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For those seeking to enhance range, mitigate interference and boost component performance, both the MXG and EXG deliver three industry-leading capabilities: low EVM, output power up to +27 dBm, and ACPR of up to -73 dBc (W-CDMA test model 1, 64 DPCH).
With signals that range from simple to complex and pure to impaired, the MXG and EXG support detailed measurements that reveal the true performance of advanced designs.
To support a broad range of signals for cellular communications, wireless connectivity, video, and navigation, the MXG and EXG now provide real-time simulation of complex real-world signals.
In manufacturing test, the cost-effective EXG is optimized for extended uptime and fast throughput (<900-os switching).
In addition, Agilent stated that the N5173B EXG analog is a cost-effective option when system creators need to balance budget and performance, and offers the best combination of output power (+20 dBm at 20 GHz) and low harmonics (<-55 dBc), making it well-suited to the characterization of broadband microwave components such as filters and amplifiers.