Generate a baseband signal, analyze that signal, and download it to Agilent generators using MATLAB
|19 Dec 2012||The Instrument Control Team||
MATLAB and Instrument Control Toolbox software are now available directly from Agilent or MathWorks to use with the Agilent 33522A waveform generator to create simple or arbitrary waveforms, build GUI-based applications, or for instrument automation.
This link takes you to MATLAB Central where you can immediately download an IQ Baseband application example to generate an ideal or non-ideal baseband IQ signal, analyze that signal using various plots, and then download the signal to one of Agilent's new and existing waveform generators using MATLAB and Instrument Control Toolbox.
This application examples supports the following Agilent generators: 33509b, 33510b, 33511b, 33512b, 33519b, 33520b, 33521a, 33521b, 33522a, 33522b
To run the IQBB program, open up MATLAB and set the “Current Folder:” to the folder containing the IQBB program files. To launch the IQBB program, Type “IQ_Baseband_Builder” into the command line.
The following is an overview of the IQBB program features and settings: