Tescom MTP200B WLAN / BT LE Tester

New one-box WLAN and BT LE Tester from Tescom

Published: 21st March 2016

The new Tescom MTP200B is a non-signalling test-based WLAN or BT LE (Low Energy) tester.

Incorporating both a signal generator and signal analyser, the MTP200B is designed to provide effective and stable performance for generating and analysing WLAN and BT LE waveforms.

Ideal for use in mass production environments for testing the RF performance of products with WLAN and BT LE functions such as smart phones. The MTP200B is a cost effective solution which is easy to install and operate.

Benefits and Key Features

WLAN Test System

MTP200B’s WLAN Test System provides both analyser (ANL) mode and Generator (GEN) mode; WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/g/n standard is supported

BT LE Test System

MTP200B’s BT LE Test System provide a non-signalling based test for BT LE RF test cases defined by BT LE test standards.

Remote Control Interface

With the MTP200B’s built-in USB to serial interface, it is possible to control equipment remotely using your PC’s USB port. The MTP200B also support the GPIB interface for remote control.

WLAN and BT LE Remote Control Programme

  • Carry out automatic measurement of Bluetooth LE RF Test Cases all at once
  • Chip vendors test control software included
  • Easy to change measurement criteria and conditions
  • Display test results and save test results as an Excel file

Firmware upgrade

Firmware upgrades can be done quickly and easily through your PC using a simple upgrade programme

Total solution for production lines

The Tescom range of products includes shielded enclosures, TEM cells, antenna couplers and measurement software programmes for production automation.

The MTP200B is available from 1st April 2016.

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