Reporter’s notebook: Wireless Matrix releases mobile hotspot
Wireless Matrix releases mobile hotspot
Wireless Matrix released its Communicator 1000 mobile hotspot that integrates 3G cellular, GPS and wireless LAN technologies into a single vehicle-mounted platform. It is certified for Verizon Wireless’ EvDO Rev-A and AT&T’s HSUPA networks. It combines cellular service with Super G 802.11b/g wireless LAN technology for secure WLAN communications while a 50-channel GPS receiver provides rapid, accurate vehicle position, according to the company.
Agilent adds network analyzer options
Agilent Technologies announced that it now offers a 6.5 and 14 GHz options to its E5071C ENA network analyzer. Both the 6.5 and 14 GHz options support 2- and 4-port configurations. The E5071C’s new 2- or 4-port 6.5 GHz option features a frequency range of 9 kHz to 6.5 GHz without bias tees and 100 kHz to 6.5 GHz with bias tees. It is best suited for evaluation and testing of RF components in, for example, WLAN and WiMAX technology that uses carrier frequency up to 6 GHz. The new 2- or 4-port 14 GHz option features a frequency range of 300 kHz to 14 GHz with bias tees. It is best suited for 3GPP measurement requirements that call for evaluation of frequency characteristics in 3GPP components up to 13 GHz, according to the company.
GL Communications enhances analyzer software
GL Communications unveiled an E1 analyzer software v5.24 with new applications and enhancements for the analysis and emulation capabilities for voiceband analysis and signaling protocol analysis. The additions now include a set of new protocol analyzers: MAPS-SS7, MAPS-SS7/ISUP conformance testing, MAPS-ISDN, GSM A interface emulation, GSM Abis interface emulation, TRAU Tx/Rx testing, network surveyor and frame relay emulation.
EFJ completes P25 testing
EF Johnson Technologies announced yesterday that the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center’s Communications Technologies Center of Excellence has completed functional testing of the company’s ES Series of Project 25–compliant two-way radios.