Mobile WiMAX Field Test and Maintenance
Installing and maintaining 4G communications systems such as WiMAX are becoming increasingly complicated with the shift to higher frequencies and wider bandwidths. As these networks are deployed it becomes extremely important to properly test these systems to offer optimal performance and service to subscribers, in order to drive adoption and growth of WiMAX services.
In this web seminar you will learn how to test key drivers of WiMAX base stations to maximize your infrastructure potential and ensure your end users connection experience.
1. WiMAX Technology Overview
2. Why test WiMAX transmitters in the field?
3. Power Measurements and signal quality measurements
4. Over the air and coverage measurements
Who should attend?
Field engineers, technicians, and supervisors involved in deploying and testing WiMAX networks, as well as managers with purchasing responsibility for field equipment.
Length: 45 min. presentation/15 min. Q&A
Emilio Franchy, Product Manager, Anritsu Company
Emilio is a Product Marketing Manager in the Field Solutions Business Unit of its Microwave Measurement Division of Anritsu Company in Morgan Hill, CA. He has more than 13 years of varied experience in the RF and microwave instrumentation arena, including Base Station testing, mobile testing and network optimization for CDMA, TDMA, GSM/GPRS/EDGE and WCDMA networks.
Vaidya Venugopal, Product Manager, Anritsu Company
Vaidya is a Product Marketing Manager in the Field Solutions Business Unit of its Microwave Measurement Division of Anritsu Company in Morgan Hill, CA. He has over seven years of experience in the handheld RF and microwave test instruments arena. Before joining the Product Management team, Vaidya was a Senior Firmware Engineer in charge of developing applications in the BTS Master and Cell Master products. He holds a BSEE from Annamalai University, India, a MSCE from University of Memphis and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
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