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MX1,MX2 Channel emulators tweaked for LTE testing

18 Feb 2013

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 ACE channel emulator

Wireless broadband test equipment provider Azimuth Systems has added new capabilities to its ACE MX and MX2 channel emulators which address LTE-Advanced test requirements, such as carrier aggregation and coordination across multiple wireless links.

Offering a range of configurations for MIMO system testing, the ACE channel-emulator line creates complex fading channels for testing advanced wireless technology and devices.

New features of the MX and MX2 bidirectional channel emulators include a Multilink channel-emulator topologies supporting configurations of up to 16 RF links and 64 digital fading channels; Reciprocal path loss, which provides intelligent mapping of dynamic downlink models to the uplink channel; and Automation for test-bed control, including user equipment, network emulators, and diagnostic monitors, all run by a test executive on a single PC.

These new capabilities support the multi-RAT and carrier-aggregation test beds of operators, OEMs, and chipset vendors. Additionally, ACE channel emulators can be integrated into Azimuth's modular, fully automated, end-to-end platform for mobile performance testing.

Further information regarding the ACE channel emulator can be found here.




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