
XM RADIO
Multicarrier CW Signal Generation
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Type
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R&S SMJ100A
Order No.
1403.4507.02
®
1403.8502.02
1403.8702.02
1403.9209.02
®
1404.1501.02
®
1403.8902.02
®
1403.9009.02
®
1403.9109.02
1403.9409.02
1410.5705.02
1410.5505.02
®
1410.5605.02
®
1404.0305.02
1404.0405.02
1404.0505.02
®
1404.1401.02
1409.1816.02
1404.0605.02
1409.2306.02
1404.1001.02
1404.1101.02
1404.1660.02
1404.1760.02
1409.2106.02
1400.6309.02
1409.2506.02
1409.2206.02
1404.1806.02
1404.0705.02
R&S SMJ-B103
®
R&S SMJ-B106
®
R&S SMJ-B20
R&S SMJ-B9
R&S SMJ-B10
R&S SMJ-B11
R&S SMJ-B13
®
R&S SMJ-B16
®
R&S SMJ-B18
®
R&S SMJ-B50
R&S SMJ-B51
R&S SMJ-K40
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R&S SMJ-K42
®
R&S SMJ-K43
R&S SMJ-K44
®
R&S SMJ-K45
®
R&S SMJ-K46
®
R&S SMJ-K47
®
R&S SMJ-K48
®
R&S SMJ-K49
®
R&S SMJ-K50
®
R&S SMJ-K51
®
R&S SMJ-K52
®
R&S SMJ-K53
®
R&S SMJ-K54
®
R&S SMJ-K55
®
R&S SMJ-K56
®
R&S SMJ-K61
The base unit can only be ordered with an R&S®SMJ-B10x frequency option.
Version 05.00, December 2007
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Digital standards using R&S WinIQSIM2™
GSM/EDGE
3GPP FDD
3GPP Enhanced MS/BS Tests incl.
HSDPA
GPS
3GPP FDD HSUPA
®
CDMA2000
1xEV-DO
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g)
IEEE 802.16
TD-SCDMA
TD-SCDMA Enhanced BS/MS Tests
DVB-H
IEEE 802.11n
EUTRA/LTE
Multicarrier CW Signal Generation
Additive White Gaussian Noise
(AWGN)
®
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®
1404.0510.02
1404.0610.02
1404.0710.02
®
1404.0810.02
1404.0910.02
1404.1016.02
1409.2358.02
1404.1116.02
1404.1216.02
1404.1316.02
1404.1416.02
1409.2406.02
1409.2506.02
1409.2258.02
1404.1516.02
1400.6650.02
R&S SMJ-K240
®
R&S SMJ-K242
®
R&S SMJ-K243
R&S SMJ-K244
®
R&S SMJ-K245
®
R&S SMJ-K246
®
R&S SMJ-K247
®
R&S SMJ-K248
®
R&S SMJ-K249
®
R&S SMJ-K250
®
R&S SMJ-K251
®
R&S SMJ-K252
®
R&S SMJ-K254
®
R&S SMJ-K255
®
R&S SMJ-K261
®
R&S SMJ-K262
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Digital standards using R&S WinIQSIM™
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IS-95
R&S SMJ-K11
®
®
CDMA2000
R&S SMJ-K12
®
3GPP TDD
R&S SMJ-K13
®
TD-SCDMA
R&S SMJ-K14
®
R&S SMJ-K15
User-Defined OFDM Signals
®
(with R&S WinIQSIM™ and
®
R&S WinIQOFDM)
®
1xEV-DO
R&S SMJ-K17
®
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g)
R&S SMJ-K19
®
3GPP FDD incl. HSDPA
R&S SMJ-K20
Digital standards using external PC software
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Bluetooth
R&S SMJ-K5
®
Pulse Sequencer
R&S SMJ-K6
®
TETRA
R&S SMJ-K8
Noise generation
®
Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN)
R&S SMJ-K62
Other options
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BER/BLER Measurement
R&S SMJ-K80
®
XM RADIO Waveforms
R&S SMJ-K256
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Rear Connectors
R&S SMJ-B81
Recommended extras
Hardcopy manuals (in German)
Hardcopy manuals (in English, UK)
Hardcopy manuals (in English, USA)
19" Rack Adapter
Adapter for Telescopic Sliders
BNC Adapter for AUX I/O Connector
Keyboard with USB Interface
(US assignment)
Mouse with USB Interface, optical
External USB CD-RW Drive
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R&S ZZA-411
®
R&S ZZA-T45
®
R&S SMU-Z5
®
R&S PSL-Z2
®
R&S PSL-Z10
®
R&S PSP-B6
1403.9509.02
1403.9609.02
1403.9709.02
1403.9809.02
1403.9909.02
1404.0005.02
1404.0105.02
1404.0205.02
1404.1301.02
1409.2558.02
1409.1716.02
1404.0805.02
1404.0905.02
1409.2606.02
1403.9309.02
1403.7458.31
1403.7458.32
1403.7458.39
1096.3283.00
1109.3774.00
1160.4545.02
1157.6870.04
1157.7060.03
1134.8201.22
R&S®WinIQSIM2™ and R&S®WinIQSIM™ require an external PC.
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R&S SMJ100A Vector Signal Generator
Version 05.00, December 2007
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.
EMC specifications are tested with sufficiently shielded cables and accessories (e.g. mouse and keypad). To prevent degradation of
these specifications, it is the user's responsibility to use appropriate equipment.
In compliance with the 3GPP standard, chip rates are specified in Mcps (million chips per second), whereas bit rates and symbol rates
are specified in kbps (thousand bits per second) or ksps (thousand symbols per second). Mcps, kbps, and ksps are not SI units.
®
This document contains the specifications of the R&S SMJ100A, including RF characteristics, analog modulation, I/Q modulation, and
®
performance of the I/Q baseband generator. The functional specifications of the digital standards (R&S SMJ-K40 to -K61 options) and
®
the digital standards with external PC software (R&S SMJ-K5, -K6, -K8 options) are described in the Digital Standards data sheet
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(PD 5213.9434.22). The digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM2™ (R&S SMJ-K240 to -K262 options) are described in the
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R&S WinIQSIM2™ data sheet (PD 5213.7460.22), the digital standards with R&S WinIQSIM™ (R&S SMJ-K11 to -K20 options) in the
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R&S WinIQSIM™ data sheet (PD 0758.0680.32).
Version 05.00, December 2007
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R&S SMJ100A Vector Signal Generator
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Certified Environmental System
ISO 9001
ISO 14001
DQS REG. NO 1954 QM
DQS REG. NO 1954 UM
For product brochure, see PD 5213.5074.12
and www.rohde-schwarz.com
(search term: SMJ100A)
¸ is a registered trademark of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG · Trade names are trademarks of the owners · Printed in Germany (we)
PD 5213.5074.22 · Version 05.00 · December 2007 · ¸SMJ100A · Data without tolerance limits is not binding · Subject to change
Certified Quality System
www.rohde-schwarz.com
Europe: +49 1805 12 4242, customersupport@rohde-schwarz.com
Americas: +1-888-837-8772, customer.support@rsa.rohde-schwarz.com
Asia: +65 65 130 488, customersupport.asia@rohde-schwarz.com
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