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Testing Wireless Power

Transfer (WPT) Designs


May 11, 2016
Johnnie Hancock
Applications Program Manager
Oscilloscope & Protocol Division

Hiroshi Kanda
Product Application Expert
Communication Solutions Group

Agenda
WPT Introduction and Market Trends (10 min)
Magnetic Resonance Wireless Charging Measurements using an
Oscilloscope (20 min)
Visualize WPT Coupling Efficiency with the ENA Series Network
Analyzer (20 min)

Summary and Q&A (10 min)

What is Wireless Power / Charging?


Wireless power transfer (WPT) is the transmission of electrical power from a power
source to a consuming device without using discrete manmade conductors. It is a
generic term that refers to a number of different power transmission technologies
that use time-varying electromagnetic fields.
(Source: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_power)

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Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Market Overview


forecast

WPT market will increase


3x in revenue to $8.5B in
2018
Market growth driven by
mobile terminals with 4x
growth in number by 2018

forecast

Challenge: there are


currently conflicting
standards and multiple
alliances which are not
interoperable => multimode solutions

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What types of wireless power transfer technologies exist?


Existing solutions are predominantly built
on inductive or magnetic resonance
technology
Power efficiency is key parameter
Lower efficiency of magnetic resonance
offset by better user experience
Inductive
(tightly coupled)

Magnetic Resonance
(loosely coupled)

Overview

Frequency

10 kHz to several 100 kHz

Several 100 kHz to several 10s of MHz

Transmit power

Several W to several kW

Several W to several kW

Transmit distance

Short (Z: mm)

Mid (Z: cm)

Efficiency

70 to 90%

40 to 60%

Cost

Lowest

Fair

Device placement flexibility

No (* multi-coil designs only, which add cost)

Yes
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Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Standards


PMA & A4WP merged in Jun-15 and became Airfuel Alliance
WPC currently working on magnetic resonance spec

Standard Bodies
Logo
(Qi)
Technology

Inductive

Inductive

Magnetic resonance

Frequency

100 ~ 205 KHz


80 ~ 300 kHz

205 ~ 300 KHz

6.78 MHz

In-band load modulation

In-band load modulation

Bluetooth

15 W (Low)
120 W (Medium)
2 kW (High)

5W

70 W

Communication System
Max. Power Transfer
Max. Transfer Distance

5 mm

50 mm

# of Device Charging

Single

Multiple

Members Types
Members

Semiconductors vendors, mobile phone vendors, automotive companies, furniture


companies, coffee shops, test equipment vendors, etc.
216 companies

195 companies
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Keysight WPT Forum (Sep 22, 2015)

300+ attendees

12:40~13:20 .
13:20~13:30 .
13:30~13:55 Qualcomm WiPower Technology
Qualcomm, Jack Chen
13:55~14:20 PTU and PRU Design Challenges
iCirround, Boson Chuang
14:20~14:45 Overview of Wireless Charging Technologies
Gotrend, Benson Wang
14:45~15:10 Wireless Charging Turnkey Test Solutions
Keysight, Hidekazu Manabe
15:35~16:00 Multi-mode Wireless Charging Solutions
NXP, Rebecca Chen
16:00~16:25 Wireless Charging Applications and Markets
Avnet, Andy Yang
16:25~16:50 WPC Overview and Certification Process
SGS, Leo Hsu
16:50~17:15 Introduction of MR Technology and Standard
ETC, Roy Lin

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Hardware+Software+People=WPT Solutions
Keysight Supports a Complete Workflow

Page

Agenda
WPT Introduction and Market Trends (10 min)
Magnetic Resonance Wireless Charging Measurements using
an Oscilloscope (20 min)
Visualize WPT Coupling Efficiency with the ENA Series Network
Analyzer (20 min)

Summary and Q&A (10 min)

WPT Measurement Challenges using


an Oscilloscope
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1. Setting up complex trigger conditions


and waveform math function in order
to perform accurate measurements
during the power-save state (beacons,
pings, etc.)
2. Properly deskewing voltage and
current probes in order to perform
accurate power and efficiency
measurements during the power
transfer state.

