Aeroflex has added an option to its 6113 base station tester for GSM base stations with an A5/3 encryption capability. The support provides a field portable base station tester for installation and commissioning, routine maintenance and fault finding, as well as final unit production testing.
Aeroflex and AT4 wireless have announced that the WiMAX Forum has designated the Aeroflex/AT4 wireless MINT223x protocol conformance test system and AT4 wireless MINT T2110 radio conformance test system as official test equipment for WiMAX Certification (802.16-2005).
CTIA-The Wireless Association has approved AT4 wireless as a CTIA authorised testing laboratory for over-the-air (OTA) performance testing. The company has been added to the CTIA Online Certification database as authorised to conduct over-the-air performance testing for CTIA.
The R&S NRP power meter series is suitable for daily use in research and development, production or mobile service.
Aeroflex has introduced the 6401 AIME A-GPS which it claims is the only test platform available that supports the industry-standard TTCN A-GPS protocol test cases as well as the Minimum Performance tests and the Open Mobile Alliance SUPL V1.0 (secure user plane location) conformance tests, as mandated by the Global Certification Forum and PTCRB handset certification bodies.
The WiMAX Forum has announced the beginning of Mobile WiMAX certification testing and evaluation of Mobile WiMAX products in AT4 wireless facilities in Malaga, Spain.
Aeroflex has entered into a multi-year contract to supply advanced manufacturing test solutions worth in excess of $10 million with a supplier of mobile phones and communications devices.
Anritsu Company has been awarded a contract by the National Football League (NFL) to supply the league with 36 MS2721B Spectrum Master handheld spectrum analysers.
With the addition of the G.703 interface pod option, the Aeroflex FB100A bit error rate tester can now check a wide range of standardised telecommunications interfaces (from T1 at 1.544 Mbps to STS-3 and STM-1 at 155.52 Mbps).