Cellular analyser automates signal strength measurement for M2M/IoT

September 12, 2018 //By Nick Flaherty
Cellular analyser automates signal strength measurement for M2M/IoT
UK test equipment maker Siretta has launched a cellular analyser that can help boost the reliability of machine to machine (M2M) networks in the Internet of Things (IoT).

The SNYPER-LTE Graphyte enables users to log cellular signal strength over long periods of time to determine the most suitable mobile network operators (MNOs) for a particular location where cellular equipment will be deployed. 

Many M2M and IoT applications use cellular networks for communication, with GSMA Intelligence forecasting almost a billion cellular connected devices by 2020. SNYPER-LTE Graphyte helps installation engineers and project managers to select the most reliable network for each location and to carry out all post-deployment analysis. Measuring cellular signal strengths over lengthy periods no longer requires anyone to be present, thanks to this sophisticated yet easy-to-use new signal analyser that can be left unattended after its initial set-up.

The SNYPER-LTE Graphyte measures signal strength for 2G, 3G and LTE networks, either individually or simultaneously. Another key feature of the SNYPER-LTE Graphyte is that it does not require a SIM to carry out cellular surveys, this being in difference to some of the existing SNYPER Family.

“The SNYPER-LTE Graphyte is the first of its kind to enable multiple surveys to be logged sequentially, automatically and unattended,” said Stephen Sydes, managing director at Siretta. “The SNYPER-LTE Graphyte allows the user to set up cellular signal strength logging, as a background task, for up to 500 surveys and up to a week’s worth of data, freeing them up to concentrate on other priorities. This has to have efficiency and productivity benefits for both the individual user and their companies.”

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