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AirFuel Magnetic Resonant System Overview

PRX_OUT

PTX_IN

PRect

POUT

PIN(DC)

PPA

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Conformance and Non-conformance Measurements


Using an Oscilloscope
Resonator Current (ITX_COIL)
Power Transfer State (Min, Max, Absolute max, Nominal, etc.)
Power Save State (ITX_SHORT_BEACON_MIN & ITX_LONG_BEACON_MIN)
Resonator Frequency (6.78 MHz 15 kHz)
Slew Rate (mArms/ms) & Settling Time
Beacon Timing
tSHORT_BEACON
tLONG_BEACON
tCYCLE
tLONG_BEACON_PERIOD

Power & Efficiency (non-conformance)


PTU Real Power (PTX_IN)
PRU Real Power (PRX_OUT)
Resonator Coupling Efficiency (RCE)
System Efficiency ( = PRX_OUT/PIN(DC))
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PTU Resonator Current Specifications


Resonator Current
(ITX_COIL)

Class 2
Example

Class 3
Example

Class 4
Example

ITX_MIN

410 mArms

850 mArms

965 mArms

ITX_SHORT_BEACON_MIN

410 mArms

850 mArms

600 mArms

ITX_LONG_BEACON_MIN

450 mArms

850 mArms

800 mArms

ITX_START

450 mArms

850 mArms

1300 mArms

ITX_NOMINAL

450 mArms

1200 mArms

1375 mArms

ITX_MAX

650 mArms

1250 mArms

1680 mArms

ITX_ABS_MAX

750 mArms

1300 mArms

1862 mArms

100 mArms/ms

100 mArms/ms

150 mArms/ms

SR-max(ITX)

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PTU ITX_COIL Transition Response & Slew Rate

ITX_COIL shall reach steady-state within 250 ms of any transition (90% of delta
between start and end current values).

Transition shall not be under-damped.

Slew rate of ITX_COIL (RMS current level change/shift - not instantaneous) shall not
exceed SR-max (ITX) unless faster rate is required to reach ITX_SHORT_BEACON_MIN
within 10ms.
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Beacon Timing and Sequence

Time Contraint

Value (ms)

Description

tSHORT_BEACON

10 to 30

The short beacon-on-period

tLONG_BEACON

105 5

The long beacon-on-period

tCYCLE

250 5

The short beacon period

> 850 3000

The long beacon period

tLONG_BEACON_PERIOD

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Resonate Coupling Efficiency (RCE)


Minimum RCE (percent and dB) between PRU and PTU

For conformance testing, RCE is computed using S-parameters or Zparameters obtained from network analyzer measurements.
For design verification (non-conformance), RCE can be directly
measured using an oscilloscope.

At 6.78 MHz, probe deskew calibration is critical!


Power losses and efficiency of various stages of the PTU and PRU can
also be directly measured using an oscilloscope during design
verification in order to optimize overall system efficiency.
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Viewing Beacons in Roll mode


Idle after long beacon
= 105 ms to 145 ms

Idle after short beacon


= 215 ms to 245 ms

Optimizing vertical scaling is easiest in roll mode.

Although qualitative timing measurements can be performed using roll mode,


precision quantitative timing AND current measurements should be performed in a
triggered mode.
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Triggering on Isolated Short Beacons


Without Zone Trigger

With Zone Trigger

Zone 1
NOT intersect

Zone 2
NOT intersect

Pulse-Width Trigger (Low > 100 ns) triggers at the beginning of any short beacon
(including short beacons concatenated with long beacons).

Zone Trigger qualifies display and measurements on isolated short beacons.

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Short Beacon Timing Measurements


tCYCLE

Max Hold math function with Peak Detect acquisition plots positive peaks of beacons.

Period measurement on Math1 waveform (Max Hold) measures tCYCLE (250 ms 5 ms).

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Short Beacon Timing Measurements


tSHORT_BEACON

Zoom-in to 5 ms/div to measure tSHORT_BEACON.

