LitePoint and Movandi aim to boost 5G mmWave performance

March 05, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
LitePoint and Movandi aim to boost 5G mmWave performance
LitePoint has announced that Movandi has selected its IQgig-5G millimeter wave (mmWave) test system for design validation and production of Movandi’s latest 5G BeamX systems. Innovative wireless testing will enable fast manufacturing product ramps of 5G systems, while reducing lengthy test development and debugging cycles.

High quality network equipment and connections are vital in 5G mmWave networks due to high data rates and the mission critical nature of the networks. IQgig-5G is designed to be easy to set up and easy to use. All of the mmWave test functionality resides in a single enclosure and the system is easy to program and integrates both signal generation and analysis capability.

“Movandi is revolutionizing mmWave 5G networks by providing the complete system to enable 5G everywhere,” said Maryam Rofougaran, Co-CEO and COO, Movandi. “Our systems deliver the highest level of performance and flexibility to ensure that 5G technology can be broadly and successfully deployed in the real world. Using LitePoint’s 5G mmWave testing technology is vital to meeting our aggressive time to market and production goals to our early stage customers.”

“The IQgig-5G virtually eliminates the complexity of over-the-air millimeter wave testing and is the simplest solution for design verification and production testing of 5G mmWave products as all the required hardware is self-contained inside a single box,” said Adam Smith, Director of Product Marketing at LitePoint.

5G mmWave devices are expected to start initial production in 2019. 5G devices include base stations, small cells, and mobile broadband access points operating in the 28 GHz and 39 GHz frequency bands, all of which are supported by Movandi’s BeamX 5G RF front-end, tested on LitePoint’s IQgig-5G.

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