Rapidtek Technologies Inc. participates in IMS2022 at booth. 4095 on June 21 through June 23 in Denver, Colo.

During the full week of the event, including technical paper presentations, Dr. Alex Chou, chief technology officer, will be presenting a paper titled "A 1024-Element Ku-Band SATCOM Phased-Array Transmitter With 39.2-dBW EIRP and ± 53o Beam Scanning" in the Th02F-6 Technical Session on June 23 at 10:10 am MST.

Rapidtek lively showing the next-generation test solution with strategic partner Amarisoft, a provider of affordable and high-quality 4G/5G testers to the wireless industry.

"We are delighted to demonstrate the innovated test solution with our strategic partner, Amarisoft, to joint-force catch up with the momentum of the next generation RF test," said Arthur Wang, founder and CEO of Rapidtek. The test solution is using Rapidtek's UDC Modules and accessories with AMARI Callbox. It can provide the customers with instant and cost-effective test methodology in the next generation of seamlessly connected life with different requirements of bands.

The idea of the next generation test solution is to generate a sub-6G baseband signal through AMARI Callbox and go with the key joint-developed UDC system to generate the 6GHz~48GHz mmWave communication test frequency bands, it can achieve Ku-Band, Ka-Band, n257~n262 test frequency band and signaling control. The EVM results can reach high performance with -40 dB (typical) and also completed lots of 3GPP standard communication test verifications, wide covering Wi-Fi 6E/7, 5G FR2, B5G and by end of 2022 we will make the availability up to 90GHz to fulfill the ADAS/6G application as well.

AMARI Callbox is the ideal solution for testing 5G NSA and SA, LTE, LTE-M and NB-IoT devices. It acts as a 3GPP compliant eNB/gNB and EPC/5GC allowing functional and performance testing. "Both AMARI Callbox Advanced and AMARI Callbox Ultimate support now 5G-NR mmWave thanks to external Up-Down Converters from our partners," said Marouan Benabdellah-Chaouni, director Of Sales And Marketing of Amarisoft.