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Drones used for RF test and measurement

The testing and measurement of radio frequency signals is a multi-million dollar business that relies on versatile hardware and sophisticated software. Now unmanned aerial vehicles, aka drones, are set to become an important part of the RF measurement industry. A U.S. startup called RDF...

Test and Measurement: Quantenna expands 802.11ac testing capabilities

Chipset vendor Quantenna is pushing forward with testing capabilities designed to support advanced 802.11ac features in development as well as in large volumes for manufacturing. Quantenna is continuing two long-standing test vendor relationships as it expands those 802.11 testing capabilities. It is using LitePoint's IQxel-MW for calibration...

Test and Measurement: Vendors focus on speedy MIMO OTA, DAS testing

As vendors and their customers face constant pressure on keeping testing costs in line, test companies are always seeking to reduce the amount of time required for testing. Two test and measurement companies have announced efforts to speed up testing in different areas. Anite said this...

Test and Measurement: Network testing market to reach $25 billion by 2025

Frost & Sullivan came out with a new report this week claiming the emergence of "5G" technologies will "ignite the global test and measurement market," with smart cities and the drive to monitor international sporting events also seen as additional drivers. Communications testing will be...

Test and Measurement: New signal generators from Tektronix

Tektronix launched new signal generators this week, adding to its lineup with two options designed to deliver better performance than similarly priced equipment from competitors. The AFG3000C Arbitrary/Function Generator Series has two 150 MHz bandwidth models: one with a single channel priced at about $4,700 and one with...

Signal Hound: From test equipment repair, to building its own

In a small, simple box, Signal Hound has put big capabilities. The small company located in La Center, Washington, has been working for years on designing and manufacturing its line of compact, lightweight USB-powered signal analyzers that offer significant abilities to analyze and record...

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