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ASK/FSK Demodulation Analysis Software for IoT Applications

RIGOL S122010 April 2017 - RIGOL Technologies expanded its Internet of Things test portfolio. The new S1220 Software, along with RIGOL's DSA800 Series spectrum analyzer gives engineers integrating ASK/FSK modulated signals into their designs a new powerful and affordable solution to speed their debug activities and reduce time to market.

Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK) and Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) are popular standards for those integrating wireless technologies into IoT designs.

The new S1220 Demodulation Analysis Software is available immediately for just $399. When combined with the RIGOL DSA832E spectrum analyzer, the SA1220 Demodulation Analysis Software provides engineers with a cost effective tool set for investigating, visualizing, and analyzing ASK and FSK signals. S1220 enables engineers to:

  • Decode real time ASK and FSK RF signals
  • Ident ify timing errors
  • Analyze noise range tradeoffs
  • Visualize baseband data
  • Capture and compare RF signal parameters

Mike Rizzo, General Manager RIGOL USA, explains: "IoT Designers are confronted with many challenges. Whether working to optimize power consumption, integrate sensor arrays, develop controllers, or implementing wireless technologies RIGOL Technologies has a solution to speed IoT development. We are thrilled to expand our IoT portfolio with this new demodulation capability."

The S1220 Software is available and shipping today.

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