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Anritsu chosen by UL for UK's first commercial LTE test facility

October 22, 2012
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Underwriters Laboratories (UL), a world leader in advancing safety science, has chosen Anritsu as its provider for LTE telecoms equipment, becoming the first commercial independent LTE conformance test facility in the UK. Over the past six months UL has invested over $4 million at its Basingstoke, UK, base to create the most complete LTE test facility in the country.

“LTE is the leading fourth generation wireless technology and UL’s investment is a clear demonstration of commitment to LTE advancement both within the UK and globally,” said Robert Graham, Head of Cellular Approvals, UL Verification Services. “Choosing Anritsu was an easy decision. Anritsu has a clear lead in LTE cellular conformance systems, with the largest test case coverage and a proven commitment to work with their customers.”

UL’s choice of Anritsu ME7873L and ME7834L platforms allows customers to have access to the maximum coverage of validated test cases across the highest number of bands. UL now offers the necessary conformance requirements for the GCF, is a primary laboratory for PTCRB and can offer network operator approvals for Europe, North America and beyond.

Bob Kersey, Director Marketing, Wireless Protocol Test at Anritsu commented, “The real benefit from the system is the value it adds. Anritsu offers unique features such as floating licences and parallel testing to maximize the efficiency of the test assets and lower the overall test time. This results in real value to our customers."

UL’s choice of the Anritsu ME7834 Mobile device protocol test platform enables the testing of chipsets, dongles, tablets, notebooks and Smartphone’s required by network operators to launch commercial LTE services.

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