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Test set chosen for WIMAX performance analysis

Posted in Acceptance testing by testing in London on January 24, 2008

From Electronics Tlak

Radiated performance test system includes the ETS AMS-8500 antenna measurement system, the Agilent EXA signal analyser and Agilent’s E6651A Mobile WiMAX test set. AT4 wireless labs has chosen Agilent Technologies and ETS-Lindgren to provide WiMAX test equipment for use in radiated performance test (RPT). AT4 wireless is one of the first test labs to provide radiated performance testing for WiMAX. As the WiMAX Forum Lead Lab and first worldwide WiMAX Forum Designated Certification Laboratory, AT4 wireless is developing RPT capability in its US-based branch by adding the ETS-Lindgren RPT system.

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This test system includes the ETS AMS-8500 antenna measurement system, the Agilent EXA signal analyser and Agilent’s E6651A Mobile WiMAX test set. This RPT solution will augment AT4’s other test systems, which include its own wireless Mobile WiMAX test set.

‘Given that RPT will be introduced as part of certification testing for Mobile WiMAX in 2008, AT4 wireless has been working hard with our partners to provide the WiMAX industry with the test facilities and test sets they need’, says Fernando E Hardasmal, CEO of AT4 wireless in Herndon, Virginia.

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