Anite said Propsim F32, which tests LTE and LTE-Advanced devices, supports all CTIA channel model requirements (both MIMO and Transmit Diversity testing) allowing users to verify mobile devices and ensure that perform device testing compliant with the CTIA standardized MIMO OTA test plan released earlier this autumn.
Anite’s Propsim F32 incorporates up to 32 channels in a single unit, simplifying set-up and reducing cost while testing LTE and LTE-Advanced devices. Propsim F32 offers upgrade path including multi component Carrier Aggregation as well as support for frequencies up to 6 GHz enabling the testing of Wi-Fi capable devices.
CETECOM, a service provider for consulting, testing and certification that works with mobile operators and device manufacturers, already uses SAS, Anite’s interoperability and performance test solution as well as Anite’s Conformance Toolset in its labs in both the US and Europe.
Maan Ghanma, CEO of CETECOM USA, said: “We selected Anite’s Propsim F32 Channel Emulator to enable us to cost-effectively support our customers with future-proof MIMO OTA device test services.”