In an EVM test, it is important to set the expected amplitude of the receiver correctly. If the expected amplitude setup is higher than the device output power, the test result will be inaccurate, and when the expected amplitude setup is lower than the device output power, it will cause an alarm on the tester. Engineers need to check the expected amplitude of each EVM test because it is difficult to get the expected amplitude test conditions from a test document, and MWReceiver does not have automatic and expected amplitude feature for EVM tests. A mmWave device may have several hundred EVM tests. Setting the expected amplitude of the receiver manually is both time consuming and error prone and sometimes the expected amplitude needs to be modified when a test document is updated. This presentation will discuss a new method for quickly and correctly setting the expected amplitude of the receiver for EVM testing and how this process can be automated for faster time to market.