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Anritsu's wireless test platform adds TD-SCDMA support

21 Jun 2013

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TD-SCDMA signalling test capability has been added to Anritsu's Rapid Test Designer platform. The added capability now enables LTE chipset and device OEMs to test their products for compliance with the TD-SCDMA Chinese mobile communications standard. RTD is an integrated test design and execution environment that works with the company's range of mobile network simulators, including the MD8475A signalling tester.

With RTD, LTE product developers can verify that products will work in areas with TD-SCDMA coverage where LTE is not yet available and guarantee continuous service as users move across the boundaries of regions covered by different radio-access technologies. The MD8475A signalling tester can emulate two base stations or 2x2 MIMO, including all major formats used on the China Mobile network, the world's largest mobile network operator.

An existing RTD system supporting LTE, WCDMA/HSPA, and GSM/(E)GPRS can be upgraded to support TD-SCDMA via the MD8475A base-station simulator and associated software licenses.

Further information regarding Anritsu's products can be found below:

  • Rapid Test Designer product page
  • MD8475A signalling tester product page

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