The SJ001A WaveJudge Wireless Analyzer Toolset allows design and verification engineers to gain visibility into protocol and physical layer interaction in wireless transmissions.

The SJ001A WaveJudge Wireless Analyzer Toolset combines powerful over-the-air communications analysis and real-time protocol decoding and PHY analysis. It is an essential tool for troubleshooting 5G network performance problems between devices and base stations in development and deployment.

Key Features:

  • Locate protocol exchange errors location not found in end equipment logs
  • Correlate protocol and PHY events
  • FR1 and FR2 support
  • Support for the latest 3GPP specifications
  • Protocol analysis highlighted expected vs. actual behaviour

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WaveJudge User Interface

The WaveJudge offers a powerful graphical user interface that simplifies the test setup and configuration. 

Using the GUI, you can:

  • Identify and analyze complex antenna schemes including MIMO and beamforming
  • Compare expected vs. received frame structure and identify allocation issues
  • Synchronize and reference signal errors
  • Visually inspect scheduler performance
  • Capture the attach process beginnning with UL power
  • Trace the bytes as they move through the MAC, RLC and PDCP layers

WaveJudge Hardware Platform

The SJ001A WaveJudge Wireless Analyzer Toolset uses a proprietary, modular architecture that is much more targeted and cost-effective than a one-size-fits-all standard platform, allowing to maximize the coverage according to testing budget. Scalable and high-speed programmable hardware to update and expand the solution in terms of ports or memory as needs change in terms of MIMO or carriers use cases. For large-scale testing up to 64 chassis can be daisy-chained to house up to 256 modules.

WaveJudge Analysis with Network Emulation Solutions

Wavejudge can integrate with Keysight Network Emulation Solutions, importing and decoding UXM IQ captures for troubleshooting and analysis. With this advanced capability, you can analyze and pinpoint PHY and protocol layer issues without having to depend on vendor analysis logs. This is particularly useful when logs from multiple vendors conflict, causing undue delays and increasing engineering expenses.

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