Wireless Telecom Group, Inc., comprised of Boonton, CommAgility, Holzworth, and Noisecom, is a global designer and manufacturer of advanced RF and microwave components, modules, systems, and instruments. Serving the wireless, telecommunication, satellite, military, aerospace, semiconductor and medical industries, Wireless Telecom Group products enable innovation across a wide range of traditional and emerging wireless technologies. With a unique set of high-performance products including peak power meters, signal generators, phase noise analyzers, signal processing modules, 5G and LTE PHY/stack software, noise sources, and programmable noise generators, Wireless Telecom Group enables the development, testing, and deployment of wireless technologies around the globe. Wireless Telecom Group is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, in the New York City metropolitan area, and maintains a global network of Sales and Service offices for excellent product service and support.


  • A key attribute that sets Holzworth Phase Noise Analyzers apart from the competition is the capability for measuring the absolute phase noise floor of each instrument. This very valuable information is critical because like spectrum analyzers, no two-phase noise analyzers are identical even if they are of the same make and model number.

  • Private networks are becoming increasingly widespread, and the performance of 5G is helping to make them an attractive choice in many applications. To help build the customized solutions needed for 5G private networks, Arm-based systems-on-a-chip give users the flexibility and performance per watt they need. 

  • Encryption maintains the privacy and security of confidential information as it embarks on potentially high-risk travel to reach its intended parties. While there are various ways to protect sensitive data, noise sources provide a truly random, simply generated means to disguise transmissions.

  • To meet 3GPP specifications, a 5G New Radio (NR) implementation must meet demanding processing requirements and RF capabilities. Compared to LTE, this results in a need for higher performing, more flexible 5G NR hardware.

  • Holzworth provides optimal channel-to-channel phase coherency with multi-channel RF signal sources. This has made for a straightforward approach to supporting the growing needs of quantum computing systems development as well as deployment of commercially available systems.

  • Defense weaponry is a mainstay on the technological frontlines, continually expanding design and performance capabilities to uphold global safety and security from adversaries with hostile intentions. Directed-energy weapons (DEWs) have garnered significant interest from various military branches and research institutions due to a myriad of operational advantages over traditional defense systems.

  • Combining the latest DSP, FPGA and RF technologies with advanced, industry-leading software, CommAgility provides compact, powerful, and reliable products for integration into high performance test equipment, specialized radio and intelligence systems, and R&D demonstrators.

  • TDD implementation requires superior synchronization and precise timing at the transmitter and receiver to avoid latency and timing overlap. Occurring within mobile devices as well as base stations, the location of components responsible for transmit/receive switching is dependent on the application and network infrastructure, and each operates at a rapid pace, typically down to the microsecond or nanosecond time range.

  • To support the advancement of satellite communications networks, test solutions must advance in tandem to analyze and validate next-gen performance. In two compelling demonstrations, Wireless Telecom Group uses unique solutions to meet the testing needs of the satellite communications industry.

  • Wi-Fi 6 is anticipated to offer greater network efficiency, increased battery life of client devices, and better operation in dense environments, among other improvements. Boonton’s USB RF power sensors with RTPP technology work with its specially designed, complementary software to deliver the measurement windows and speeds needed for accurate Wi-Fi 6 characterization.

  • Boonton Real-time Power ProcessingTM (RTPP) is a digital signal processing methodology that says goodbye to convention and hello to signal acquisition free of any gaps or latency. Let's take a look at the limitations of traditional signal processing and how RTPP paves an improved path for RF power measurements.

  • An enemy target is in sight. With its location confirmed, an extremely powerful and highly focused electromagnetic energy beam (e.g., a high-power laser) is emitted to incapacitate or destroy the adversarial force. This is the mission objective of directed energy weapons (DEW).


Wireless Telecom Group

25 Eastmans Rd.

Parsippany, NJ 07054


Phone: 973-386-9696

Fax: 973-386-9191