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Use the niWLAN Analysis properties to access configuration options for WLAN applications.
Note When you query a property, the toolkit verifies the WLAN session to ensure that all relevant properties are set and are valid. If the verification fails, the toolkit returns an error. 
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Property  Description  

Active Channel 
Specifies the active channel string used to access all subsequent properties in a property node until a new active channel is specified. If the property you want to use is channel specific, you must first select the Active Channel property and then pass the name of the specific channel. If you specify an active channel for a property that is not channel specific, the toolkit returns an error. Details 

Standard 
Specifies the IEEE 802.11 standard, which indicates the type of physical layer, for signal analysis. Details 

Number of Segments 
Specifies the number of frequency segments for 802.11ac and 802.11ax signals. Details 

Number of Receive Channels 
Specifies the number of channels (waveforms) to process during analysis measurements. The number of receive channels must be less than or equal to the number of channels acquired. Use this property to process fewer numbers of waveforms than the acquired waveforms. Details 

Channel Bandwidth (Hz) 
Specifies the bandwidth of the OFDM signal to be analyzed. The toolkit uses this value to determine the Recommended Sampling Rate property and symbol structure for demodulation purposes. Configure this property only when you set the Standard property to 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM, 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AH MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Carrier Frequency (Hz) 
Specifies the carrier frequency which you configure on the NIRFSA to acquire a WLAN signal. Set this value equal to the carrier frequency of the transmitting DUT. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Multisegment Measurement Mode 
Specifies whether to use a single analyzer or two analyzers for each channel of a multisegment (80+80) MHz 802.11ac, 802.11ax signal for spectral measurements. This property is applicable when you set the Number of Segments property to 2 and the channel bandwidth is 80 MHz. When you set this property to Single Analyzer, you must specify the value of the Carrier Frequency for both the segments. Details 

Hardware Settings:Device Instantaneous Bandwidth (Hz) 
Specifies the instantaneous bandwidth of the NIRFSA. This value is expressed in Hz. This property is set according to the device model in the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI. Details 

Hardware Settings: Acquisition Length (s) 
Specifies the minimum duration of the waveform to be acquired by the NIRFSA. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Hardware Settings:Trigger Delay (s) 
Specifies the trigger delay The toolkit computes the Recommended PreTrigger Delay and Recommended PostTrigger Delay properties based on the value of the Trigger Delay property. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Hardware Settings:IQ Power Edge Reference Trigger Enabled 
Specifies whether I/Q poweredge reference trigger is for acquisition for the first (master) device when multiple device synchronization is needed. When you set this property to True, the NIRFSA Sync Ref Trigger Delay Enabled property is set to Disabled in the niWLANA RFSA Configure Multiple Device Synchronization VI. This property is valid only if you use NI 5644R, NI 5645R, NI 5646R RF vector signal analyzers. Details 

Hardware Settings:TClk Synchronization Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable TClk synchronized acquisition, when the toolkit is configured for multiple NIRFSAs. For synchronized acquisition, using the niWLANA RFSA Configure TClk For Homogeneous Triggers VI, the niWLANA RFSA Synchronize TClk VI, and the niTClk Initiate VI, set this property to True. The toolkit ignores this property if you use the NI 5644R, NI 5645R, or NI 5646R RF vector signal transceiver devices. For additional information, refer to the NITClk Synchronization Help topic in NI RF Vector Signal Analyzers Help. Details 

Hardware Settings:LO Sharing Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable configuration for sharing of local oscillator (LO) signal for multiple NIRFSAs or vector signal transceivers. This toolkit reads this property inside the niWLANA RFSA Configure Multiple Device Synchronization VI. Details 

Hardware Settings:LO Frequency Offset Mode 
Specifies how the local oscillator (LO) frequency offset is derived to configure frequency on the NI RF vector signal analyzers and the NI RF synthesizers in the niWLANA RFSA Configure Frequency VI. The toolkit ignores this property if you do not use NI 5840 or NI 5646R devices. Details 

Hardware Settings:LO Frequency Offset (Hz) 
Specifies the LO frequency offset to be used when you set the LO Frequency Offset Mode property to User Defined. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Hardware Settings:Amplitude Correction Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable amplitude correction based on the amplitude correction table. Details 

Hardware Settings:Optimize Reference Level for EVM:Enabled 
Specifies whether to optimize reference level for the EVM measurement. You must use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Optimal Reference Level for EVM VI to configure the optimal reference level. Details 

Hardware Settings:Optimize Reference Level for EVM:Margin 
Specifies the value used for adjusting the factor used for computation of the optimal reference level. You must use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Optimal Reference Level for EVM VI to configure the optimal reference level and margin. If you expect the peak power of the input signal to vary from packet to packet, then set this property to the value by which the maximum peak power exceeds the value configured as peak power value by the niWLANA RFSA Configure Optimal Reference Level for EVM VI. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation:Enabled 
Specifies whether to compensate the EVM results measured during the OFDM Demod measurement for inherent instrument noise of the NI vector signal analyzers. You must measure the noise floor before applying the noise compensation. Refer to the Noise Compensation topic for more information on applying noise compensation. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation:Carrier Frequencies 
Specifies an array of carrier frequencies at which the instrument noise floor is measured. The measured instrument noise floor is used to apply noise compensation during the OFDM Demod measurement. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation:Maximum Channel Bandwidths 
Specifies the array of channel bandwidths for which the instrument noise floor is measured. The measured instrument noise floor is used to apply noise compensation during the OFDM Demod measurement. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation: Minimum Reference Level 
Specifies the minimum reference level used to measure the instrument noise floor. The measured instrument noise floor is used to apply noise compensation during the OFDM Demod measurement. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation:Maximum Reference Level 
Specifies the maximum reference level used to measure the instrument noise floor. The measured instrument noise floor is used to apply noise compensation during the OFDM demod measurement. Details 

Hardware Settings:Noise Compensation:Reference Level Step Size 
Specifies the step size used to compute the reference levels between the minimum and maximum reference levels. The niWLANA RFSA Measure Noise Floor VI measures the instrument noise floor at these reference levels. The measured instrument noise floor is used to apply noise compensation during the OFDM Demod measurement. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Acquisition Type 
Returns the toolkitrecommended acquisition type for the current measurement configuration. If you enable any of the spectral measurements properties, the toolkit sets this property to Spectrum. Otherwise, the toolkit sets this property to IQ. For more information about simultaneous I/Q and spectrum measurements refer to the Simultaneous Measurements topic. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Acquisition Length (s) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended acquisition length The property is used to configure NI vector signal analyzers for signal acquisition inside the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Minimum Quiet Time (s) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended minimum quiet time during which the signal level must be below the trigger value for triggering to occur. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, pass this property to the NIRFSA Minimum Quiet Time property. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Number of Records 
Returns the toolkitrecommended number of records to acquire from the NIRFSA. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, pass this property to the NIRFSA Number Of Records property. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:IQ:Sampling Rate (S/s) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended minimum sample rate for the NIRFSA. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, pass this property to the niRFSA Configure IQ Rate VI. This value is expressed in samples per second. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:IQ:PreTrigger Delay (s) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended pretrigger delay. This value is expressed in seconds. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, multiply this property by the NIRFSA IQ Rate property, then pass the result to the NIRFSA Pretrigger Samples property. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:IQ:PostTrigger Delay (s) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended posttrigger delay. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Spectrum:Span (Hz) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended span for spectral acquisition. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Spectrum:RBW Definition 
Returns the toolkitrecommended RBW type for spectral acquisition. The value of this property is the same as the value of the RBW Definition property. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, derive the NIRFSA Resolution Bandwidth Type property from the Recommended RBW Definition property. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Spectrum:RBW (Hz) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended RBW for spectral acquisition. This value is expressed in Hz. The value of this property is the same as the value of the RBW property. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, pass the Recommended RBW property to the NIRFSA Resolution Bandwidth property. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Spectrum:VBW (Hz) 
Returns the toolkitrecommended VBW for spectral acquisition. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Hardware Settings:Recommended Settings:Spectrum:FFT Window Type 
Returns the toolkitrecommended timedomain FFT window type. The value of this property is the same as the value of the FFT Window Type property. If you do not use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI, pass this property to the NIRFSA FFT Window Type property. Details 

Auto Detection of Standard:Mode 
Specifies the mode of operation for auto detection of standard (ADS). Details 

Auto Detection of Standard:Detected Standard 
Returns the standard, which includes the type of physical layer, detected by the toolkit. Details 

Auto Detection of Standard:Detected Channel Bandwidth (Hz) 
Returns the channel bandwidth detected by the toolkit. Details 

AutoRange:Maximum Acquisition Length (s) 
Specifies the maximum duration of the signal to acquire while performing autorange operation using the niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

AutoRange:Maximum Idle Time (s) 
Specifies the maximum expected idle interval between the signal bursts to acquire while performing autorange using the niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

AutoRange:Results:Maximum Input Range (dBm or V) 
Returns the peak power or the peaktopeak voltage of the signal burst as calculated by the niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI. Use this value to set the NIRFSA Reference Level property or the NIRFSA IQ In Port Vertical Range property. Details 

AutoRange:Results:Acquisition Length (s) 
Returns the acquisition length measured by the niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI. The niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI measures the length of the burst and returns the recommended acquisition length to use while doing successful measurements. Use this value to set the Acquisition Length property. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Packet:OFDM:PPDU Type 
Specifies the type of physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) protocol data unit (PPDU) if you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the OFDM Demod Header Detection Enabled property to True. Details 

Packet:OFDM:RU Size 
Specifies the size of the resource unit (RU) in terms of the number of subcarriers for the 802.11ax signal. The RU size is specified for each user when you set the OFDM PPDU Type property to MU PPDU or TriggerBased PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:RU Offset 
Specifies the location of the resource unit (RU), in terms of the index of the 26tone RU, assuming the entire bandwidth is composed of 26tone RUs in the 802.11ax signal. For example, in the following figure, to specify the 106tone RU, second from left, you must configure this property to 5. Details 

