Anritsu In-building Coverage Mapping for P.25 and DMR Networks
The MA8100A Series TRX NEON Signal Mapper from Anritsu is a 3D in-building coverage mapping solution for use with Anritsu Handheld instruments including LMR Master, Spectrum Master, Site Master, BTS/Cell Master and VNA Master.
Where GPS is unavailable, the Anritsu MA8100A Series solution delivers real-time 3D location information for indoor test and measurement applications. The system consists of a Tracking Unit, Signal Mapper Software, Command Software and Cloud Service.
The Tracking Unit supports collection and processing of sensor data that delivers 3D location information. The Signal Mapper Application provides an intuitive Android user interface enabling lightly trained users to map signal and sensor information within buildings; users can initialise their location, start/stop mapping and upload/download mapping data to/from the cloud. The Command Software enables creation and visualisation of 3D building maps and provides centralised access to the Cloud Service to access stored maps and measurement data.
With the addition of the MA8100A Series TRX NEON Signal Mapper, Anritsu now offers a powerful and unique 3D in-building signal mapping tool for its handheld spectrum analyser instruments. The MA8100A Series allows users to collect accurate, actionable data in every part of a building easily and efficiently. Areas like stairwells and elevators, traditionally difficult to address with 2D manual mapping solutions, are now conquered with ease. The MA8100A Series also provides end users with centralised access to all of the location information that has been logged via the included Cloud Service. Users can easily access previously saved building maps and measurement results anywhere with internet access.
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