ALLEN, Texas - Anritsu Company recently announced a total testing solution to help mitigate possible interference between 5G wireless networks utilizing the C-band spectrum and avionics equipment, including radar altimeters, Ray Sharma writes for The Fast Mode. Continue reading original article.
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15 Feb. 2022 - The MG3710E generates 3GPP-compliant interference waveform patterns for testing the receiver sensitivity and throughput of 5G and LTE UE and modules using the Vector Signal Generator MG3710E.
The MG3710E, with the software installed and combined with the Radio Communication Test Station MT8000A and Radio Communication Analyzer MT8821C simplifies conducting interference evaluation tests required by the 3GPP RF Compliance Test. The solution supports in-house pre-testing to confirm compliance of Sub-6 GHz 5G and LTE UE and modules before the official 3GPP Compliance Test. Additionally, the solution can be used during R&D to improve receiver sensitivity and throughput performance.
5G and LTE UE and module manufacturers must ensure that products pass the 3GPP RF Compliance Test administered by a certified test organization. The compliance test is the final product evaluation before commercial release. Failed tests may require redesign and retesting. Consequently, pre-testing during development is essential to avoid this risk.
Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor