Second-generation WiGig test solution from LitePoint

Second-generation WiGig test solution from LitePoint

Published: 14th June 2018

Similar to its popular forerunner, LitePoint’s IQgig-RF Model B is an easy-to-use, fully-calibrated one-box Over-the-Air (OTA) test system.

The Model B extends its frequency coverage to 70 GHz, and is capable of 802.11ad and ay signal generation and analysis. The Model B can also be configured with up to four test heads that enables efficient multi-DUT parallel testing.

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LitePoint IQgig-RF 802.11ad & ay (WiGig) Device Tester

802.11ad & ay (WiGig) Device Tester

IQgig™ is a high performance, comprehensive, physical-layer test solution tailored for 802.11ad and ay (WiGig) modules.

Find out more about LitePoint IQgig-RF 802.11ad & ay (WiGig) Device Tester

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