The R&S TSME is a compact drive test scanner for wireless communications standards and frequency bands. Measuring 151 x 47 x 93 mm and weighing 650 g, it consumes very little power, making it suitable for testing the quality of communications channels in the field as well as inside buildings with high data traffic.
Berkeley Varitronics showcased its latest Bloodhound cell detector at the West Virginia mock prison riot that was held in the grounds of the decommissioned West Virginia Penitentiary in West Virginia.
To assist network testers in mixed signal environments, Andrew Solutions, a CommScope division, has introduced new functionality to its i.Scan digital scanner to make measuring GSM channels easier.
Early adopters of the next generation network technology long term evolution (LTE) now have a drive-test scanner, the Invex.NxG i.Scan from Andrew Solutions, a CommScope division.