Network testing

Sunday, 01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Andrew Australia



Andrew Wireless has introduced Invex3G autonomous compact, a smaller unit for measuring wireless network quality used by taxis, buses and other fleet vehicles anywhere in the world.

The unit, slightly thicker than a notebook computer, is an alternative to Invex3G autonomous, introduced last year.

The latest device is suitable for operators wanting a smaller footprint for housing the remote drive test equipment in third-party vehicles such as taxis, buses and delivery trucks. It can handle three mobile handsets and provides a solution that enables operators to optimise their own network while benchmarking up to two competitors’ wireless coverage.

The equipment runs unaided and operates remotely, enabling drive test data and results to be sent across a remote radio link between the test equipment and a central operations centre.

 

Online: www.andrew.com
Phone: 03 9300 7969
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