Lite Point I Qxstream Meeting the Femtocell demand

Meeting the Femtocell demand

Published: 25th November 2015

Of the 1000x mobile data growth expected in the next five years, at least 80% will come from indoor locations.

With this rapid growth in demand for femtocells in both the residential and office environments, how do you keep pace with demand, lower your costs, and meet your time-to-market goals?

To address the emerging small-cell base station market, LitePoint, the leader in wireless test, has developed the IQxstream, a multi-DUT test solution.

The IQxstream single-box integrated tester is ideally suited for cost-efficient femtocell and small-cell manufacturing, ensuring the quality end-users expect from their paid data subscription service.

Benefits of IQxstream:

  • Simplicity of a single-box integrated solution
  • Industry proven for highest-quality cellular testing
  • Reliability and performance for high-volume manufacturing
  • Highest throughput with multi-DUT testing
  • Lowest overall cost of test

IQxstream is ideally suited for high-volume femtocell manufacturing test. These small-cell base stations are typically designed for indoor use in residential or office environments, in order to connect users to the network via an available broadband connection.

IQxstream will help you grow your production capacity along with this emerging small-cell market by delivering the speed, performance and scalability you need to ramp up quickly and lower your cost of test.

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