Author:OMO Release Date: Aug 1, 2017
MediaTek's tested equipment has successfully completed A-Beidou's verification using the Rohde & Schwarz test system, which is an important milestone in the history of GNSS positioning and navigation evolution. In the test instrument to support the A-Beidou equipment to verify and verify.
Rohde & Schwarz's R & S TS-LBS is a test system that can test GNSS and network-based LBS. The system consists of a R & S CMW500 used to simulate the base station and an analog GNSS signal R & S SMBV100A. The R & S CMW500 provides auxiliary positioning data for the device under test, and the R & S SMBV100A simulates the Beidou satellite signal. R & S TS-LBS can not only be used for GCF and PTCRB certification, but also can be used to do network operators for chip and mobile phone equipment, special certification.
"We are pleased to partner with MediaTek and contribute to the development and testing of A-Beidou positioning services," said Alexander Pabst, vice president of systems and systems for systems testing and measurement at Rohde & Schwarz. Schwartz has a strong global footprint in the field of test solutions, such as A-GPS or A-Glonass in A-GNSS, and OTDOA / eCID. Thanks to our partners for working closely with us, Will use innovative test and measurement solutions, from the existing system to the evolution of new satellite systems, such as A-Beidou. " If you want to learn more information,please go to electronic component distributors.
"MediaTek is committed to developing and testing the latest mobile technology and standards to drive the industry forward, and we have worked closely with Rohde & Schwarz to develop and validate LBS," said TL Lee, General Manager of MediaTek's wireless communications business unit. A-Beidou's test solution based on Rohde & Schwarz's R & S TS-LBS system and MediaTek's tested equipment to validate the A-Beidou concept verification test system, which is an exciting development in LBS technology Progress, allowing mobile ecosystems to validate the use of chips and mobile devices in new LBS technology. "