Packet:OFDM:NonHT Modulation Mode 
Specifies whether the format of the incoming OFDM signal is nonhigh throughput (HT). This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, or 80211AF MIMOOFDM. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Number of Users 
Specifies the number of users in a multiuser (MU) physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) protocol data unit (PPDU). This property is applicable only when you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM, the OFDM PPDU Type property to MU PPDU, and the OFDM Demod Header Detection Enabled property to False. Details 

Packet:OFDM:OFDM Payload Length (bytes) 
Specifies the payload length of the expected incoming signal. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the OFDM Payload Length property as the payload length for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. The toolkit ignores the OFDM Payload Length property if you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. This value is expressed in bytes. Details 

Packet:OFDM:LSIG Payload Length (bytes) 
Specifies the value of the Length field of the LSIG field. Details 

Packet:OFDM:PreFEC Padding Factor 
Specifies the PreFEC padding factor used in 802.11ax TriggerBased PPDU. The toolkit uses this value for decoding the PSDU bits. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Packet Extension Disambiguity 
Specifies the disambiguation in number of symbols used in 802.11ax signal. This disambiguation is caused due to the packet extension. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True for PPDUs other than the TriggerBased PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:OFDM Data Rate (Mbps) 
Specifies the payload data rate of the expected incoming signal for channel bandwidths of 5 MHz, 10 MHz, and 20 MHz when you set the Standard property to 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM, 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, or 80211AF MIMOOFDM, and the OFDM NonHT Modulation Mode property to ON. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the OFDM Data Rate property as the data rate for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. This value is expressed in Mbps. Details 

Packet:OFDM:MCS Index 
Specifies the modulation and coding scheme (MCS) index if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM, and the OFDM NonHT Modulation Mode property to OFF. Each index represents the modulation and coding used on the payload according to section 20.6 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.5 of IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 23.5 of IEEE Standard 802.11af2013, and section 28.5 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Dual Carrier Modulation Enabled 
Specifies whether the dual carrier modulation (DCM) is applied to the data part of the 802.11ax signals or not. The property can be set to True only when the MCS index is 0, 1, 3 or 4, and the number of spatial streams is 1 or 2. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Number of HESIGB Symbols 
Specifies the number of HESIGB symbols present in the 802.11ax signal when you set the OFDM PPDU Type property to MU PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:FEC Coding Type 
Specifies the type of forward error correction (FEC) coding used if you set the OFDM NonHT Modulation Mode property to OFF, and the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM as defined in section 20.3.11.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.3.10.5 of the IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 23.3.10.5 of the IEEE Standard 802.11af2013 and section 28.3.11.5 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

Packet:OFDM:LDPC Extra Symbol Used 
Specifies the presence of an extra OFDM symbol segment for LDPC in the 802.11ax Triggerbased PPDU. The toolkit uses this value for decoding the PSDU bits. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Guard Interval Type 
Specifies the type of the guard interval (Cyclic Prefix) in an OFDM symbol. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the Guard Interval Type property for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. Details 

Packet:OFDM:HELTF Size 
Specifies the HELTF symbol size in the 802.11ax signals. The following combinations of the HELTF symbol size and the Guard Interval property are valid. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Midamble Periodicity 
Specifies the midamble periodicity in the 802.11ax signal. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True for all the PPDU types except TriggerBased PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:STBC Index 
Specifies the difference between the number of spacetime streams and the number of spatial streams, as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. Details 

Packet:OFDM:STBC All Streams Enabled 
Specifies whether spacetime block coding (STBC) was performed at the transmitter for incoming 802.11ac, 802.11af, or 802.11ax signals. Whenever STBC is done, the number of spacetime streams is equal to two times the number of spatial streams. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Number of Space Time Streams 
Specifies the number of space time streams if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. This property is ignored if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM and the OFDM Combined Signal Demodulation Enabled property to False. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Space Time Stream Offset 


Packet:OFDM:Number of Extension Spatial Streams 
Specifies the number of extension spatial streams. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the Number of Extension Spatial Streams property as the number of spatial streams for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Number of HELTF Symbols 
Specifies the number of HELTF symbols in the 802.11ax signal when the OFDM PPDU Type property is set to TriggerBased PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:MUMIMO LTF Mode Enabled 
Specifies whether LTF sequence corresponding to each space time stream is masked by a distinct orthogonal code. If the Standard property is set to 80211AX MIMOOFDM and OFDM PPDU Type property is set to TriggerBased PPDU. Details 

Packet:OFDM:80211n PLCP Frame Format 
Specifies the physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) frame format used when the 80211n PLCP Frame Detection Enabled property is set to False. The PLCP frame format determines sequence of preambles, header, and payload in a frame. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of this 80211N PLCP Frame Format property as the PLCP frame format for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. Details 

Packet:OFDM:80211ah Preamble Type 
Specifies the packet preamble type when you set the OFDM 80211ah Preamble Detection Enabled property to False. This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211AH MIMOOFDM and the Channel Bandwidth property to 2 MHz, 4 MHz, 8 MHz or 16 MHz. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Short Guard Interval B1 Bit 
Specifies the Short GI NSYM Disambiguation bit of the VHTSIGA2 or TVHTSIGA2 header. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Aggregation Bit 
Specifies the Aggregation bit of the highthroughput signal (HTSIG) field. Details 

Packet:OFDM:80211AC AMPDU Enabled 
Specifies whether the incoming 802.11ac packet has a procedure protocol data unit (PPDU) that contains an AggregatedMAC Protocol Data Unit. Details 

Packet:OFDM:Scrambler Seed 
Specifies the scrambler seed for combined signal demodulation. To reduce the test time, you must set the scrambler seed while generating a signal from the device under test (DUT). Details 

Packet:DSSS:DSSS Payload Length (bytes) 
Specifies the payload length of the expected incoming signal. If you set the DSSS Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the DSSS Payload Length property as the payload length for performing DSSS demodulation measurements. This value is expressed in bytes. Details 

Packet:DSSS:DSSS Data Rate (Mbps) 
Specifies the payload data rate of the expected incoming signal. If you set the DSSS Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the DSSS Data Rate property as the data rate for performing direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) demodulation measurements. This value is expressed in Mbps. Details 

Spectral Measurements:All Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable all spectral measurement properties. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:RBW Definition 
Specifies the definition of the RBW type. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:RBW (Hz) 
Specifies the RBW for spectral acquisition. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:FFT Window Type 
Specifies the timedomain window type to use for smoothing the spectrum. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:FFT Window Size 
Specifies the size of the window used in the FFT computation of the acquired I/Q data spectrum. If you set the Gated Spectrum Enabled property to True or if you use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI with the Gated Spectrum Enabled property set to False, the toolkit ignores this property. If you configure the NIRFSA independently or use other hardware, you must specify the correct window size. This value is expressed in samples. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:FFT Size 
Specifies the FFT length used to compute the acquired I/Q data spectrum. If you set the Gated Spectrum Enabled property to True or use the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI with Gated Spectrum Enabled property set to False, the toolkit ignores this property. If you configure NIRFSA independently or use other hardware, you must specify the correct FFT length. This value is expressed in samples. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:Gated Spectrum:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable gated spectrum acquisition for spectral measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:Gated Spectrum:Mode 
Specifies the mode for computing gated spectrum.


Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:Gated Spectrum:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the gate length to be used for the gated spectrum acquisition. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Acquisition:Gated Spectrum:Averaging Type 
Specifies the averaging type for gated spectrum measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable spectral maskrelated measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Auto Span Enabled 
Specifies whether the toolkit automatically calculates the span required for the current configuration of Spectral Mask measurement. If you want to specify the Span property, set the Auto Span Enabled property to False.


Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Span (Hz) 
Specifies the span for spectral acquisition if you set the Spectral Mask Enabled property or Spectral Measurements All Enabled property to True. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the Auto Span Enabled property to True. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Type 
Specifies whether the spectral mask is userdefined or standard. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Transmit Power Class 
Specifies the type of transmit power class as specified in Annex D of IEEE Standard 802.112012. This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211P OFDM. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the spectral mask trace. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the PSD. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Reference Level Type 
Specifies the type of reference to use for spectral mask measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Reference Level (dBm/Hz) 
Specifies the userdefined reference level that the toolkit uses for spectral mask measurements. Configure this property only if you set the Reference Level Type property to User defined. This value is expressed in dBm/Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Frequency Offsets (Hz) 
Specifies the array of frequency offsets used to define the spectral mask. The toolkit does not assume mask symmetry. Therefore, both positive and negative offsets from the center frequency must be defined in ascending order. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:Power Offsets (dB) 
Specifies the array of power offsets used to define the spectral mask. You must specify the offsets from the mask reference power level for each of the frequency offset points. The order of the power offsets in this array corresponds to the order of the frequency offsets that you specify in the Spectral Mask Frequency Offsets property. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Spectral Mask:80+80 Combined Mask Enabled 
Specifies whether to combine the spectrums of two 80 MHz 802.11ac or 802.11ax segments into a single transmit spectral mask measurement. Details 

Spectral Measurements:OBW:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable OBW measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:OBW:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages OBW measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Max Spectral Density:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable measurement of the maximum spectral density of the acquired power spectrum. This value is expressed in W/MHz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Max Spectral Density:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the PSD. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ACP:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the ACP measurement. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ACP:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the power spectrum. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ACP:Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the ACP trace. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ACP:Number of Offsets 
Specifies the number of offset channels to be measured on either side of the reference channel. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Channel Power:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the channel power measurement. This measurement computes the power in a specified measurement bandwidth of power spectrum data. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Channel Power:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the PSD. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Channel Power:Auto Measurement Bandwidth Enabled 
Specifies whether the toolkit needs to set measurement bandwidth equal to channel bandwidth for channel power measurements. If you want to specify the measurement bandwidth, set the Channel Power Auto Measurement Bandwidth Enabled property to False. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Channel Power:Measurement Bandwidth (Hz) 
Specifies the measurement bandwidth The toolkit ignores this property if you set the Channel Power Auto Measurement Bandwidth Enabled property to True. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission (IBE) measurement. This measurement computes the PSD of the 802.11af signal and applies limits to check for unwanted emissions, as specified in ETSI EN 301 598 V1.1.1 (201404) by ETSI. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the PSD for European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission measurements. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), PSD and inband emission limit traces. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Number of Offsets 
Specifies the number of adjacent channels to be considered for the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission measurements on either side of the transmission channel. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:DUT Average Output Power (dBm) 
Specifies the RF power averaged over the time period of a transmission burst from the device under test (DUT). This value is used to normalize the acquired spectrum data before the PSD computation, as specified in section 5.3.3 of ETSI EN 301 598 V1.1.1 (201404). This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Transmit Channel PSD Limit (dBm) 
Specifies the value that the toolkit uses as the limit on the PSD over any 100 kHz band in the transmitter channel for the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission measurement, as specified in section 4.2.3 of ETSI EN 301 598 V1.1.1 (201404). This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Device Emission Class 
Specifies the emission class with which the DUT complies. This value defines the adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) limits in the adjacent channels for the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission measurements, as specified in section 4.2.4.2 of ETSI EN 301 598 V1.1.1 (201404). Details 

