Signalion Adds 3GHz Support to its Remote Radio Head Test Solution RHT100
The mobile network infrastructure is changing. Traditionally, long RF feeder cables were used for the connection between the base station and the antenna. The new approach uses optical cable connections between the base station and the RRH which is normally mounted on the top of the tower close the antenna. The idea behind this is to avoid the attenuation of the long RF feeder cables and to reduce the number of cables from the ground to the top of the mast.
Signalion's RHT100 covers the radio and the optical interfaces of an RRH and serves as a compact test solution for these RRHs. The RHT100 can be used in R&D as well as in production lines to substantially reduce the testing time. Due to the integration of all necessary equipment the tester can easily be controlled over an API. This makes the integration simple into existing test environments.
"The customers like the flexibility of our RHT100", says Jürgen Zimmermann, RHT100 product manager at Signalion,"it is built on a flexible Micro-TCA platform. Hence, it is very easy to extend the functionality bound to hardware by simply adding another AMC card. Increasing the number of MIMO channels or changing the frequency range has become very simple."
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Signalion is a provider of specialized wireless products, in particular complete test solutions for wireless infrastructure manufacturers and operators. Founded in 2003, the company had introduced in the market the first LTE-Test-UE as well as the first RF module in AMC form factor. Signalion has been providing wireless test equipment for 3GPP-LTE infrastructure beside its solutions for wireless system prototyping and live demonstrations.
For more information on Signalion, please visit www.signalion.com
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