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5G/Massive MIMO Channel

Agilent introduces industry’s widest-bandwidth MIMO PXI vector signal analyzer

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the availability of a wideband MIMO PXI vector signal analyzer that delivers the industry’s highest-bandwidth signal analysis. The new analyzer enables R&D and test engineers to validate their MIMO 802.11ac designs with a unique combination of accuracy, speed, bandwidth and scalability in a small form factor.


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Over-the-air Signal Challenges and Implications - Recommendation for LTE RAN

The CTIA Wireless 2012 MIMO OTA Expert Panels
Protocols used by LTE networks to leverage MIMO technologies are significantly impacted by correlation and thus by the channel models under which they’re tested. This Forum provides an understanding of over-the-air, multipath signal challenges, the impact on network performance and considerations for end-to-end testing. A panel discussion with speakers from Anritsu, Rhode &Schwarz, Azimuth and more to be announced will conclude the Forum.
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EB channel emulator adopted by CWC in Finland

The Centre for Wireless Communications (CWC), a project-funded research group operating in conjunction with the Department of Communications Engineering at the University of Oulu, Finland, is employing EB Propsim F8 radio channel emulator and EB MIMO OTA Application to provide wireless testing and research capabilities under the most realistic propagation conditions.


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ETS-Lindgren now supports OTA testing from 2G to 4G/LTE/MIMO

Anritsu Co. and ETS-Lindgren announced the Anritsu MT8820C RF Tester has been selected by ETS-Lindgren as an approved test solution for 2G to 4G/LTE/MIMO Over-the-Air (OTA) testing. As part of the selection, support for the MT8820C has been integrated into the CTIA-compliant ETS-Lindgren EMQuest™ EMQ-100 Antenna Measurement Software.


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QPER now supports Azimuth Systems' ACE MX MIMO channel emulation platform

Qosmotec announced that it would support Azimuth’s portfolio of real world test solutions with the Qosmotec Propagation Effects Replicator (QPER) software. With QPER, Azimuth’s customers will have access to a powerful application that creates virtual environments, which can then be recreated with the dynamic RF fading capability available with the Azimuth ACE MX MIMO Channel Emulator.


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