Spectral Measurements:ETSI In Band Emission:Delta ACLR (dB) [] 
Specifies the array of lower limits on the difference between the adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) limit value and the actual ACLR value for the corresponding transmit channel and the adjacent channel being considered. You must set the values for all the adjacent channels with the starting index for the lowestfrequency channel. The size of this array must be twice the value you specify in the ETSI IBE Number of Offsets property. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Maximum Spectral Density (W/MHz) 
Returns the maximum total power over any 1 MHz portion of the spectrum. This value is expressed in W/MHz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Margin (dB) 
Returns the lowest margin which is the minimum difference between the spectral mask and the acquired PSD, as defined in section 17.3.9.2 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 18.4.7.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11b1999, and section 20.3.21.1 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. If the test fails, the spectral mask margin is negative. The toolkit computes the spectral mask margin excluding the reference channel if you set the Spectral Mask Ref Level Type property to Peak signal power. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Margin Vector 
Returns the lowest margin for each linear segment of the spectral emission mask, as defined in section 17.3.9.2 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 18.4.7.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11b1999, and section 20.3.21.1 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. The resulting lowest margin indicates the minimum difference between the acquired PSD spectrum and the spectral mask. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Margin Frequency Vector (Hz) 
Returns the array of frequencies at the lowest margins for each linear segment of the spectral emission mask. Each element of this array corresponds to an element of the Spectral Mask Margin Vector and Spectral Mask Margin Power Spectral Density Vector properties. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Margin Power Spectral Density Vector (dBm/Hz) 
Returns the array of power spectral densities, which correspond to the lowest margins for each linear segment of the spectral emission mask. Each element of this array corresponds to an element of the Spectral Mask Margin Vector and Spectral Mask Margin Frequency Vector properties. This value is expressed in dBm/Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Violation (%) 
Returns the ratio of the number of points of the signal PSD that are above the applied spectral emission mask to the total number of points in the signal PSD. This value is expressed as a percentage. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Reference Level (dBm/Hz) 
Returns the reference level, used for spectral mask margin measurements. This value is the maximum of the PSD of the signal if you set the Reference Level Type property to Peak signal power. This value is expressed in dBm/Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Frequency Offsets (Hz) 
Returns the frequency offsets of spectral emission mask used for spectral mask margin measurements. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Spectral Mask:Power Offsets (dB) 
Returns the power offsets of the spectral emission mask used for spectral mask margin measurements. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:OBW:Occupied Bandwidth (Hz) 
Returns the OBW of the measured signal. The OBW is the frequency range containing 99% of the power of the entire signal spectrum. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:OBW:High Frequency Limit (Hz) 
Returns the highest frequency component of the frequency range containing 99% of the entire signal spectrum. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:OBW:Low Frequency Limit (Hz) 
Returns the lowest frequency component of the frequency range containing 99% of the entire signal spectrum. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ACP:Reference Channel Power (dBm) 
Returns the reference channel power in the bandwidth specified by the Channel Bandwidth property. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ACP:Lower Relative Power (dBc)[] 
Returns the power in the lower offset channels relative to the power in the reference channel measured over the bandwidth specified by the Channel Bandwidth property. The number of offset channels is specified by the ACP Number of Offsets property. The elements in the array are in the order of increasing frequency separation with respect to the reference channel. This value is expressed in dBc. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ACP:Lower Absolute Power (dBm)[] 
Returns the power in the lower offset channels measured over the bandwidth specified by the Channel Bandwidth property. The number of offset channels is specified by the ACP Number of Offsets property. The elements in the array are in the order of increasing frequency separation with respect to the reference channel. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ACP:Upper Relative Power (dBc)[] 
Returns the power in the upper offset channels relative to the power in the reference channel measured over the bandwidth specified by the Channel Bandwidth property. The number of offset channels is specified by the ACP Number of Offsets property. The elements in the array are in the order of increasing frequency separation with respect to the reference channel. This value is expressed in dBc. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ACP:Upper Absolute Power (dBm)[] 
Returns the power in the upper offset channels measured over the bandwidth specified by the Channel Bandwidth property. The number of offset channels is specified by the ACP Number of Offsets property. The elements in the array are in the order of increasing frequency separation with respect to the reference channel. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:Channel Power (dBm) 
Returns the channel power over the bandwidth defined by the Channel Power Measurement Bandwidth and Channel Power Auto Measurement Bandwidth Enabled properties. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Margin (dB) 
Returns the lowest margin, which is the minimum difference between the inband emission (IBE) limits and the measured PSD. This property returns a negative value if the test fails. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Margin Vector (dB) [] 
Returns the array of the lowest margin which is the minimum difference between the inband emission limits and the measured PSD, per channel. The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) inband emission (IBE) margin returns a negative value for the corresponding channel, if the test fails for a channel. The elements in the array are in order of increasing frequency with the starting index corresponding to the channel lowest in frequency. The size of this array is 2 * N + 1, where N is the value you specify in the ETSI IBE Number of Offsets property. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Margin Frequency Vector (Hz) [] 
Returns the array of frequencies at which the lowest margin for each channel is observed. The elements in the array correspond onetoone to the elements in the ETSI IBE Margin Vector property. The size of this array is 2 * N + 1, where N is the value you specify in the ETSI IBE Number of Offsets property. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Violation (%) 
Returns the ratio of the number of points of the PSD measurement that are above the applied spectral emission limits to the total number of points in the PSD measurement. This value is expressed as a percentage. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Delta ACLR Margin Vector (dB) [] 
Returns the array of the lowest margin which is the minimum difference between the delta adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) limit value and the actual delta ACLR value, per channel. You must specify the delta ACLR limit by configuring the ETSI IBE Delta ACLR property. Actual delta ACLR value is same as the corresponding value of the ETSI IBE Margin Vector property. If the test fails for a channel, the value of the ETSI IBE Delta ACLR Margin Vector property for the corresponding channel is negative. The elements in the array are in order of increasing frequency with the starting index corresponding to the channel lowest in frequency. The size of this array is 2 * N + 1, where N is the value you specify in the ETSI IBE Number of Offsets property. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

Spectral Measurements:Results:ETSI In Band Emission:Delta ACLR Margin Frequency Vector (Hz) [] 
Returns the array of frequencies at the lowest delta ACLR margin for each channel. The elements in the array correspond onetoone to the elements in the ETSI IBE Delta ACLR Margin Vector property. The size of this array is 2 * N + 1, where N is the value you specify in the ETSI IBE Number of Offsets property. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable measurement of peak power and average power in the acquired burst. The toolkit automatically detects the start and end of a valid burst corresponding to a WLAN packet. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:PvT Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the power versus time (PvT) trace. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to use for TxPower measurements. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages burst power measurements. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Mode 
Specifies the mode for transmit power computation. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Burst Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable burst detection when performing TxPower measurements. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Peak Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average peak power of the acquired bursts. Peak power is measured for one burst. Average peak power is the average of peak power values across iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Peak Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum peak power of the acquired bursts. Peak power is measured for one burst. Minimum Peak power is the minimum of peak power values across iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Peak Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum peak power of the acquired bursts. Peak power is measured for one burst. Maximum Peak power is the maximum of peak power values across iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Peak Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of peak power of the acquired bursts. Peak power is measured for one burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average across iterations of average power of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of average power of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of average power of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of average power of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power with Idle Time:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average across iterations of average power with idle time of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power with Idle Time:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of average power with idle time of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power with Idle Time:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of average power with idle time of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

TxPower Measurements:Results:Average Power with Idle Time:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of average power with idle time of the acquired burst. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:CCDF Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable power CCDF measurements from a time domain signal. The CCDF curve shows the probability that the signal power will be above the average power level. Details 

CCDF Measurements:CCDF Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the CCDF trace. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Remove Dead Time 
Specifies whether to remove dead time in the input waveform. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to be used for CCDF measurements. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Number of Records 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages CCDF measurements. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:Average Power (dBm) 
Returns the average across iterations of average power of the acquired waveform. If you set the CCDF Remove Dead Time property to False, it returns the average power of the entire waveform. If you set the CCDF Remove Dead Time property to True, it returns the average power of the waveform after excluding the dead time (gaps) within the waveform. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:Average Power Percentile (%) 
Returns the number of samples for which the instantaneous power is the same as the average power of the signal, as a percentage of the total number of samples, used for CCDF computation. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:10% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 10% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:1% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 1% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:0.1% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 0.1% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:0.01% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 0.01% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:0.001% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 0.001% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:0.0001% Power (dB) 
Returns the power above the average power over which 0.0001% of the total samples in the signal are present. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:Peak to Average Power Ratio (dB) 
Returns the peaktoaverage power ratio (PAPR) of the signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

