News | January 22, 2010

Willtek's Service Test System For 3G Mobile Phones Now Self-Contained

Source: Wireless Telecom Group
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Willtek Communications recently introduced the new 2261 Autotest Option for the 2201 ProLock. As part of the ProLock-based 3G test system for Service, the new option eliminates the need for an external PC to control the system. The Autotest Option is available now.

Until now, comprehensive tests were controlled through test scripts running on a PC with Willtek's remote control software from the 7310 Lector and Scriptor family. With the new option, the test scripts can now reside on the instrument itself, so a PC is no longer required. A comprehensive test system for service can thus be reduced to Willtek's 2201 ProLock with the 4916 Antenna Coupler and the 4921 RF Shield.

Matthias Schuster, Product Manager at Willtek, said, "With the new Autotest option, users now have the choice between the Windows-based Lector software and a space-saving, self-contained test system. Whichever they select, users will benefit from vendor-specified test sequences, a frequently updated coupling factor database and the capability to store test reports on a server, and all that at a good price-performance ratio."

For more information please refer to http://www.willtek.com/english/products/tt/Lector_and_Scriptor

About Willtek and Wireless Telecom Group
Wireless Telecom Group designs and manufactures radio frequency (RF) and microwave products for wireless and advanced communications industries and markets its products and services worldwide under the Boonton, Microlab, Noisecom and Willtek brands. Its complementary suite of high performance instruments and components includes peak power meters, signal analyzers, power splitters, combiners, diplexers, noise modules, precision noise generators and mobile phone testing solutions. The company serves both commercial and government markets with workflow-oriented solutions.

Under the Willtek brand, Wireless Telecom Group provides test and measurement solutions to the wireless industry – including service providers and manufacturers of mobile terminal equipment for cellular and PMR networks. Willtek delivers handheld spectrum analyzers and terminal test solutions across the world; its mobile test solutions are approved by leading mobile manufacturers. Handheld spectrum analyzers from Willtek are used in antenna and satellite maintenance, radiation measurements, and general repair.

Wireless Telecom Group is headquartered in the United States of America, in the New York City metropolitan area, and maintains a global network of Sales and Service offices for excellent, local product service and support. For more information about Wireless Telecom Group, visit: www.wirelesstelecomgroup.com. For more information about Willtek, visit: www.willtek.com.

SOURCE: Wireless Telecom Group