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Keysight, Bluetest team up to simplify advanced OTA solutions

14 Apr 2016

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Keysight Technologies has collaborated with Bluetest AB to simplify advanced over-the-air (OTA) measurements.

Under the partnership, Keysight integrated its UXM Wireless Test Set into Bluetest's reverberation chamber OTA test solutions, enabling mutual customers to make measurements quickly.

Bluetest's Reverberation Test System RTS65 and measurement software Flow makes it quite easy to add additional streams to the test set-up. Bluetest RTS is available with up to eight measurement ports, hence supporting a UXM solution with, for example, four 2x2 MIMO carriers or two 4x4 MIMO carriers without any external combiners or additional equipment.

Recent enhancements to the UXM Wireless Test Set include support for the very latest LTE-A evolutions, such as 1.6Gbps data rates and up to 8x4 downlink MIMO & 5CC.

The UXM also supports 2G and 3G technologies, making it an ideal choice for testing the latest wireless UEs from the simplest Internet of Things devices to the most advanced smartphones.




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