CCDF Measurements:Results:Resultant Count 
Returns the actual number of data samples, used for CCDF measurement. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable measurement of the power rampup or rampdown time for 802.11b and 802.11g direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) signals. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) power ramp measurements. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to be used for DSSS Power Ramp measurement. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Ramp Up:Low Threshold (%) 
Specifies the percentage of the maximum windowed burst power at which the power rampup in the burst is assumed to start. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Ramp Up:High Threshold (%) 
Specifies the percentage of the maximum windowed burst power at which the power rampup in the burst is assumed to end. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Ramp Down:Low Threshold (%) 
Specifies the percentage of the maximum windowed burst power at which the power rampdown in the burst is assumed to end. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Ramp Down:High Threshold (%) 
Specifies the percentage of the maximum windowed burst power at which the power rampdown in the burst is assumed to start. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Results:Ramp Up Time (s) 
Returns the measured power rampup time. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Power Ramp:Results:Ramp Down Time (s) 
Returns the measured power rampdown time. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable demodulationbased measurements if you set the Standard property to 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM, 80211G DSSSOFDM, 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AH MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:All Traces Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable all traces of OFDM demodulation. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:EVM per Symbol Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per symbol trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:EVM per Subcarrier Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per subcarrier trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:EVM per Symbol per Subcarrier Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per symbol per subcarrier trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:EVM per Subcarrier per Symbol Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per subcarrier per symbol trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Pilot EVM per Symbol Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per symbol trace of pilot subcarriers for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Data EVM per Symbol Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per symbol trace of data subcarriers for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Constellation Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the constellation trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:IQ Gain Imbalance per Subcarrier Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the IQ gain imbalance per subcarrier trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Quadrature Skew per Subcarrier Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the quadrature skew per subcarrier trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Reference Constellation Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the reference constellation trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. The reference constellation corresponds to ideal QAM symbols obtained after performing harddecision on received symbols. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Channel Frequency Response Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the channel frequency response trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Spectral Flatness Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the spectral flatness trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Unused Tone Error Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the unused tone error trace for 802.11ax signals. This property is valid only for the Triggerbased PPDUs. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Group Delay Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the group delay trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Decoded Bits Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the decoded bits trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Decoded Header Bits Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the decoded header bits for 802.11a/g, 802.11j, 802.11p, 802.11n, 802.11ac or 802.11ax signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Preamble Frequency Error Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the preamble frequency error trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Preamble frequency error computes the variations, across time, of frequency error over the short training field (STF) and long training field (LTF) symbols. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Carrier Frequency Offset CCDF Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the carrier frequency offset CCDF trace for 802.11ax TriggerBased PPDU signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Common Pilot Error Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the common pilot error trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Phase Noise PSD Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the phase noise PSD trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. For computation of this trace, the number of available OFDM symbols must be greater than 2. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Service Bits Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the service bits trace. The trace returns decoded bit sequence from the Service field of the signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Channel Frequency Response Trace Mode 
Specifies the mode of display of the channel frequency response trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Trace Settings:Group Delay Trace Mode 
Specifies the mode of display of the group delay trace for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable power measurement over a userdefined gate. The start and stop time of the userdefined gate can be specified by configuring the OFDM User Defined Gate Start Time and OFDM User Defined Gate Stop Time properties respectively. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:Total Packet Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable total packet power measurement. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:Preamble and Header Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable preamble and header power measurements. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:Data Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable data power measurements. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate:Start Time (s) 
Specifies the start time of the userdefined gate. A value of 0 indicates that the start time is the start of the payload. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate:Stop Time (s) 
Specifies the end time of the userdefined gate. A value of 0 indicates that the stop time is the start of the payload. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages OFDM demodulationbased measurements. Details 

OFDM Demod:Combined Signal Demodulation Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable demodulation of the signal that is formed by combining signals from multiple transmitter chains. Details 

OFDM Demod:Header Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to automatically detect the physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) header or SIG fields for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:80211n PLCP Frame Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to automatically detect the frame format of the 802.11n burst. If this property is disabled, you must set the frame format using the 80211n PLCP Frame Format property. Details 

OFDM Demod:80211ah Preamble Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable automatic detection of preamble type of 80211ah burst. If this property is disabled, you must set the 80211ah Preamble Type property when the Channel Bandwidth property is set to to 2MHz, 4MHz, 8MHz or 16MHz. Details 

OFDM Demod:NonHT Modulation Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to automatically detect the nonhigh throughput (HT) modulated frame. This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, or 80211AF MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to be used for OFDM Demod. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the OFDM Auto Compute Meas Length Enabled property to True. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurement Start Location 
Specifies the number of OFDM symbols from the beginning of the payload to ignore for EVM computation. Details 

OFDM Demod:Maximum Symbols Used 
Specifies the maximum number of symbols that the toolkit uses to compute EVM. You must set this property to the correct value to optimize measurement speed. If the number of available payload symbols (n) is greater than the value that you specify (m), the toolkit ignores (nm) symbols from the end of the packet. Details 

OFDM Demod:Auto Compute Measurement Length Enabled 
Specifies whether the toolkit automatically computes the measurement length based on the Maximum Symbols Used and Measurement Start Location properties. You can query the value of the automatically computed acquisition length by using the Recommended Acquisition Length property. Details 

OFDM Demod:Symbol Timing Adjustment 
Specifies the duration by which the toolkit adjusts symbol timing relative to the start of the useful portion of an OFDM symbol. This value is expressed in seconds. The toolkit sets this property to 1 in the niWLANA RFSA Configure Hardware VI or the niWLANA RFSA Multiple Device Configure Hardware VI. The toolkit ignores this property if you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Carrier Frequency Offset Estimation Method 
Specifies the method that the toolkit uses to estimate the carrier frequency offset. Details 

OFDM Demod:Common Clock Source Enabled 
Specifies whether the transmitter uses a common clock to generate carrier and sample clock frequencies for the OFDM signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Amplitude Tracking Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable pilotbased mean amplitude tracking. Details 

OFDM Demod:Phase Tracking Method 
Specifies the method of phase tracking to use. Phase tracking is useful for tracking the phase variation over the modulation symbol caused by residual frequency offset and phase noise. Details 

OFDM Demod:Time Tracking Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable compensation for sample clock frequency offset. Details 

OFDM Demod:Channel Estimation Method 
Specifies the method the toolkit uses to estimate the channel frequency response. Details 

OFDM Demod:Channel Frequency Response Interpolation Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the linear interpolation for missing subcarriers in the channel frequency response of 802.11ax signals with HELTF size of 1x or 2x. Details 

OFDM Demod:Channel Frequency Response Smoothing:Enabled 
Specifies whether smoothing of the channel frequency response has to be performed. This property is valid if you set the Standard property to 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM, 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Channel Frequency Response Smoothing:Window Length 
Specifies the length of the triangularweighted moving window, in subcarriers, used for averaging the channel frequency response. This property is valid, if you set the OFDM CFR Smoothing Enabled property to True. Details The default value is 5. If the bandwidth is fully occupied, valid values are all odd numbers between 1 and half the number of subcarriers in the bandwidth, inclusive. Otherwise, the valid values are all odd numbers between 1 and the size of the smallest resource unit, inclusive. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Mismatch Signal Model 
Specifies the signal model to use for estimation and correction of the I/Q mismatch components  I/Q gain imbalance, quadrature skew, and timing skew. Details 

OFDM Demod:Low Pass Filtering Enabled 
Specifies whether to use lowpass filtering, to remove outofband noise, after acquiring the baseband signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Oversampling Factor 
Specifies the oversampling factor to be used to analyze OFDM signals. The oversampling factor determines the size of FFT that is used to convert timedomain samples of each OFDM symbol to corresponding frequencydomain values. Details 

OFDM Demod:Burst Start Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to detect the start of a burst for signals containing an OFDM payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Reference Data Constellation Enabled 
Specifies whether to use reference data constellation for EVM computation. You can specify the reference data constellation using the niWLANA Set Reference Data Constellation VI. Details 

OFDM Demod:Reference Data Constellation Identifier 
Identifies the reference files used for combined signal demodulation. The value of this property must be same as the value of the Reference Data Identifier string specified while creating the reference files using the WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel. Details 

OFDM Demod:Unused Tone Error Mask Reference 
Specifies the reference used to create the unused tone error mask for the 802.11ax Triggerbased PPDU signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:80+80:Filtering Before Synchronization Enabled 
Specifies whether to apply a lowpass filter before initial frequency and time synchronization. Details 

OFDM Demod:80+80:Segment Index 
Specifies the index of the segment to be analyzed in a 80+80 MHz 802.11ax signal. You must set this property when you want to analyze a single segment out of the two segments. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:Channel EVM 
Specifies whether to enable computation of the channel EVM. IEEE standard documents specify that the EVM limits be applied on stream EVM. Therefore if you do not require channel EVM measurement, you must set this property to False to improve measurement speed. The niWLANA Configure Fast EVM VI sets this property to False. This value is expressed in your application. The property is applicable only when you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, 80211AH MIMOOFDM, 80211AF MIMOOFDM, or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:Channel Matrix Power 
Specifies whether to enable computation of the channel matrix power results, which is the frequency domain power measured from the estimated channel matrix. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:Stream Power 
Specifies whether to enable stream power measurement on combined signal. You must set the OFDM Combined Signal Demodulation Enabled property to True to measure stream power. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:Spectral Flatness Margin 
Specifies whether to enable computation of the spectral flatness margin measurement. Refer to the OFDM Spectral Flatness Margin topic for more information about spectral flatness margin. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:Unused Tone Error Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the unused tone error measurement for the 802.11ax triggerbased PPDU signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:MAC Frame Check Sequence Check 
Specifies whether to check for the validity of the signal frame check sequence (FCS). The toolkit calculates FCS over the decoded bits excluding the last 32 bits. The toolkit then compares this value with the FCS value in the received payload, which is represented by the last 32 bits of the payload. Details 

OFDM Demod:Measurements Enabled:VHTSIGB CRC Check 
Specifies whether to check for the validity of the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) of VHTSIGB field in 802.11ac signal. The toolkit calculates CRC over the decoded VHTSIGB bits and compares this value with the CRC value in the received Service field, which is represented by the last 8 bits of the Service field. This property is applicable only when you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments per Subcarrier Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the per subcarrier estimation and compensation of IQ impairments. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Carrier Frequency Offset 
Specifies whether to estimate carrier frequency offset. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Sampling Clock Offset 
Specifies whether to estimate sample clock offset. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:IQ Gain Imbalance 
Specifies whether to estimate I/Q gain imbalance. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Quadrature Skew 
Specifies whether to estimate quadrature skew. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Timing Skew 
Specifies whether to estimate timing skew. Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Carrier Frequency Leakage 
Specifies whether to estimate carrier frequency leakage (CFL). Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Common Pilot Error 
Specifies whether to estimate common pilot error (CPE). Details 

