CTIA, Wi-FI Alliance Agree On Cell Phone Testing

Sept. 20, 2006
The Wi-Fi Alliance and CTIA(R)- The Wireless Association have combined on a test document for laboratory tests that provide RF performance mapping for cell phones in a mixed-network environment. The test program is designed to drive the widespread ...

The Wi-Fi Alliance and CTIA(R)- The Wireless Association have combined on a test document for laboratory tests that provide RF performance mapping for cell phones in a mixed-network environment. The test program is designed to drive the widespread adoption of Wi-Fi/mobile convergence, providing detailed information about the performance of a Wi-Fi radio in a converged handset. The comprehensive testing program provides detailed measurements on key parameters, including transmit power, receive sensitivity, emitted power, and desensitization in the dual-mode environment. Testing for the program will be conducted in top-tier independent laboratories authorized by CTIA and Wi-Fi Alliance. For more information on the CTIA, visit: www.ctia.org. For more information on The Wi-Fi Alliance, visit www.wi-fi.org.

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