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November 24, 2011

Anite’s development toolset supports extensive LTE Multi-RAT testing

Device and chipset manufacturers can validate their LTE Multi-RAT implementation in a test environment at a very early stage on host

By CBR Staff Writer

Wireless device testing technology provider Anite has introduced its Development Toolset (DT) offering that supports extensive LTE (Long Term Evolution) Multi-RAT (Multiple Radio Access Technology) testing.

Anite’s Development Toolset is a comprehensive suite of tools that supports the entire wireless device development ecosystem, from pre-silicon protocol module development through to systems integration and verification, said the company.

With Anite’s Development Toolset, device and chipset manufacturers can validate their LTE Multi-RAT implementation in a test environment at a very early stage on host as well as on a more traditional target test platform.

The Development Toolset allows to perform complex LTE Multi-RAT Circuit Switched Fallback (CSFB) scenarios, which provides voice support on LTE networks in the early stages of LTE deployment and also Packet Switched Handover (PSHO), which offers the ability to perform sustained data transfer across LTE and legacy networks.

Anite product director Paul Beaver said the availability of LTE Multi-RAT functionality in Anite’s intuitive and flexible Development Toolset means that chipset and device manufactures can develop complex LTE Multi-RAT tests, thereby achieving higher productivity and shorter development time scales.

"With these features in Development Toolset, manufacturers can transform their test programmes to make them truly comprehensive and extremely versatile. Vendors can be sure that Anite’s Development Toolset is removing risk from the development process and accelerating LTE device maturity," said Beaver.

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