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Test and Measurement Channel / Industry News

Aeroflex upgrades digital radio test set

January 25, 2012
KEYWORDS analog / digital / radio / systems / test
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Aeroflex Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflex Holding Corp., announced a major feature upgrade to its 3920 Radio Test Set. The 3920 now supports P25 Phase II TDMA test functions and adds many new features for the development, manufacturing, and field test of both analog and digital PMR radios and base stations used around the world.

The 3920 Radio Test Set's modularity offers users the ability to test virtually all PMR analog and digital radio standards within one single test system. Using Aeroflex Auto-Test II scripts, the 3920 also supports automated testing and alignment of TETRA, P25, DMR, dPMR, NXDN™, as well as many analog legacy radio systems.

“This is our most extensive software upgrade yet for the 3920. It was driven by two factors—fulfilling customer requests for specific new features and adding support of the new P25 Phase II TDMA technology based on the TIA/EIA-102 standard,” said Rob Barden, Director of Product Marketing, Aeroflex. “In addition, we have released a wide range of enhancements to our 8920 emulation mode, helping customers more easily replace obsolete Agilent test sets and smoothing the transition to a modern PMR test system that supports both legacy analog systems and the new digital systems being developed around the world. The 3920 is virtually future-proof. It’s really the only radio test set a customer will need for almost all PMR testing requirements."

Source: Aeroflex

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