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Anite's eICIC testing sol'n accelerates LTE-A programmes

06 Aug 2013

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Wireless testing company Anite PLC has unveiled a flexible and comprehensive enhanced Inter Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC) enriched LTE-Advanced device testing solution. This capability is based on the company's Development Toolset and enables users to confidently accelerate their LTE-A device testing programmes.

The explosive data traffic growth witnessed by LTE mobile operators across the globe is leading to the roll out of heterogeneous networks where a combination of macro, pico and small cells are deployed to maximise coverage and capacity. Interference at cell edge boundaries is intensified when low power small cells are added to macro cells in the same channel. As a key feature of LTE-A, eICIC enables mobile operators to control this interference, ensuring that devices work optimally on the cell edge boundaries.


 Anite LTE-A device testing solution


Anite's Development Toolset, used to verify the eICIC feature, provides a unique level of flexibility and control to quickly validate complex scenarios in a test environment that very much resembles a live network. With this level of simulation capability, users can rigorously test LTE-Advanced devices in a controllable and repeatable way across all configurations and use cases, resulting in significant time and cost savings, both at the time of launch and over the lifetime of the device.


For more information, please visit www.anite.com.




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