Anritsu introduces new software programme

Anritsu introduces new software programme

Published: 18th March 2013

Test and measurement manufacturer Anritsu has recently announced a new software programme for its MT8820C tester solution.

The MT8220C is an all-in-one Radio Communication Analyser that is the ideal solution to test LTE, 3G and 2G wireless devices. The MT8220C supports all test functions including signalling, TX parametric, and RX parametric tests.

The software programme with the easily memorable name of MX882012C-021 LTE-Advanced FDD DL CA is a next-generation mobile communications system that provides data speeds faster than LTE.

With LTE-Advanced services becoming available towards the latter end of the year, there is demand for a fast introduction of devices cables of supporting LTE- Advances call processing tests.

For further information please call +44 (0)8453 62 63 65.

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