LUTON, UNITED KINGDOM – Anritsu Corporation has signed a distribution agreement with AR Benelux, a leading provider of test and measurement solutions for EMC, Satcom, RF/µwave for the telecoms and defense industries. Under the terms of the new agreement, Anritsu’s test equipment will now also be available in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands through AR Benelux.
Anritsu Corporation has launched a new 2x2 MIMO Measurement Software MX886200A-010 option for its MT8862A Wireless Connectivity test set, allowing it offer support for evaluating 2x2 MIMO WLAN equipment.
Anritsu Corporation has released three new software packages, which the company says expand the measurement standards supported by the Universal Wireless Test Set MT8870A, for fast and fully automatic testing in accordance with the IEEE 802.11ax test specifications.
Anritsu has released a Variable ISI MU195020A-040/041 option for upgrading the emphasis function of the pulse pattern generator (PPG) in the Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A series, along with the USB Link Training Software MX183000A-PL022 for USB3.0/3.1 receiver test.
LUTON, UK – Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of innovative test and measurement solutions for advanced and converged networks, today announced that they have signed a distribution agreement with Comtec Cable Accessories Ltd, a leading provider of components, equipment and services for the telecoms and datacoms industry. Under the terms of the new agreement, Anritsu’s industry-leading test equipment will now also be available in the UK through Comtec.
Anritsu has introduced the MP1900A signal quality analyser, a next-generation bit-error rate test (BERT) platform designed to meet the test and measurement requirements driven by cloud and data centre operators.
The new instrument is the successor to the MP1800A, which has been on the market since 2007. Back then telecom operators and carriers called the shots. Now the data centre and storage vendors are moving the market in new directions and influencing test requirements at all levels in the value chain, from operators through to the chip and module manufacturers.
Anritsu has launched the BERTWave MP2110A series, which is optimised for inspecting 100Gb/s multi-channel optical modules. The BERTWave MP2110A is an all-in-one bit error rate tester and sampling oscilloscope used to evaluate optical modules, including 100 Gigabit Ethernet, InfiniBand EDR and 32G Fibre Channel.
Building upon its capabilities in both wireless and wireline test equipment, Anritsu has developed a comprehensive test solution that helps mobile operators to ensure the proper installation and operation of the fronthaul component of their LTE networks.
Adoption of Centralized-Radio Networks (C-RAN or Cloud-RAN) has been on the rise as operators are busy increasing bandwidth of mobile communications networks to keep up with ever-increasing demand brought about by the explosive growth in mobile data traffic.
Anritsu has launched the BERTWave MP2100B, an all-in-one test set with integrated bit error-rate tester (BERT) and sampling oscilloscope, designed for testing optical modules in research and production environments.
The MP2100B is the successor to the company’s popular MP2100A. Supporting up to four channels rather than two, the instrument provides more efficient evaluation of multichannel optical modules.
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