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Fetch OBW Results VI

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Last Modified: August 28, 2020

Returns the Occupied Bandwidth, Absolute Power, Start Frequency, and Stop Frequency at the beam peak position for the specified Frequency, Beam index, and Polarization.

Selector String

Specifies a selector string composed of the signal name and the result name.

If you do not specify the signal name, the default signal instance is used. If you do not specify the result name, the default result instance is used. The default is "" (empty string).

Example:

  • "signal::sig1"
  • "result::r1"
  • "signal::sig1/result::r1"
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Add the signal:: and result:: prefix to the value of the signal and result name. Separate the signal and result name with a forward slash.

Session Handle in

Specifies the OTA session.

Frequency

Specifies the frequency.

Beam

Specifies the antenna beam index.

Polarization

Specifies the antenna polarization.

0 The horizontal polarization.
1 The vertical polarization.
2 Both horizontal and vertical polarization.

error in (no error)

Describes error conditions that occur before this node runs. This input provides standard error in functionality.

Stop Frequency

Returns the stop frequency, in Hz, of the occupied bandwidth of the carrier.

Start Frequency

Returns the start frequency, in Hz, of the occupied bandwidth of the carrier.

Session Handle out

Passes a reference of the OTA session to the next VI.

Occupied Bandwidth

Returns the bandwidth, in Hz, that occupies the specified percentage of the total power of the signal at the position with beam peak power.

Absolute Power

Returns the power, in dBm, that is measured over the integration bandwidth of the component carrier.

error out

Error information. This output provides standard error out functionality.


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