Testing in the lab can reduce time and money over testing in the field. A lab-based approach also enables the testing of a broad range of conditions not easily or readily available in ‘the real world’ for example new or yet-to-be-implemented network features.
Such simulation tests have become an integral part of many mobile network operators’ device acceptance programmes. SAS – Anite’s easy-to-use network simulator solution – enables you to quickly evaluate devices in the integration or interoperability testing phase. The first product of its kind to be launched, it remains the market-leader.
SAS accelerates the time to market new devices in a cost-effective way and offers:
The broadest 2G/3G/LTE test coverage for the device approval schemes of Tier-1 mobile operators, such as AT&T, T-Mobile (USA) and Verizon
The simplest graphical user interface, which requires minimal user training and also supports automated test creation
A unique ability to import cell configuration data from live network logs in order to create ‘real-life’ test scenarios for debugging and related purposes
Advanced capabilities for device applications and performance/benchmark testing
Fully automated test environment, including support for AT commands and external applications such as robot, camera, USIM
The SAS video gives you an overview of Anite’s Interoperability test solution.
For a detailed look at key features and functionality, please contact us and ask to see the SAS Screen Capture Video.
Interoperability Testing SAS fact sheet (236KB PDF)
Anite’s new data performance testing solution
LTE promises an enhanced user experience, with data speeds on a par with fixed-line broadband. Anite’s SAS addresses the need to assess the data performance of LTE devices before these reach mobile network users. The internal baseband fading capability, endorsed by both leading American and Asian mobile operators, enables existing users to add fading technology to their test systems as a software upgrade. This is a cost effective option for users that want to address the latest performance test requirements with their existing products such as data throughput testing for network operator acceptance test plans.