Mediatek MT6235 status (Sciphone G2)

Marcin.Mielczarczyk at Marcin.Mielczarczyk at
Fri Feb 18 12:46:49 UTC 2011

> I'm happy to hear this.  The problem sort-of is:  Do you have the kind of measurement equipment to facilitate that kind of development?
> In order to e.g. test the VCO/PLL / Transmit code, you would have to have something like a spectrum analyzer or a scope that can go up to
> at least the GSM900, preferrably up into 1800/1900 MHz.
> If you want to test the receive side, something like a GSM signal generator (HP 8922, Racal 6103, R&S CMD 55) would be great,
> as they can transmit a well-known bit pattern (all-1, all-0, 101010101010 and the like) on a configured ARFCN, then configure the RF Transceiver
> (MT61400 and you can watch the analog baseband signal on an oscilloscope and determine if it mathes the expected singal.

I have access to such equipment.
I have access to Agilent Spectrum Analyzer E4405B (9kHz - 13.2GHz) and Rohde&Schwarz CMU200 (Universal Radio Communication Tester, it also has spectrum analyzer).
In this case there're no obstacles to start, only matter of time available for this project.


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