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Testing modern MIMO Wi-Fi and LTE radios

1/26/2012 02:47 PM EST
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Maitrey
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Maitrey   1/28/2012 12:17:55 AM
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They use programmable Attenuation boxes to simulate real world interference.

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Kinnar   1/27/2012 11:45:39 AM
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Measuring device are also becoming very sophisticated that they can give very good analysis of the DUT, this MIMO measurement technique is really very interesting, It really made me reading further in the direction.

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Luis Sanchez   1/26/2012 9:39:03 PM
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I didn’t know that new LTE mobile phones used MIMO… thus this mean that they use more than one antenna? Up to four? That is interesting. So, how do the mentioned test chambers allow the “far field” layout?

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JanineLove   1/26/2012 2:55:28 PM
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