+Width measurement on Math1 waveform (Max Hold) measures tSHORT_BEACON


(10 ms to 30 ms).
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Short Beacon Timing Measurements


tSETTLING to 90%

Rise Time measurement from 0% to 90% on Math1 waveform measures settling


time (<10 ms for short beacons).
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Short Beacon Timing Measurements


SR-max(ITX_SHORT_BEACON)

Ax +B math function (Math2) with A = 0.707 and B = 0 on Max Hold waveform (Math1) plots
approximate RMS current levels.

X & Y tracking cursors slaved to 45% to 55% Rise Time measurement on Math2 waveform measures
slew rate (Y/X) of RMS current level change (100 mArms/ms to 150 mArms).
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Short Beacon Current & Frequency


ITX_SHORT_BEACON 8 ms after beginning of short beacon

1. Set horizontal position/delay > settling time but < tSHORT_BEACON.


2. Set timebase to 500 ns/div.
3. Select AC RMS Cycle and Frequency (6.78 MHz 15 kHz) measurements.
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Long Beacon Timing Measurements


tLONG_BEACON

Set timebase to 20 ms/div with 80 ms delay.

Change Zone1 from Must Not Intersect to Must Intersect to trigger on short + long beacons.

+Width measurement on Math1 waveform (Max Hold) measures tSHORT_BEACON + tLONG_BEACON.

tLONG_BEACON (105 ms 5ms) = +Width tSHORT_BEACON.


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Long Beacon Timing Measurements


tLONG_BEACON_SETTLING

Turn on Zoom timebase to window/gate measurements on short to long beacon current transition.

Vertically expanded Smoothing math function (Math2) on Max Hold waveform (Math1) plots change of
peak current with high resolution.

Rise Time measurement from 1% to 90% on Math2 waveform measures long beacon settling time.
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Long Beacon Timing Measurements


SR-max(iTX_LONG_BEACON)

Ax + B math function with A = 0.707 (Math3) on Smoothed waveform (Math2) on Max Hold waveform
(Math1) plots change in RMS current.

X & Y tracking cursors slaved to 45% to 55% Rise Time measurement on Math3 waveform measures
slew rate (Y/X) of RMS current level change between short beacon and long beacon.
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Long Beacon Current and Frequency


iTX_LONG_BEACON and Frequency

Turn off all math functions, and turn off Zoom timebase.

Set delay such that long beacon current is at steady-state level at center-screen.

Set timebase to 500 ns/div.

Select AC RMS Cycle and Frequency measurements.


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Long Beacon Period

Pulse-Width Trigger (Low >100 ms < 160 ms) without Zone triggers on 1st short beacon after long beacon.

Max Hold math function (Math1) with Peak Detect acquisition mode plots positive peaks of each beacon.

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Long Beacon Period


tLONG_BEACON_PERIOD

Measurement Trend math function (Math2) based on +Width measurements on Max Hold waveform
(Math1) plots beacon widths versus time.

Period measurement on Measurement Trend waveform (Math2) measures tLONG_BEACON_PERIOD (850 ms to


3000 ms).
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Resonator AC Power & Efficiency Measurements

De-skewing is critical to ensure accurate power (V x I)


measurements!

The de-skew fixture (or a 10- resistor) along with the power
option automatically calibrates the time delay between
voltage and current probe to insure accurate power loss
measurements.
Probe
skew = ~6 ns
Deskewed!
6.78 MHz sine wave from
scopes built-in WaveGen

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PTU and PRU Power Quality Measurements


PTU Power
PRU Power

Automated power quality measurements using power measurements option (DSOX4PWR).

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Efficiency Measurements ()
MAX = PRX_REPORTED/PIN

PTU = PIN / PTX_COIL

RCE = PTX_COIL / PRX_COIL

PRU = POUT / PRX_COIL

System efficiency can be optimized by


measuring efficiency of each stage of power
transfer.

