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Anritsu launch The Network Installation and Maintenance Roadshow in Europe

Helping engineers face their testing challenges and develop efficiency in telecoms network maintenance

LUTON, UK – Anritsu Corporation are presenting the latest information   regarding the future of Network Installation and Maintenance to engineers at 33 events in 15 countries across Europe. These events are designed to support engineers with the ever changing topology and technologies that are being implemented in the telecom infrastructure environment. Each event takes the form of a one-day seminar and is divided into four parts designed to cover the key aspects of the latest technologies and the testing requirements needed to overcome the challenges.

The presentations at each event will cover:

  • Future Technologies of telecom network architecture
  • CPRI and RF over CPRI measurements
  • OTN & transport network measurements
  • RF Interference hunting and Over the Air measurements

With the ever changing developments in The Cloud, The Internet of Things, Machine to Machine communication, Autonomous vehicles and the advent of 5G the key topics of discussion at these events will include; Mobile Network evolution and the move away from copper, best practices for RF over CPRI measurements, the evolution of OTN test needs and testing of Ethernet links above 100GbE and changes in the RF spectrum that are driving the need for more interference hunting, including practical hints and tips from the field.

The Installation and Maintenance Roadshow will begin in Finland with events taking place from the 20th-22nd September, with the first round of the tour then moving on to Denmark, Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and Spain.

www.anritsu.com

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