OFDM Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Common Phase Error 
Specifies whether to estimate common phase error. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:IQ Gain Imbalance Enabled 
Specifies whether to compensate for the value specified using the OFDM IQ Gain Imbalance property when you set the OFDM User Defined IQ Impairments Compensation Enabled property to True or for the estimated value when you set the OFDM IQ Gain Imbalance Estimation Enabled property to True. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:Quadrature Skew Enabled 
Specifies whether to compensate for the value specified using the OFDM Quadrature Skew property when you set the OFDM User Defined IQ Impairments Compensation Enabled property to True or the estimated value when you set the OFDM Quadrature Skew Estimation Enabled property to True. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:Timing Skew Enabled 
Specifies whether to compensate for the value specified using the OFDM Timing Skew property when you set the OFDM User Defined IQ Impairments Compensation Enabled property to True or the estimated value when you set the OFDM Timing Skew Estimation Enabled property to True. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:User Defined:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable compensation of user defined IQ impairments. If you set this property to False, toolkit compensates for the estimated IQ impairments. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:User Defined:IQ Gain Imbalance (dB) 
Specifies the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. The default value is 0. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:User Defined:Quadrature Skew (deg) 
Specifies the deviation in angle (degrees) from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. The default value is 0. Details 

OFDM Demod:IQ Impairments Compensation:User Defined:Timing Skew (s) 
Specifies the difference between the sampling instants of I and Q streams. This value is expressed in seconds. The default value is 0. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of RMS EVM measurements. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of RMS EVM measurements. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Data RMS EVM:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of data subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Data RMS EVM:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of data subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Data RMS EVM:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of data subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Data RMS EVM:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of RMS EVM measurements of data subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Pilot RMS EVM:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of pilot subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Pilot RMS EVM:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of pilot subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Pilot RMS EVM:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of RMS EVM measurements of pilot subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Pilot RMS EVM:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of RMS EVM measurements of pilot subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average across iterations of average gated power The gated power is the average power of the portion of the signal defined by the interval between the Gated Power Start Time and Gated Power Stop Time properties. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of average gated power The gated power is the average power of the portion of the signal defined by the interval between the Gated Power Start Time and Gated Power Stop Time properties. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of average gated power. This value is expressed in dBm. The gated power is the average power of the portion of the signal defined by the interval between the Gated Power Start Time and Gated Power Stop Time properties. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of average gated power The gated power is the average power of the portion of the signal defined by the interval between the Gated Power Start Time and Gated Power Stop Time properties. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Absolute Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average across iterations of absolute power measurements in the frequency domain. Absolute power is the frequency domain power measured from estimated channel matrix. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Absolute Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of absolute power measurements in the frequency domain. Absolute power is the frequency domain power measured from estimated channel matrix. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Absolute Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of absolute power measurements in the frequency domain. Absolute power is the frequency domain power measured from estimated channel matrix. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Absolute Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of absolute power measurements in the frequency domain. Absolute power is the frequency domain power measured from estimated channel matrix. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Cross Power:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of cross power measurements. The cross power for channelx is the contribution of the power from streams other than streamx in channelx. To get the individual contributions of each stream, use the format channelx/streamy for the active channel, where x is not equal to y. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Cross Power:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of cross power measurements. The cross power for channelx is the contribution of the power from streams other than streamx in channelx. To get the individual contributions of each stream, use the format channelx/streamy for the active channel, where x is not equal to y. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Cross Power:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of cross power measurements. The cross power for channelx is the contribution of the power from streams other than streamx in channelx. To get the individual contributions of each stream, use the format channelx/streamy for the active channel, where x is not equal to y. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Channel Matrix Power:Cross Power:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of cross power measurements. The cross power for channelx is the contribution of the power from streams other than streamx in channelx. To get the individual contributions of each stream, use the format channelx/streamy for the active channel, where x is not equal to y. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Stream Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns average stream power across iterations for combined signal demod. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Stream Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns minimum stream power across iterations for combined signal demod. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Stream Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns maximum stream power across iterations for combined signal demod. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Stream Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns standard deviation stream power across iterations for combined signal demod. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Spectral Flatness:Margin:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of spectral flatness margin. Spectral flatness margin is the minimum margin of the upper and lower spectral flatness margins. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Spectral Flatness:Margin:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of spectral flatness margin. Spectral flatness margin is the minimum margin of the upper and lower spectral flatness margins. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Spectral Flatness:Margin:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of spectral flatness margin. Spectral flatness margin is the minimum margin of the upper and lower spectral flatness margins. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Spectral Flatness:Margin:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of spectral flatness margin. Spectral flatness margin is the minimum margin of the upper and lower spectral flatness margins. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Spectral Flatness:Margin Subcarrier Index 
Returns the index of the subcarrier for which the minimum spectral flatness margin was observed across iterations. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Unused Tone Error:Margin (dB) 
Returns the lowest margin, which is the minimum difference between the unused tone error mask and the measured unused tone error per 26tone RU. Refer to the OFDM Unused Tone Error Measurement topic for more information about unused tone error margins. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Unused Tone Error:Margin RU index 
Returns the 26tone RU index for which the lowest unused tone error margin was observed. The lowest unused tone error margin is the minimum difference between unused tone error mask and measured unused tone error per 26tone RU. Refer to the OFDM Unused Tone Error Measurement topic for more information about unused tone error RU index. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Unused Tone Error:Margin Vector (dB)[] 
Returns the difference between the unused tone error mask and the measured unused tone error per 26tone RU, averaged across iterations. This value is expressed in dB. The elements in the array correspond to 26tone RUs assuming the entire bandwidth is composed of 26tone RUs. For 26tone RUs corresponding to occupied subcarrier locations, this property returns infinity as the value. Refer to the OFDM Unused Tone Error Measurement topic for more information about unused tone error margin vectors. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Number of Symbols Used 
Returns the number of OFDM symbols used for OFDM Demod measurements. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Burst Start Time (s) 
Returns the absolute time corresponding to the detected start of the analyzed burst. This time is computed with respect to the t0 value of the acquired waveform. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Noise Compensation Applied 
Indicates whether the noise compensation is applied to the EVM measured for all receive channels and spacetime streams. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Average (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of average of the mean power values obtained from the gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Minimum (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of minimum of the mean power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Maximum (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of maximum of the mean power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of standard deviation of the mean power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Average (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of average of the peak power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Minimum (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of minimum of the peak power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Maximum (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of maximum of the peak power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) [] 
Returns the array of standard deviation of the peak power values obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Average (Hz) 
Returns the average across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting device under test (DUT). This value is expressed in Hz. For example, during acquisition, if you set the I/Q carrier frequency to 2.412 GHz, and the toolkit measures the carrier frequency of the DUT to be 2.4121 GHz, the carrier frequency offset is 100 kHz. This measurement follows section 17.3.9.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 20.3.21.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.3.18.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 24.3.16.3 of IEEE P802.11ah/D1.3, and section 28.3.14.3 and section 28.3.18.3 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Minimum (Hz) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting device under test (DUT). This value is expressed in Hz. For example, during acquisition, if you set the I/Q carrier frequency to 2.412 GHz, and the toolkit measures the carrier frequency of the DUT to be 2.4121 GHz, the carrier frequency offset is 100 kHz. This measurement follows section 17.3.9.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 20.3.21.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.3.18.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 24.3.16.3 of IEEE P802.11ah/D1.3, and section 28.3.14.3 and section 28.3.18.3 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Maximum (Hz) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting device under test (DUT). This value is expressed in Hz. For example, during acquisition, if you set the I/Q carrier frequency to 2.412 GHz, and the toolkit measures the carrier frequency of the DUT to be 2.413 GHz, the carrier frequency offset is 1 MHz. This measurement follows section 17.3.9.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 20.3.21.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.3.18.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 24.3.16.3 of IEEE P802.11ah/D1.3, and section 28.3.14.3 and section 28.3.18.3 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Standard Deviation (Hz) 
Returns the standard deviation of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting device under test (DUT). This value is expressed in Hz. For example, during acquisition, if you set the I/Q carrier frequency to 2.412 GHz, and the toolkit measures the carrier frequency of the DUT to be 2.421 GHz, the carrier frequency offset is 100 kHz. This measurement follows section 17.3.9.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999, section 20.3.21.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, section 22.3.18.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, section 24.3.16.3 of IEEE Standard P80211ah/D1.3, section 24.3.16.3 of IEEE P802.11ah/D1.3, and section 28.3.14.3 and section 28.3.18.3 of IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:CCDF 10% (Hz) 
Returns the 10% point of Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF) of absolute carrier frequency offsets measured on TriggerBased PPDUs, across the number of iterations you specify in the OFDM Demod Number of Averages property. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Leakage:Average (dB) 
Returns the average of carrier frequency leakage. Carrier frequency leakage is the ratio of the energy in the DC subcarrier to the total energy of all the subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Leakage:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum of carrier frequency leakage. Carrier frequency leakage is the ratio of the energy in the DC subcarrier to the total energy of all the subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Leakage:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum of carrier frequency leakage. Carrier frequency leakage is the ratio of the energy in the DC subcarrier to the total energy of all the subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Leakage:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of carrier frequency leakage. Carrier frequency leakage is the ratio of the energy in the DC subcarrier to the total energy of all the subcarriers. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Absolute Carrier Frequency Leakage:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average, across iterations, of the absolute carrier frequency leakage. This value is expressed in dBm. The absolute carrier frequency leakage is the power measured in the DC subcarrier. This property is valid only when you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Absolute Carrier Frequency Leakage:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum, across iterations, of the absolute carrier frequency leakage. This value is expressed in dBm. The absolute carrier frequency leakage is the power measured in the DC subcarrier. This property is valid only when you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Absolute Carrier Frequency Leakage:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum, across iterations, of the absolute carrier frequency leakage. This value is expressed in dBm. The absolute carrier frequency leakage is the power measured in the DC subcarrier. This property is valid only when you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Absolute Carrier Frequency Leakage:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation, across iterations, of the absolute carrier frequency leakage. This value is expressed in dBm. The absolute carrier frequency leakage is the power measured in the DC subcarrier. This property is valid only when you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Average (ppm) 
Returns the average, across iterations, of the sample clock offset. The sample clock offset is the difference between the sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Minimum (ppm) 
Returns the minimum, across iterations, of sample clock offset. The sample clock offset is the difference between the sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Maximum (ppm) 
Returns the maximum, across iterations, of sample clock offset. The sample clock offset is the difference between the sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Standard Deviation (ppm) 
Returns the standard deviation of the sample clock offset. The sample clock offset is the difference between the sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Average (dB) 
Returns the average across iterations of I/Q gain imbalance. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of I/Q gain imbalance. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of I/Q gain imbalance. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of I/Q gain imbalance. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Average (deg) 