InfiniiVision oscilloscopes power app option


automates probe deskew and efficiency
measurements.
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Selecting the Right Current Probe


Model

1147B
N2893A

Bandwidth

50 MHz
100 MHz

Max Peak
Current
(AC + DC)
30 A1
30 A1

Conversion
Factor
0.1 V/A
0.1 V/A

N2893A De-rate Current vs Freq

Insertion
Impedance
@ 6.78 MHz
600-m
40-m

Max
Current @
6.78 MHz
~3.5 A-RMS
~5 A-RMS

N2893A Insertion Impedance vs Freq

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Agenda
WPT Introduction and Market Trends (10 min)
Magnetic Resonance Wireless Charging Measurements using an
Oscilloscope (20 min)
Visualize WPT Coupling Efficiency with the ENA Series
Network Analyzer (20 min)

Summary and Q&A (10 min)

Component Design & Verification in


WPT System using LCR/ZA and VNA

Hiroshi Kanda
Product Application Expert
Communication Solution Group

Power Transmission Flow in WPT System


Physical Layer Measurements for Components & Modules
Impedance (R, X)
(Matching Circuit,
Tx Coil/Resonator and Rx
Coil/Resonator including Load)

Coupling Efficiency
(Tx & Rx Coils/Resonators)

Impedance(R, X),
Inductance (L), Q
(Coils/Resonators)

Power Transmitter (Tx)


Power
Inverter

Power
Amp

S-parameters
(S11, S22, S21)
(High Power Amp)

Matching
Circuit

Capacitance (C)
(Matching Circuit)

LCR Meter / Impedance Analyzer

Tx Coil

Rx Coil

Loop Gain, Output Z


(DC-DC Converter)

Rectifier,
DC-DC

Load

Power Receiver (Rx)

Vector Network Analyzer (VNA)

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Keysight Test Solutions for WPT system


Requirements

Keysight Solutions

LCR Meter / Impedance Analyzer


Highest accuracy LCR Meter,
Impedance Analyzer

LCR, Q measurements

Vector Network Analyzer

Wireless Power Transfer


Efficiency measurement

Intuitive WPT parameter display

Vector Network Analyzer

High Power Reflection


measurement

Configurable test set

Module Characterization
& Troubleshooting

Solution Values

Vector Network Analyzer


One-box solution:
S-parameter & Gain-phase

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LCR, Q factor measurements


LCR Meter and Impedance Analyzer
E4990A Impedance Analyzer
(20 Hz 10/20/30/50/120 MHz)

E4980A LCR Meter


(20 Hz 20 MHz)

Measurement Challenges:
High-Q Inductor
Accuracy, Repeatability

Keysight Offers:
LCR Meter and Impedance Analyzer
Test Fixtures/Accessories to connect
device under test (DUT)
Correction/Compensation methods to
improve measurement accuracy
Wooden Table,
no metal objects,
is recommended!

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Q measurement
Measurement error and accuracy improvement
Q measurement error

Improvement of Q measurement
accuracy
Use the instrument with better accuracy
(e.g., basic impedance meas. accuracy):
- E4980A: 0.05%

- E4990A: 0.08% (0.045% typ.)


Perform optimum compensation for residual
resistance and cable length
- Cable length compensation
- Open/Short/Load correction

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WPT Measurement Challenges


Measurement with Vector Network Analyzer
Measurement Challenges:
Transmitter: ZO 50
Receiver: ZL = R + jX
Measurement System: 50
Power Transmitter
Output Z 50

LC resonant circuit
Measure in 50 environment

Power Receiver
Arbitrary load impedance ZL=R+jX

Rectifier

DC
Supply

Load

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Wireless Power Transfer Coupling Efficiency


Wireless Power Transfer Analysis Software
Keysight Offers:
WPT analysis software provides real-time analysis of voltage, current, and
power transfer efficiency of Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) coils and
resonators, from 50 ohm based S-parameter measurements.
Intuitive WPT parameter display,
based on arbitrary load
impedance
Real-time power transfer
efficiency analysis

Advanced 2D/3D simulation for


efficient determination of optimum
load impedance

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Option 006 Wireless Power Transfer Analysis


Modes of Operation
Mode-1: Real-time analysis
Display real-time measurement
results of power transfer efficiency.
Resonator Coupling Efficiency
(RCE) measurements available.

