ETS-Lindgren and Anritsu partner on Wi-Fi 7 test

ETS-Lindgren and Anritsu partner on Wi-Fi 7 test

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

ETS-Lindgren is gearing up to optimize their products using the MT8862A Wireless Connectivity Test Set from Anritsu to capitalize on the revolutionary advancements brought forth by Wi-Fi 7 (IEEE802.11be).

As one of the first-to-market Wi-Fi 7 systems available, users now have a proven test system for performance verification testing of wireless devices in accordance with IEEE Standard 802.11be.

IEEE 802.11be, Wi-Fi 7 is a significant leap forward in wireless technology, introducing features such as 320 MHz channels, Multi-link Operation (MLO), 4K QAM, 512 Compressed Block Ack, and Multiple RUs to a single STA. These innovations translate into tangible benefits, including two times increase in throughput, deterministic latency, enhanced efficiency, greater reliability, a 20% boost in transmission rates, reduced transmission overhead, and improved spectral efficiency.

Anritsu offers the MT8862A Wireless Connectivity Test Set to evaluate RF TRX characteristics of Wi-Fi 7 devices. This test set uses data-link layer communication protocols to control the signal per data rate, allowing RF evaluations to be performed at all major WLAN standards, including Wi-Fi 7, at all data rates. This capability is essential because WLAN signal quality characteristics vary with each data rate.

ETS-Lindgren offers a diverse range of test chambers within its AMS family; standout models such as AMS-8050 and AMS-8900 are strategically positioned to facilitate thorough testing of Wi-Fi 7 capabilities in wireless devices. Working with Anritsu to leverage the groundbreaking capabilities of Wi-Fi 7, ETS-Lindgren is proactively aligning itself to provide forward-looking test services and products. The utilization of the MT8862A Anritsu Wireless Connectivity Test Set for Wi-Fi 7 OTA testing, specifically for TRP and TIS, is a key highlight. ETS-Lindgren is committed to assisting manufacturers in certifying and optimizing the performance of devices and networks in accordance with the new Wi-Fi 7 standards.

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