Returns the average across iterations of quadrature skew. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Minimum (deg) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of quadrature skew. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Maximum (deg) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of quadrature skew. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Standard Deviation (deg) 
Returns the standard deviation of quadrature skew. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Timing Skew:Average (s) 
Returns the average, across iterations, of the timing skew. Timing skew is the difference between the sampling instants of inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) components of the complex baseband signal. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Timing Skew:Minimum (s) 
Returns the minimum, across iterations, of the timing skew. Timing skew is the difference between the sampling instants of inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) components of the complex baseband signal. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Timing Skew:Maximum (s) 
Returns the maximum, across iterations, of the timing skew. Timing skew is the difference between the sampling instants of inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) components of the complex baseband signal. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Timing Skew:Standard Deviation (s) 
Returns the standard deviation of the timing skew. Timing skew is the difference between the sampling instants of inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) components of the complex baseband signal. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Pilot Error RMS:Average (%) 
Returns the average across iterations of common pilot error (CPE) RMS measurements, as a percentage of ideal pilot subcarrier values. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Pilot Error RMS:Minimum (%) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of common pilot error (CPE) RMS measurements, as a percentage of ideal pilot subcarrier values. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Pilot Error RMS:Maximum (%) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of common pilot error (CPE) RMS measurements, as a percentage of ideal pilot subcarrier values. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Pilot Error RMS:Standard Deviation (%) 
Returns the standard deviation of common pilot error (CPE) RMS measurements, as a percentage of ideal pilot subcarrier values. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Phase Error:Average (deg) 
Returns the average across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Phase Error:Minimum (deg) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Phase Error:Maximum (deg) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Impairments:Common Phase Error:Standard Deviation (deg) 
Returns the standard deviation across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Payload Length (bytes) 
Returns the length of the physicallayer payload If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True, the toolkit extracts the payload length from the demodulated SIGNAL field or HT SIGNAL field, VHTSIGB field or TVHTSIGB of the frame, if you set the Standard property to 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM (section 17.3.4 of IEEE Standard 802.11a1999) or 80211N MIMOOFDM (section 20.3.9.4.3 of IEEE Standard 802.11n2009), 80211AC MIMOOFDM (section 22.3.8.3.6 of IEEE Standard 80211ac2013) respectively, or 80211AF MIMOOFDM (section 23.3.8.3.6 of IEEE Standard 80211af2013). This value is expressed in bytes. If you set the Standard property to 80211AH MIMOOFDM and the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True, the toolkit derives the payload length from the S1GSIG/SIGA field of the frame. If you set the Standard property to 80211AX MIMOOFDM and the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True, the toolkit derives the payload length from the decoded data bits. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the OFDM Payload Length property specifies the payload length. The toolkit returns a value of 1 if it encounters various data lengths during the averaging process. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:LSIG Payload Length 
Returns the value of the Length field as decoded from the LSIG field. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the OFDM LSIG Payload Length (bytes) property specifies the LSIG payload length. 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:S1G SIG Length 
Returns the value of the Length field as decoded from SIG/SIGA field in 802.11ah signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:PSDU Length 
Returns the length of the Physical Layer Convergence Procedure (PLCP) Service Data Unit (PSDU). This value is expressed in bytes. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:PreFEC Padding Factor 
Returns the preFEC padding factor value decoded from the HESIGA field of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Packet Extension Disambiguity 
Returns the PEdisambiguity bit value decoded from the HESIGA field of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Data Rate (Mbps) 
Returns the data rate used to transmit the SERVICE field and the physical layer convergence procedure protocol data unit (PPDU). If you set the Header Detection Enabled property to True, the data rate is extracted from the demodulated SIGNAL field of the frame. The SIGNAL field is defined in section 17.3.4 of IEEE Standard 802.112007. This value is expressed in Mbps. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the OFDM Data Rate property specifies the data rate. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:STAID 
Returns the STAID of the user, detected by decoding the HESIGB field of 802.11ax signal. The STAID is 11 LSBs of the association ID (AID). Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:MCS Index 
Returns the detected modulation and coding scheme (MCS) index, which determines the modulation and coding scheme used. For 802.11n signals, the toolkit detects the MCS index from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field, which is defined in sections 20.3.9.4.3 and 20.6 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. For 802.11ac signals, the toolkit detects the MCS index from the VHTSIGA field for a packet of SU PPDU format, and from the VHTSIGB field for a packet of MU PPDU format. For 802.11ah signals, the toolkit detects the MCS index from the S1GSIG/SIGA. For 80211af signals, the toolkit detects the MCS Index from the TVHTSIGA. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Dual Carrier Modulation Enabled 
Returns the detected value of the DCM field by decoding the HESIGA or HESIGB fields of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:HESIGB MCS Index 
Returns the detected HESIGB MCS index value by decoding the HESIGA value of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:HESIGB Dual Carrier Modulation Enabled 
Returns the detected HESIGB DCM value by decoding the HESIGA value of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Number of HESIGB Symbols 
Returns the detected value of the HESIGB number of symbols by decoding the HESIGA value of the 802.11ax signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:RU Size 
Returns the size of the resource unit (RU) for each user in the 802.11ax signal. For MU PPDU, this value is derived from the RU allocation field of HESIGB. For TriggerBased PPDU, this value is automatically detected if the autodetection of RU is enabled. You must set the RU Size property to Auto or the RU Offset property to 1 to enable the autodetection of RU. For Extended Range SU PPDU, this value is derived from the Bandwidth field of HESIGA. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:RU Offset 
Returns the location of the resource unit (RU), in terms of the index of a 26tone RU, assuming the entire bandwidth is composed of 26tone RUs in the 802.11ax signal. For MU PPDU, this property value is derived from the RU allocation field of HESIGB. For TriggerBased PPDU, this property value is automatically detected if the autodetection of RU is enabled. You must set the RU Size property to Auto or the RU Offset property to 1 to enable the autodetection of RU. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:FEC Coding Type 
Returns the type of forward error correction (FEC) coding detected from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field, for 802.11n signals, as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. For 802.11ac signals, it is detected from the VHTSIGA field. For 802.11ah signals, it is detected from the S1GSIG/SIGA field. For 80211af signals it is detected from TVHTSIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:LDPC Extra OFDM Symbol 
Returns the value of the LDPC Extra OFDM Symbol field as decoded from the VHTSIGA field of the 802.11ac signal or from the TVHTSIGA field of the 802.11af signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Guard Interval (s) 
Returns the guard interval detected from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field, for 802.11n signals, as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. For 802.11ac signals, the guard interval is detected from the VHTSIGA field. For 802.11ah signals, the guard interval is detected from S1GSIG/SIGA field. For 80211af signals it is detected from TVHTSIGA field. For 802.11ax signals, the toolkit detects the guard interval from the HESIGA field. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Guard Interval Type 
Returns the type of the guard interval (cyclic prefix) in an OFDM Symbol as detected from the HTSIG field for 802.11n signals, VHTSIGA field for 802.11ac signals, S1GSIG/SIGA field for 802.11ah signals, TVHTSIGA field for 802.11af signals, and HESIGA field for 802.11ax signals. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:HELTF Size 
Returns the HELTF size in the 802.11ax signals. This value is decoded from the HESIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Midamble Periodicity 
Returns the midamble periodicity in the 802.11ax signal. This value is decoded from the HESIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Aggregation 
Returns the value of the Aggregation field as decoded from the highthroughput signal (HTSIG) field of 802.11n signal and S1GSIG/SIGA field of 802.11ah signal. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the Aggregation Bit property specifies the aggregation bit of the highthroughput signal (HTSIG) field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Not Sounding Bit 
Returns the Not Sounding bit detected from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field, of 802.11n signal, as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:STBC Index 
Returns the value of spacetime block coding (STBC) field detected from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field, of 802.11n signal, as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the STBC Index property specifies the STBC index. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:STBC All Streams Enabled 
Returns the value of the spacetime block coding (STBC) field, as decoded from the VHTSIGA field of 802.11ac signal, S1GSIG/SIGA field of 802.11ah signal, TVHTSIGA field of 802.11af signals and HESIGA field of 802.11ax signals. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in this property specifies whether to perform STBC. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Space Time Stream Offset 
Returns the index of the first spacetime stream of the user in the 802.11ax signal. This value is derived from the spatial configuration field of the HESIGB field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Number of Space Time Streams 
Returns the number of spacetime streams for an 802.11ac, 802.11ah, or an 802.11ax signal. When you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, this value is derived from the MCS Index value decoded from the HTSIG field. When you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM, for a packet of SU PPDU format, this value is derived by adding 1 to the value of SU NSTS field, as decoded from the VHTSIGA field and for a packet with MU PPDU format, the value of number of spacetime streams is decoded for each user from the respective MU NSTS field (MU[0] NSTS, MU[1] NSTS, MU[2] NSTS or MU[3] NSTS) within the VHTSIGA field. When you set the Standard property to 80211AH MIMOOFDM, this value is decoded from the S1GSIG/SIGA field. When you set the Standard property to 80211AF MIMOOFDM, this value is decoded from TVHTSIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Number of Extension Spatial Streams 
Returns the number of extension spatial streams detected from the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the Number of Extension Spatial Streams property specifies the number of extension spatial streams. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Transmission Mode 
Indicates whether the transmission mode of 802.11ax or 802.11ah signal is uplink or downlink. This value is decoded from DL/UL field of HESIGA in the case of 802.11ax, and from the uplink indication field of S1G SIG in the case of 802.11ah signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Header Parity Passed 
Indicates whether the parity check has passed for the SIGNAL field of the OFDM waveforms conforming to the IEEE Standard 802.112007, the nonHT SIGNAL (LSIG) field of the MIMO OFDM waveforms conforming to the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009, the nonVHT SIGNAL (LSIG) field of the MIMO OFDM waveforms conforming to the IEEE Standard 802.11ac2013, the nonTVHT SIGNAL (LSIG) field of the MIMO OFDM waveforms conforming to the IEEE Standard 802.11af2013, or the nonHE SIGNAL (LSIG) field of the MIMO OFDM waveforms conforming to the IEEE P802.11ax/D3.0 standard. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:HT SIG CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the highthroughput SIGNAL (HTSIG) field as defined in section 20.3.9.4.3 of the IEEE Standard 802.11n2009. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:S1GSIG CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the S1GSIG/SIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:VHTSIGA CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the VHTSIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:VHTSIGB CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the VHTSIGB field. For a packet of MU PPDU format, the value is the result of logical AND operation on VHTSIGB CRC checks of all users. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:TVHTSIGA CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the TVHTSIGA field of the 802.11af signal. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:HESIGA CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the HESIGA field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header: HESIGB CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the HESIGB field. This value is the result of a logical AND operation on all CRC pass checks in HESIGB field. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:TVHT Mode 
Returns the format of the received signal. This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211AF MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:DSSSOFDM Header CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) has passed for the DSSSOFDM physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) header field, as defined in section 19.3.2 of the IEEE Standard 802.112007. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Effective Data Rate (Mbps) 
Returns the data rate of 80211A/G OFDM, 80211J OFDM, 80211P OFDM signals after incorporating the channel bandwidth. A lower bandwidth, for example 10 MHz, uses a lower clocking scheme and reduces the data rate. This value is expressed in Mbps. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Header:Short Guard Interval B1 Bit 
Returns the value of the Short GI NSYM Disambiguation field as decoded from the VHTSIGA field. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the Short Guard Interval B1 Bit property specifies the Short GI NSYM Disambiguation bit of the VHTSIGA2 header. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:80211n PLCP Frame Format 
Returns the 802.11n physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) frame format. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the 80211n PLCP Frame Format property specifies the PLCP frame format used. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:80211ah Preamble Type 
Returns the preamble type of packet when you set the OFDM 80211ah Preamble Detection Enabled property to True. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:NonHT Modulation Mode 
Returns the nonhigh throughput (HT) modulation mode of the frame. This property is valid only if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM, 80211AC MIMOOFDM, or 80211AF MIMOOFDM. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:PPDU Type 
Returns the type of physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) protocol data unit (PPDU) if you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the OFDM PPDU Type property specifies the PPDU type used. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:Number of Users 
Indicates the number of users in a multiuser (MU) physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) protocol data unit (PPDU). This property is applicable only when you set the Standard property to 80211AC MIMOOFDM or 80211AX MIMOOFDM. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the OFDM Number of Users is used. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:MAC Frame Check Sequence Passed 
Indicates whether the frame check sequence (FCS) of the received decoded medium access control (MAC) protocol data unit (MPDU) has passed. The toolkit calculates the checksum over the decoded bits, excluding the last 32 bits. The toolkit then compares this value with the checksum value in the received payload, which is represented by the last 32 bits of the MPDU. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:Scrambler Seed 
Returns the detected initial state of the scrambler, which is used to scramble the data bits in the device under test (DUT). The toolkit uses the same seed to descramble the received bitsequence. Details 