Measures up to four parameters at the same time

Efficiency(%)=Real(Pout)/Real(Pin)x100

Pin

Pout

Iin(A)
Vin(V)
*Defined
by user

Device Under Test

Zin()

Iout(A)
Vout(V)

Port1

Port2
Measured
S-parameter
(S11,S21,S12,S22)

Load
Z()=R+jX
*Defined
by user

Source voltage and


load impedance can
be defined by user

Select parameters for


analysis, including
coupling efficiency.

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Option 006 Wireless Power Transfer Analysis


Modes of Operation
Mode-2: Advanced 2D/3D simulation
Display simulated results in 2D/3D
by sweeping one or two of the
following parameters:
R
X
Frequency
Useful for R&D engineers to
evaluate the load impedance
dependency.
Maximum power transfer efficiency

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Z matching measurement at system operating condition


Accurate measurement with E5072A
Measurement Challenges:
Power input required for
operating condition is higher
than maximum power of VNA.
Additional power amplifier is
necessary to boost input power
to the DUT.

Keysight Offers:
The E5072A provides direct accessibility
to all of the internal sources and receivers
that can cancel out the effect of
temperature drift from the power amplifier
and improve measurement accuracy.

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E5072A overview
What is configurable test set?
Standard test set (E5071C/80A/61B/63B)

Configurable test set (E5072A)

Mechanical Step Attenuator


(60 dB, 10 dB Step)

R1
R1

R2

Bias-tee

R2

Bias-tee

Bias-tee

Bias-tee

Port 1

Port 2

Temperature drift of a booster


amplifier can not be removed.
High-reverse isolation of a
booster amplifier prevents
accurate reflection
measurements.

Port 1

Port 2

Very accurate reflection


measurement with high-power.
Cancels (ratios out) the drift
effect of a booster amplifier

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Component characterization & troubleshooting


E5061B LF-RF Network Analyzer
Keysight Offers:

Measurement Challenges:

The E5061B addresses a broad range of


measurement needs of electronic
components and circuits from low to high
frequencies with S-parameter test ports
and gain-phase test ports. Impedance
analysis function (Option 005) is available.

Need to cover a broad


range of measurement
needs in wide frequency
range (LF to RF)

Loop gain of DC-DC converter


(100 Hz to 1 MHz)

Output-impedance of DC-DC converter


(100 Hz to 10 MHz)
Impedance of passive components
(100 Hz to 1 GHz)

Feedback loop
circuit
Vdd

Impedance of whole
PDN (=|ZPDN|, 100
Hz to 1 GHz)

GND

Gain-Phase

S-Parameter

DC-DC conv.

Bypass caps

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E5061B LF-RF Network Analyzer


Gain-Phase Measurement Technique
E5061Bs R and T receiver ports are semi-floated with Zg.
AC current
T port

LF OUT

Rc2
Vo

VT = Vo + Vc2
= Vo + Va x Rc2/(Zg+Rc2)
= Vo

VT

Zsh

V=Vc2

( Zg >> Rc2)

VR

Va

Zg

Zg

R port
|Zg| = about 30 ohm at low freq. range

Rc2 = 10 mohm or several-10 mohm

Measured impedance

Easy & accurate solution for


milliohm PDN measurements.

Measured impedance

DUTs true
impedance
Without core
With core

Freq

Freq

Semi-floated receiver

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Gain-Phase measurement
DC-DC converter output-Z measurement example

100 mohm

|Z| at 100 Hz would be around 2 or 3 mohm

10 mohm

1 mohm
10 Hz

10 MHz

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Agenda
WPT Introduction and Market Trends (10 min)
Visualize WPT Coupling Efficiency with the ENA Series Network
Analyzer (20 min)
AirFuel Resonance Wireless Charging Measurements using an
Oscilloscope (20 min)

Summary and Q&A (10 min)

Keysight Test Solutions for WPT system


Requirements

Challenges

LCR, Q
measurements

High-Q Inductor
Accuracy, Repeatability

Wireless Power
Transfer
Efficiency
measurement

Transmitter: ZO 50
Receiver: ZL = R + jX
Measurement System: 50

Power input required for


operating condition is higher
than maximum power of VNA
(Additional PA is necessary).

