Software-Defined Multi-Device Parallel Testing of Small Cells (.PDF Download)

June 30, 2016

Growth in the deployment of small cells continues to intensify the test challenges faced by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs): They need to carry out manufacturing test at higher volumes and within tighter budgets. This article describes how automated multi-DUT testing combined with intelligent sequencing enables efficient testing of small-cell devices. Specifically, it will show how small-cell manufacturers can align and verify up to four devices in parallel on a single RF channel, achieving substantial time and cost savings...

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