Mon, 11/03/2003 - 6:54am
Spirent announces a release of functionality for its AirAccess WCDMA Network Emulator. The AirAccess WCDMA system allows network operators and mobile device manufacturers to verify the performance and interoperability of WCDMA User Equipment (UE) and services using a "network in a box" solution. With its feature set and active protocol stack, the AirAccess WCDMA resembles a real network. AirAccess WCDMA helps characterize WCDMA UE performance during all stages of development and deployment. AirAccess WCDMA is driven by a GUI which gives complete real-time control over network configuration and parameters. Support of up to six cells, in a live WCDMA network environment on a tabletop is possible.. The behavior of each cell is individually configurable, allowing verification of UE cell selection and re-selection performance, in addition to call processing in a multi-cell environment; and an addition of protocol emulation required to execute 3GPP TS 34.121 Chapter 8 Radio Resource Management (RRM) conformance tests.
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