LitePoint, a leading provider of wireless test solutions, delivered a presentation on its 5G sub-6GHz and mmWave test technologies, as well as next-generation test solutions at the 5G Forum on September 29 in Taipei.
The Digitimes-organized 5G Forum was designed to bring together the leading companies in the 5G ecosystem and advance 5G applications.
"The opportunity to connect with the top minds in 5G Industry is invaluable," notes Richard Hsieh , vice president, World Wide Sales for LitePoint. "The 5G Forum has consistently provided LitePoint a platform to discuss technology roadmaps, connect with colleagues on progressing 5G development for wider applications and gain perspective from the world's leading 5G manufacturers."
During the 5G Forum, Middle Wen, product manager, presented materials that highlight a few 5G device ecosystem updates, the physical layer changes, and the test solutions and the advantages it delivers to customers.
In addition, LitePoint demonstrated IQgig-5G and its ability to support all 5G FR2 frequencies within a 23-45GHz range. IQgig-5G is a fully integrated, versatile multiband mmWave non-Signaling test solution, ideal for Beamforming Characterization, Beamforming Verification, RF Calibration and Antenna Measurements.
"We thank the Digitimes for again recognizing LitePoint's important contributions to 5G ecosystem and inviting us to be part of this significant meeting," said Richard in summary. "We look forward to continuing our valuable work and to enabling our customers' competitiveness."
IQgig-5G is a fully integrated, versatile multiband mmWave non-signaling test solution, first of its kind to support all 5G FR2 frequencies within a 23-45GHz range. Its one-box design makes it simple to set up, use, maintain and trust that you will make reliable measurements when characterizing or manufacturing your 5G devices. For more information, visit www.litepoint.com
LitePoint shared 5G test solutions at 5G Forum 2020
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