With a global rise in telecommuting and working from home, internet speed and reliability is imperative for business growth. Wi-Fi 6E compatible devices offer as much as 25% increased speed compared to Wi-Fi 5, along with more consistent performance across a large number of devices.
When ASUS began developing Wi-Fi 6E compatible AiO PCs and laptops, it quickly became apparent that its current antenna testing system reached its functional testing capacity at 6 GHz.
A system upgrade was urgently needed.
Read MVG’s latest case study to learn how the SG 24 spherical near-field multi-probe array system with integrated WaveStudio software was the right solution to enable ASUS to test the 7.2 GHz higher frequencies of Wi-Fi 6E and future 5G developments.
The development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and the evolution of in-vehicle infotainment devices are transforming automotive design and electronic architecture. This trend has led to more antennas in modern vehicles that require more measurement and verifications to ensure their performance and to analyze the coupling with the car structure.
Antenna performance and placement are determining factors in establishing stable and reliable wireless communication between vehicles (V2V), infrastructure (V2I), and networks (V2N). Testing antennas, optimizing subsystems, and evaluating vehicle behavior in real driving conditions are key to developing secure wireless communications systems for tomorrow's vehicles.
We invite you to explore our infographic presenting advanced antenna measurement and OTA techniques, OTA tests, V2X and post-processing solutions by MVG.
To realise the 5G vision, new and more sophisticated technologies are required. 5G deployment is gathering pace, and compatible devices are undergoing an essential evolutionary phase to ensure the reliable connectivity, higher data transfer speeds, and increased bandwidths that are integral to the 5G masterplan.
Understand the benefits of multi-probe technology for the faster testing and calibration of phased array antennas in LEO HTS, improving time-to-market and speed of production in the race to deliver viable connectivity on a global scale.
The Microwave Vision Group has developed and validated the CXR feed ─a new plug-and-play component that performs cross-polar reduction, similarly to the second reflector in dual compensated Compact Antenna Test Ranges.