Discrete and Process Automation

Wireless Telecom Group showcased specialized solutions for RF, microwave and 5G testing at IMS 2022

24 June 2022

Wireless Telecom Group Inc. showcased its latest products and technologies that enable the development, test and deployment of next generation wireless communications and connectivity during the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2022, held June 19 through June 24 in Denver, Colorado.

Product demonstrations highlighted the company’s specialized solutions for radio frequency (RF), microwave and 5G testing. In addition to exhibiting innovative products and in-booth demonstrations, the company helmed two technical sessions focused on cost-effective, high-performance test solutions and 5G private network design.

Demonstrations at IMS 2022 featured Boonton true average RF power sensors operating at the industry-fastest rate of 100,000 measurements per second and high-performance RF signal generation with lightning-fast frequency switching speed, which is vital for frequency agile radar and communications applications. The Noisecom demonstration underscored the importance of additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) and how controlled interference can be used to test system performance under real-world conditions, with results analyzed by industry-leading RF power measurement instrumentation from Boonton.

Robust and customizable hardware, software, and reference design solutions from CommAgility were also on display, enabling specialized 5G and LTE applications.

Holzworth highlighted broadband, low phase noise signal generation and real-time phase noise analysis with proven accuracy, high reliability, automation and flexibility. For multi-channel applications, Holzworth featured its multi-channel platform that achieves optimal channel-to-channel stability and phase coherency.

Wireless Telecom Group technical experts hosted two sessions in the exhibit hall’s IMS MicroApps theater, focusing on 5G’s vital role in private network design and signal generation solutions. Paul Moakes, CTO of CommAgility, presented the session, “5G Private and Non-Terrestrial Network Design,” exploring the advantages of using 5G for private networks, Release 17 features for non-terrestrial networks and system design considerations. Bob Buxton, product manager of Boonton, presented the session, “High-performance or Low-Cost Signal Generation: Why Accept That Trade-Off?”, which explored how to achieve low phase noise and fast frequency switching speed in a low-cost signal generator.

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