Keysight Technologies Inc. announced new capabilities for the EXM wireless test set.The capabilities were added to address the latest technology evolutions in wireless communications with support for WLAN 802.11p, 802.11ah, 802.11ac Wave 2 Measurements, and Bluetooth® 4.2. The EXM now can make the measurements required to efficiently manufacture today’s and tomorrow’s Internet-of-Things wireless devices.
Keysight Technologies Inc. announced that its E6650A EXF wireless test set for femtocell now supports high-volume manufacturing test for designs using Broadcom Corp.’s BCM617xx series small cell chipsets. The EXF one-box tester delivers the speed, performance and scalability today’s manufacturers need to quickly ramp up production and lower its cost-of-test.
The Microwave Vision Group (MVG) has successfully installed its StarLab at Antenna Co.’s design centre in Eindhoven, Netherlands, which will provide the company with an in-house testing resource for the rapid measurement of antennas.
Anritsu Co. will showcase its field test solution portfolio that addresses the critical needs of field engineers and technicians responsible for erecting, servicing, and maintaining broadcast and telecommunications towers at NATE 2015.
Rohde & Schwarz presents its new R&S NRPxxS and R&S NRPxxSN USB three-path diode power sensors. The completely redesigned sensors offer unprecedented measurement speed and measurement accuracy, even at low levels.
Focus Microwaves of Montreal, Quebec announced that it has acquired the Pulsed IV and Bias-Tee lines of AURIGA Microwave, of Chelmsford, Mass. Focus also hired key Auriga personnel, in order to support customers, fulfill existing and pending pulse system orders and to push further product development.
Anite has signed an agreement with China Academy of Information and Communications Technology whereby the two will collaborate on the development of new advanced test scenarios to verify the performance of TD-LTE and LTE-Advanced devices and network infrastructure.