OFDM Demod:Results:Packet:Packet Extension Duration (s) 
Returns the duration of packet extension field of the 802.11ax signal. This value is expressed in seconds. This value is derived from the contents of the LSIG and HESIGA fields when you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to True. Details 

DSSS Demod:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable demodulationbased measurements if you set the Standard property to 80211B/G DSSS. Details 

DSSS Demod:Enable Traces:All Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable all traces of direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) demodulation. Details 

DSSS Demod:Enable Traces:EVM per Chip Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the EVM per chip trace for 802.11b and 802.11g direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) signals. Details 

DSSS Demod:Enable Traces:Constellation Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the constellation trace for the payload portion of IEEE 802.11b or 802.11g direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) signals. Details 

DSSS Demod:Enable Traces:Decoded Bits Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the decoded bits trace for the payload portion of the IEEE 802.11b or 802.11g direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) signals. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable power measurement over a userdefined gate. The start and stop time of the userdefined gate can be specified by configuring the DSSS User Defined Gate Start Time and DSSS User Defined Gate Stop Time properties respectively. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:Total Packet Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable total packet power measurements. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:Preamble and Header Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable preamble and header power measurements. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:Data Power Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable data power measurements. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate:Start Time (s) 
Specifies the start time of the userdefined gate. A value of 0 indicates that the start time is the start of the payload. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Demod:Gated Power:User Defined Gate:Stop Time (s) 
Specifies the end time of the userdefined gate. A value of 0 indicates that the stop time is the start of the payload. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Demod:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) demodulationbased measurements. Details 

DSSS Demod:Header Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to automatically detect the physical layer convergence procedure (PLCP) header. Details 

DSSS Demod:MAC Frame Check Sequence Check Enabled 
Specifies whether to check for the validity of the signal frame check sequence (FCS). The toolkit calculates the FCS over the decoded bits, excluding the last 32 bits. The toolkit then compares this value with the FCS value in the received payload, which is represented by the last 32 bits of the payload. Details 

DSSS Demod:Measurement Length (s) 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to be used for direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) Demod. This property is ignored if you set the DSSS Auto Compute Measurement Length Enabled property to True. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Demod:Measurement Start Location 
Specifies the number of payload chips to remove before starting the EVM computation. If the number of available payload chips (n) is greater than the value that you specify (m), the toolkit ignores (nm) chips from the end of the payload. Details 

DSSS Demod:Maximum Chips Used 
Specifies the maximum number of chips (q) that the toolkit uses to compute EVM. If you specify (p) as the number of available chips in the payload, and pq is greater than or equal to 300, the toolkit ignores (pq) chips from the end of the payload and computes EVM on q chips. If pq is less than 300, the toolkit ignores the last 300 chips and computes EVM on p300 chips. Details 

DSSS Demod:Auto Compute Measurement Length Enabled 
Specifies whether the toolkit automatically computes the measurement length of the waveform based on the DSSS Maximum Chips Used property. Details 

DSSS Demod:Reference Pulse Shaping Filter 
Specifies the pulseshaping filter for generation of matchedfilter coefficients. In most cases, you must set this property to the option that is used for the unit under test (UUT). Details 

DSSS Demod:Reference Pulse Shaping Filter Coefficient 
Specifies the value of alpha if you set the Reference Pulse Shaping Filter property to Raised Cosine or Root Raised Cosine. If you set the Reference Pulse Shaping Filter property to Gaussian in the nonequalization mode, the Reference Pulse Shaping Filter Coefficient property specifies the value of B * T, where B is the 3 dB filter bandwidth and T is symbol time. The toolkit ignores the DSSS Reference Pulse Shaping Filter Coefficient property if the Reference Pulse Shaping Filter property is Rectangular. Details 

DSSS Demod:Equalization Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable equalization. The IEEE Standard 802.112007 does not allow equalization before computing EVM. Details 

DSSS Demod:Phase Tracking Method 
Specifies the method of phase tracking to use. Phase tracking is useful for tracking the phase variations caused by residual frequency offset and phase noise. Details 

DSSS Demod:Low Pass Filtering Enabled 
Specifies whether to use lowpass filtering after acquiring the baseband signal to remove outofband noise. Details 

DSSS Demod:Burst Start Detection Enabled 
Specifies whether to detect the start of a burst. Details 

DSSS Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Carrier Frequency Offset 
Specifies whether to estimate carrier frequency offset. Details 

DSSS Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Sampling Clock Offset 
Specifies whether to estimate sample clock offset. Details 

DSSS Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:IQ Gain Imbalance 
Specifies whether to estimate I/Q gain imbalance. Details 

DSSS Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Quadrature Skew 
Specifies whether to estimate quadrature skew. Details 

