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Anritsu to demonstrate 5G test expertise at MWC 2020

20th January 2020
Mick Elliott

Advanced solutions supporting the latest 5G standards and network deployments will be exhibited by Anritsu at Mobile World Congress 2020 in Barcelona (February 24-27). During the conference, Anritsu will highlight the key test and monitoring solutions for 5G device and application testing, Conformance Testing, C-V2X, Field Installation and Testing, C-RAN deployment, Advanced Analytics and Telco Cloud Support.

These include Anritsu’s 5G V2X solution developed together with dSPACE, for vehicle to network testing using Hardware in the Loop (HIL) vehicle simulation technology, and SmartStudio NR- astate machine base GUI to simulate 5G-NR mobile network, for fast and effective 5G device testing and verification.

The latest MT8000A 5G network simulator for 5G device/chipset R&D testing will be on show. It is integrated with Mobile Edge Compute (MEC) applications server and providing network slicing capability, to enable testing of application environments for new industry verticals.

5G Conformance Testis represented by the evolution of the ME7873x and ME7834x Anritsu conformance test systems. The ME7873NR supports RF, Performance and radio resource management (RRM) conformance testing of 5G NR non-standalone and standalone devices for both sub-6 GHz and mmWave. The ME7834NR systems support protocol conformance testing of 5G NR non-standalone and standalone devices for both sub-6 GHz and mmWave.

Also on display are the MS2090A Field Master Pro – a 5G NR field measurement tool, featuring both advanced 5G demodulation/analysis functions and Real Time Spectrum Analyser, and the MT1000A Network Master Pro - a portable easy to use test solution with 10G, 25G and 100G interfaces which accurately measures and analyses critical network performance parameters.

These include PTP, timing accuracy and latency, which allows 5G operators to ensure URLLC performance and be confident in the end-to-end quality of service.

Delivering smarter operations with augmented analytics, Anritsu’s eoMInd offers augmented analytics and machine learning anomaly detection.

Using this approach Anritsu finds problems on the network that traditional tools can’t find - and it does it in real time. Cases are raised and priority is based on the impact to subscribers, VIPs, and Corporates.

Next best actions are enriched with likely root causes transforming complex troubleshooting investigations to closed cases. Anritsu uses artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques, natural language processing and real-time streaming analytics to deliver award-winning, market-changing insights and closed-loop actions that impact customer satisfaction and reduces MTTR (Mean Time to Resolve) for smarter operations.

Anritsu says it is 5G-ready for both Standalone (SA) and Non-Standalone (NSA) modes meaning operators can assure all network slices, all industry verticals and scale up for massive device density. Enterprise customers can plan their business supported by deterministic Service Level Agreements (SLAs) while operators can assure those services, having a view of each and every slice to enable them to optimise their overall network resources.

Anritsu’s NFV closed-loop automation enables virtualised infrastructure to adjust automatically to dynamic network conditions and triggers actions to reduce troubleshooting costs and time. Increasing complexity in networks should not hinder operators in offering exciting new slices of services to their customers.

Anritsu is exhibiting at MWC2020 in Hall 6 Stand F40.

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