Newsletter | November 17, 2021

11.17.21 -- Tips To Right-Size Your Wireless Testing



How To Right-Size Your Wireless Testing

Right-sized wireless testing starts with comparing and contrasting the two general types of wireless test systems: transceiver and handover. Transceiver testing means testing how radios directly communicate with one another. In handover testing, you test how antennas or access points perform with radios or handsets. Test engineers should adopt a right-sizing approach to manage trade-offs and find solutions that are the best fit for a particular situation.

Introduction To RF Matrix Switch Types And Functionality

There are many types of RF matrix switches with configurations that distribute RF signals in very different fashions. Learn the functionality of these types of switches, their advantages and disadvantages, and how to choose the best switch for each application, in this application note.

An Introduction To Programmable Attenuator Systems
A programmable or step attenuator is externally controlled with maximum attenuation ranges from 0 dB to 127 dB, in steps as small as 0.1 dB. This application note discusses the key components in a programmable attenuator system, as well as the best choices for general applications.
Wideband 8X1 LC Handover System: 50PA-1205

The 50PA-1205 is a new specially designed test system from JFW that can connect up to eight mobile devices and one AP/base station for radio-to-radio and handover testing. Operating from 30 to 6000 MHz, it features high-isolation connectivity between radios and low-loss paths from radio to base station. 

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40 GHz Matrix Switch For SATCOM And Wireless 5G Signal Routing
The JFW Model 50MS-367 is a 4 x 4 blocking matrix switch designed to operate in the DC to 40 GHz frequency range and is ideally suited for SATCOM and wireless 5G signal routing applications.
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