mmWave Test with STS (.NET/C#) Course Overview

The mmWave Test with STS (.NET/C#) learning path will follow the typical customer workflow and milestones. In this learning path you will learn about the components, functionality, and purpose of the mmWave subsystem.


Your purchase of the mmWave Test with STS (.NET/C#) course also provides access to the RF IC Test with STS (.NET/C#) course. Go to that course to learn how to generate waveforms for testing different wireless standards and create test programs for DUTs using configurable RF test steps in TestStand.

Course Details:

mmWave Test with STS Course Outline


Exploring the STS mmWave Subsystem

Identify each component of STS mmWave subsystem, its functionality and purpose.

  • mmWave Subsystem Components
  • Features of the STS mmWave Subsystem
  • mmWave Subsystem Port Mapping Using the STS Maintenance

Exploring the Vector Signal Transceiver (VST)

Explore the VST specifications and architecture.

  • Exploring the VST Specifications
  • Exploring the VST Architecture

Exploring the STS RF Debug Panels – Software

Explore the STS RF Debug Panels, their purpose and functionality.

  • Launching the STS RF Debug Panels
  • Manually Control the mmWave subsystem
Mapping mmWave Device Under Test (DUT) Measurement Requirements 


Explore specifications for the RF DUT and map its measurement requirements to tester instrumentation.

  • DUT Overview
  • Interfacing with the DUT
  • Exploring the DUT Documentation
  • Assigning Tester Resources and DUT Connections
  • Exploring Tester Configuration and Instrument Mapping

Creating an STS Project

Create a new test program using the Create STS Project tool and update its components.

  • Creating an STS Project

mmWave Calibration Overview

Identify the sources of error in the RF subsystem and explore the RF calibration components.

  • Why is Calibration Important?
  • Different Calibration Types
  • Calibrating Your STS

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