High Power
Reflection
measurement

Module

Characterization
&
Troubleshooting

Keysight
Solutions

E4980A,
E4990A

Solution Values
Highest accuracy LCR Meter,
Impedance Analyzer
Variety of test fixtures, Correction &
Compensation for better repeatability

E5061B,
Intuitive WPT param. display
E5063A,
Real-time and 2D/3D analysis based
on S-parameter meas. with arbitrary
or E5072A
with Option 006 load impedance setting by simulation
Configurable test set
E5072A

Need to cover a broad range of


E5061B-3Lx
measurement needs in wide
with Option 005
frequency range (LF to RF)

More accurate measurements at


devices actual operating conditions,
cancel out the drift effect of PA

One-box solution:
S-parameter & Gain-phase
Power integrity analysis, Impedance
measurements

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ENA Selection Guide for WPT customers


Requirements
For compliance tests (AirFuel
RAT)
High-power measurements
Reflected impedance test
Coupling efficiency test

For component characterization


Wireless power transfer analysis
Impedance analysis
Power integrity analysis

Solutions for WPT customers

List Price
4.5 GHz, $44K

E5072A-245/006*

3GHz, $42K

E5061B-3L5/005/006

500 MHz, $15K

Affordable solution
Wireless power transfer analysis

E5063A-205/006

(*) Option 006 is optional


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Keysight InfiniiVision X-Series Oscilloscopes

Best Value
Software application bundle
DSO#APPBNDL option
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Series

Bandwidth

Sample
Rate

Memory
(max)

Segmented
Memory

Update
Rate

MSO
Option

Zone
Trigger

Active
Probe
Power

Power
Option

Application Bundle
Option

2000X

70 to
200 MHz

2 GSa/s

1M

Option

50k/sec

8-ch

No

No

No

DSOX2APPBNDL

3000T

100 MHz to
1 GHz

5 GSa/s

4M

Option

1M/sec

16-Ch

Yes

2-Ch

Yes

DSOXT3APPBNDL

4000X

200 MHz to
1.5 GHz

5 GSa/s

4M

Standard

1M/sec

16-Ch

Yes

4-Ch

Yes

DSOX4APPBNDL

6000X

1 GHz to
6 GHz

20 GSa/s

4M

Standard

500k/sec

16-Ch

Yes

4-Ch

Yes

DSOX6APPBNDL

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Recommended Probes
for WPT Measurements
AC/DC current probes
N2893A 100MHz, 30Apk1 (magnetic resonance)
1147B 50MHz, 30Apk1 (magnetic inductance)

HV differential active probes


N2818A 200MHz, 20V, 10:1, 1M/3.5pF
N2790A 100MHz, 140V (50:1), 1.4kV (500:1), 8M/3.5pF

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Passive probes
N2894A, 700MHz, 200V, 10:1,10M/9.5pF (standard)
N2870A 35MHz, 1:1, 1M/39pF
Probe rail active probe (for measuring output ripple)
N7020A, 2GHz, 1:1, 24 V offset, 50k (DC)

Notes
1. 15A peak max current if two probes connected to scope.
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Keysight products for characterizing power supplies


New!

InfiniiVision & Infiniium S-Series Oscilloscopes


PA2201A IntegraVision AC Power Analyzer

E5061B Network Analyzer

B1506A Power Device Analyzer

N6705B DC Power Analyzer


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Keysight Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Solutions


Summary
Keysights ENA Option 006 (Wireless Power Transfer
Analysis) provides intuitive and real-time analysis of
key parameters for WPT circuit design
Most engineers are not aware of and dont how to
use many of the advanced features of todays
oscilloscopes to characterize the performance of
wireless power transfer designs, including:
Advanced triggering (such as PW and Zone trigger)
Advanced waveform math (such as Max-hold, Ax+B,
and Measurement Trend)

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Testing Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Designs


Question & Answer Session

Johnnie Hancock
Applications Program Manager
Oscilloscope & Protocol Division

Hiroshi Kanda
Product Application Expert
Communication Solutions Group

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