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Fading simulator option for R&SŪSFE broadcast tester

Fading simulator option for R&SŪSFE broadcast tester


Rohde & Schwarz offers a complete range of broadcast test transmitters. With the new R&S®SFE-K30 fading simulator option, the R&SŪSFE broadcast tester can now simulate realistic channel conditions.

The R&SŪSFE-K30 fading simulator of the R&SŪSFE broadcast tester features 12 paths organized in two groups of six paths each. The delay, loss and fading profile for each path can be set individually, and an additional delay can be introduced between group 1 and group 2. The fading simulator option can be operated conveniently via the R&SŪSFE broadcast tester’s front panel. All parameters can also be set via remote control.

While the R&SŪSFE fading simulator is ideal for testing receivers in line with test standards, for SFN simulation (two transmitters, pre-echo) and for testing echo cancellation of transposers, the R&SŪSFU fading simulator is best for developing receiver chips, tuners and mobile receivers, for acting as a fully integrated broadcast test system and for antenna diversity simulation.

The Rohde & Schwarz solution offers the following benefits:

  • Comprehensive set of features
  • High precision at a competitive price
  • Large delay range for SFN simulation
  • Easy installation

The fading simulator itself is a software option, but it requires an FPGA extension board (R&SŪSFE-B15).

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#2 June 2021
KIPiS 2021 #2
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