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Cellular 4G/LTE Channel

Azimuth Systems enhances field-to-lab real world wireless test solution

Azimuth Systems Inc. announced robust enhancements to its popular Azimuth Field-to-Lab(FTL) solution. This latest release of FTL offers new features that allow customers to better visualize the radio environment, profile channel conditions, and more accurately recreate “real world” conditions in the lab using Azimuth’s integrated (open) automation platform, Testbuilder.


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Richardson RFPD introduces industrial cellular modems from Maestro Wireless Solutions

Richardson RFPD Inc. announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a family of easy-to-use, rugged cellular CDMA 1xRTT modems for M2M applications from Maestro Wireless Solutions . The M100CDMA has been certified by regulatory bodies as well as Tier 1 network operators, including Verizon and Sprint, eliminating the need for additional costly and lengthy carrier approvals.


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AtlanTecRF introduces satellite loop test translator with synthesised LO

AtlanTecRF claims that its new ALR series of Satellite Loop Test Translators (LTT) introduces, for the first time, the concept of synthesised Local Oscillator (LO) frequency control to provide the user with a compact, versatile and comprehensive approach to satellite communications equipment alignment and quality monitoring in both the Ka-band and Ku-bands.


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Newtec and SES Broadband complete Ka-band test

MarketWatch: International

Newtec1 Newtec has successfully tested its new high speed Ka-Band technology for SES Broadband Services. The test was completed with next generation Ka-Band Sat3Play® terminals, which feature download speeds beyond 10 Mbps, and related hub infrastructure including a new high speed modem and outdoor unit.


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2012 Mobile World Congress: Product Wrap-Up

The 2012 Mobile World Congress (MWC), which took place at the Fira de Barcelona Conference and Exhibition Centre between February 27 and March 1, addressed the evolution of the mobile communications industry. Key technological activity concentrated on addressing the strain on network capacity and the need to increase performance of PAs, batteries etc. Hot topics included carrier aggregation, Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and envelope tracking, just to name a few.  Here is a full product wrap-up of what MWJ covered at the show.


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