DSSS Demod:Impairments Estimation Enabled:Carrier Suppression 
Specifies whether to estimate carrier suppression. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Average (%) 
Returns the average of RMS EVM measurements. This value is expressed as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Minimum (%) 
Returns the minimum of RMS EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Maximum (%) 
Returns the maximum of RMS EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:RMS EVM:Standard Deviation (%) 
Returns the standard deviation of RMS EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Peak EVM:Maximum (%) 
Returns the maximum of peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Peak EVM:Minimum (%) 
Returns the minimum of peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:80211b Peak EVM:Maximum (%) 
Returns the maximum of 80211b peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:80211b Peak EVM:Minimum (%) 
Returns the minimum of 80211b peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:80211b Peak EVM (2007):Maximum (%) 
Returns the maximum of 80211b peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:80211b Peak EVM (2007):Minimum (%) 
Returns the minimum of 80211b peak EVM measurements, as a percentage. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Average (dBm) 
Returns the average of average gated power. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Minimum (dBm) 
Returns the minimum of average gated power. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Maximum (dBm) 
Returns the maximum of average gated power. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Average Gated Power:Standard Deviation (dBm) 
Returns the standard deviation of average gated power. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Burst Start Time (s) 
Returns the absolute time corresponding to the detected start of the analyzed burst. This time is computed with respect to the t0 value of the acquired waveform. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Average (dBm)[] 
Returns the average of the mean power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Minimum (dBm)[] 
Returns the minimum of the mean power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Maximum (dBm)[] 
Returns the maximum of the mean power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Mean Power:Standard Deviation (dBm)[] 
Returns the standard deviation of the mean power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Average (dBm)[] 
Returns the average of the peak power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Minimum (dBm)[] 
Returns the minimum of the peak power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Maximum (dBm)[] 
Returns the maximum of the peak power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Gated Power:Peak Power:Standard Deviation (dBm)[] 
Returns the standard deviation of the peak power obtained from gated power measurements on the acquired burst. The toolkit uses this measurement across specified number of iterations. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Average (Hz) 
Returns the average across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting DUT. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Minimum (Hz) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting DUT. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Maximum (Hz) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting DUT. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Frequency Offset:Standard Deviation (Hz) 
Returns the standard deviation of carrier frequency offset estimates of the transmitting DUT. This value is expressed in Hz. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Average (dB) 
Returns the average of I/Q gain imbalance estimates across iterations. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum of I/Q gain imbalance estimates , across iterations. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum of I/Q gain imbalance estimates across iterations. I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:IQ Gain Imbalance:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of I/Q gain imbalance estimates I/Q gain imbalance is the ratio of the mean amplitude of the inphase (I) signal to the mean amplitude of the quadraturephase (Q) signal. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Average (deg) 
Returns the average of quadrature skew estimates across iterations. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Minimum (deg) 
Returns the minimum of quadrature skew estimates across iterations. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Maximum (deg) 
Returns the maximum of quadrature skew estimates across iterations. Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Quadrature Skew:Standard Deviation (deg) 
Returns the standard deviation of quadrature skew estimates Quadrature skew is the deviation in angle from 90 degrees between the inphase (I) and quadraturephase (Q) signals. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Suppression:Average (dB) 
Returns the average of carrier suppression estimates across iterations. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Suppression:Minimum (dB) 
Returns the minimum of carrier suppression estimates across iterations. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Suppression:Maximum (dB) 
Returns the maximum of carrier suppression estimates across iterations. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Carrier Suppression:Standard Deviation (dB) 
Returns the standard deviation of carrier suppression estimates. This value is expressed in dB. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Average (ppm) 
Returns the average of Sample clock offset estimates across iterations. The Sample clock offset is the difference between the Sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Minimum (ppm) 
Returns the minimum of Sample clock offset estimates across iterations. The Sample clock offset is the difference between the Sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Maximum (ppm) 
Returns the maximum of Sample clock offset estimates across iterations. The Sample clock offset is the difference between the Sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Sample Clock Offset:Standard Deviation (ppm) 
Returns the standard deviation of sample clock offset estimates The sample clock offset is the difference between the sample clocks at the digitaltoanalog converter (DAC) of the transmitting device under test (DUT) and the digitizer. This value is expressed in parts per million (ppm). Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Phase Error RMS:Average (deg) 
Returns the average across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Phase Error RMS:Minimum (deg) 
Returns the minimum across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Phase Error RMS:Maximum (deg) 
Returns the maximum across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Impairments:Phase Error RMS:Standard Deviation (deg) 
Returns the standard deviation across iterations of RMS phase error measurement. This value is expressed in degrees. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Header:Payload Length (bytes) 
Returns the length of the payload, including the medium access control (MAC) header If you set the DSSS Header Detection Enabled property to True, the toolkit extracts the payload length from the demodulated LENGTH field of the frame. The LENGTH field is defined in sections 15.2.3.5, 18.2.3.5, 18.2.3.12, and 19.3.2.1.2 of IEEE Standard 802.112007. This value is expressed in bytes. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the DSSS Payload Length property specifies the payload length. The toolkit returns a value of 1 if it encounters various data lengths during the averaging process. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Header:Data Rate (Mbps) 
Returns the data rate used to transmit the SERVICE field and the physical layer convergence procedure protocol data unit (PPDU). If you set the DSSS Header Detection Enabled property to True, the data rate is extracted from the demodulated SIGNAL field of the frame. The SIGNAL field is defined in sections 15.2.3.3, 18.2.3.3, 18.2.3.10, and 19.3.2.1 of IEEE Standard 802.112007. This value is expressed in Mbps. If you set the Header Detection Enabled property to False, the value you specify in the DSSS Data Rate property specifies the data rate. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Header:Header CRC Passed 
Indicates whether the header cyclic redundancy check (CRC), as defined in section 18.2.3.6 of IEEE Standard 802.11b1999, has successfully passed. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Packet:Preamble Type 
Indicates whether the detected preamble type is long or short. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Packet:SFD Found 
Indicates whether the toolkit successfully detected the start frame delimiter (SFD), as defined in sections 18.2.3.2 and 18.2.3.9 of IEEE Standard 802.11b1999. Details 

DSSS Demod:Results:Packet:MAC Frame Check Sequence Passed 
Indicates whether the frame check sequence (FCS) of the received decoded medium access control (MAC) protocol data unit (MPDU) has passed. The toolkit calculates the checksum over the decoded bits, excluding the last 32 bits. The toolkit then compares this value with the checksum value in the received payload, which is represented by the last 32 bits of the MPDU. Details 

Advanced:Swap I and Q Enabled 
Specifies whether to swap the data in the I and Q streams. Details 

Advanced:Sample Clock Rate Factor 
Specifies the factor by which the Sample clock rate was multiplied at the transmitter to generate a signal, which is compressed in the frequency domain and expanded in the time domain. Details 

Advanced:Toolkit Compatibility Version 
Indicates the toolkit compatibility version parameter of the niWLANA Open Session VI. Details 

Obsolete:Power Level (dBm) 
Specifies the expected average power level of the incoming signal at the input of the NIRFSA, excluding any interframe spacing. Set this property to the average transmission power of the signal burst after subtracting any cabling or fixture losses. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Obsolete:Maximum Input Power (dBm) 
Specifies the expected peak power level of the incoming signal at the input of the NIRFSA, excluding any interframe spacing. Set the Maximum Input Power property equal to the sum of the average transmission power of the waveform and the maximum expected peaktoaverage power ratio (PAPR) of the incoming signal. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Obsolete:Guard Interval (s) 
Specifies the guard interval if you set the Standard property to 80211N MIMOOFDM or 80211AC MIMOOFDM. If you set the OFDM Header Detection Enabled property to False, the toolkit uses the value of the Guard Interval property as the guard interval for performing OFDM demodulation measurements. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Obsolete:HESIGB MCS Index 
Specifies the value of the modulation and coding scheme (MCS) index of the HESIGB field of 802.11ax signal when you set the OFDM PPDU Type property to MU PPDU. Details 

Obsolete:HESIGB Dual Carrier Modulation Enabled 
Specifies whether the dual carrier modulation (DCM) is applied on the HESIGB field of 802.11ax signals or not. The DCM is applied to the HESIGB MCS index values 0, 1, 3, and 4. Details 

Obsolete:Transmission Mode 
Specifies whether the transmission mode of the 802.11ax signal is uplink or downlink. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable measurement of AMPM and AMAM distortions in the acquired signal. The toolkit calculates the AMAM and AMPM response of a power amplifier (PA) device under test (DUT) using the reference waveform input to the DUT. The toolkit fits a 7th order polynomial to the measured AMAM and AMPM responses. If you set the AMPM Measurements Enabled property to True, you must set the AMPM DUT Input Power Level property, and specify the reference waveform using the niWLANA Set AMPM Reference Waveform VI. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:All Traces Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable all traces of AMPM measurements. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:AMAM Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the trace of measured AMAM distortion of the acquired waveform. The AMAM trace is a plot of the measured AMAM gain versus instantaneous input power of every sample in the acquired signal, which is 17.5 dB below the peak power of the signal. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:AMPM Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the trace of measured AMPM distortion of the acquired waveform. The AMPM trace is a plot of measured phase error versus instantaneous input power of every sample in the acquired signal, which is 17.5 dB below the peak power of the signal. This value is expressed in degrees. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:AMAM Curve Fit Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the trace of the curve obtained by doing a polynomial fit on measured AMAM distortion values of the acquired waveform. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:AMPM Curve Fit Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the trace of the curve obtained by doing a polynomial fit on measured AMPM distortion values of the acquired waveform. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:Mean Acquired Waveform Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the mean acquired waveform trace. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Enable Traces:Processed Reference Waveform Trace Enabled 
Specifies whether to enable the processed reference waveform trace. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Averaging Mode 
Specifies the type of waveform averaging to be done on the acquired waveform before performing AMPM measurements. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Number of Averages 
Specifies the number of iterations over which the toolkit averages the acquired waveform. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:DUT Input Power Level (dBm) 
Specifies the average power level of the signal at the input of the power amplifier (PA) device under test (DUT). You must set this property if the AMPM Measurement Interval property is set to True; otherwise, the toolkit returns an error. This value is expressed in dBm. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Measurement Length 
Specifies the measurement length of the waveform to be used for AMPM measurements. This value is expressed in seconds. Details 

Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:AMPM Polynomial Coefficients [] 
Returns an array of the coefficients of the 7th order polynomial, which is used to fit a curve to measured AMPM characteristics.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:AMAM Polynomial Coefficients [] 
Returns an array of the coefficients of the 7th order polynomial which is used to fit a curve to measured AMAM characteristics.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:1dB Compression Point (dBm) 
Returns the power corresponding to a 1 dB compression point of the AMAM curve. This value is expressed in dBm.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Phase Error Range (deg) 
Returns the peaktopeak variation of phase error in AMPM measurement. This value is expressed in degrees.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Gain Error Range(dB) 
Returns the peaktopeak variation of gain in AMAM measurement. This value is expressed in dB.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:AMPM Residual (deg) 
Returns the mean square residual error of the curve obtained by doing a polynomial fit on measured AMPM distortion values of the acquired waveform. This value is expressed in degrees.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:AMAM Residual (dB) 
Returns the mean square residual error of the curve obtained by doing a polynomial fit on measured AMAM distortion values of the acquired waveform. This value is expressed in dB.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Average Phase Error (deg) 
Returns the mean of the curve fit to AMPM response. This value is expressed in dB.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Average Gain (dB) 
Returns the mean of the curve fit to AMAM response. This value is expressed in dB.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Minimum Input Power (dB) 
Returns the actual minimum power (threshold) of the PA input signal, used in AMPM measurement. This value is expressed in dB.


Obsolete:AMPM Measurements:Results:Maximum Input Power (dB) 
Returns the actual peak power of the PA input signal, used in AMPM measurement. This value is expressed in dB.

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