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C-1200 is an One Box Tester that incorporates LoRa Tx and
Rx tests. It provides spectrum analysis, time domain, FEI
(Frequency  Error  Indicator), and TOA (Time On Air)  for
transmitter tests, and sensitivity, BER (Bit Error Rate),and
PER (Packet Error Rate) for receiver tests. In addition to
Sub-GHz, C-1200 also supports the 2.4 GHz bandwidth and
the FSK signal test. Users can also edit the transmitted payload
by themselves. When receiving data, the formats include binary,
HEX, and ASCII code, which allow data transmission results to
be easily confirmed. In addition to the signaling test of the finished
product, C-1201 is a transfer box connecting C-1200 to LoRa
module that directly controls the DUT to perform non-signaling tests
on semi-finished products through UART/SPI/I2C interfaces.


                            Suitable for pipeline production


Main Features:

•4 half duplex TRX Ports (switching Type)

•Support LoRa/FSK modulation signals

•Support Sub-GHz and 2.4 GHz

•Complete PC Software and built-in MP Test function

•Built-in FCC 15.209/15.247 test regulations

•Built-in temperature control calibration signal

•Support SPI, UART, I2C interfaces to directly control DUT

      (Must collocate with IO Extension, C-1201)

•Simultaneously test DUT’s current consumption

      (Must collocate with PPH-1503 DC power supply)


C-1201 I/O Extension

 


         
   Provide PC software with a complete functionality

 


Provide PC software with a complete functionality


One Box Test vs. Conventional Test


Support U.S. FCC 15.209/15.247


For more information please visit  https://www.gwinstek.com/en-global/LoRa_Solution/

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