Keysight Technologies & CMCC Demonstrate Latest Emerging Wireless Network Capabilities

SANTA ROSA, CA – Keysight Technologies, Inc. exhibited with China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC) at the Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) Summit 2016, held June 27–28 in Shanghai. The six demonstration booths included test solutions for LTE-Advanced user equipment and Radio Remote Unit (RRU).

During the summit, Keysight demonstrated several key LTE-Advanced mobile features that are used to improve network speeds and coverage, including uplink carrier aggregation, uplink 64QAM, 4×4 MIMO, and high power uplink (HPUE) using the E7515A UXM Wireless Test Set. The UXM’s integrated and intuitive user interface and comprehensive LTE-Advanced capabilities were well-received by attendees.

In addition to the latest LTE-Advanced technology, the GTI summit also promoted the latest Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) advancements. Keysight demonstrated the E7515A UXM’s NB-IoT capabilities, further displaying the platform’s continuously evolving technology coverage.

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