02.05.2008 08:34 AM
Audemat adds three new features to NAVIGATOR DVB measurement product

Audemat has added three new features to its NAVIGATOR DVB mobile measurement unit. Designed for use by mobile TV operators and DVB-H receiver manufacturers, these include mobile trace, reference design validation and data export to simulation software.

The mobile trace feature allows mobile TV operators to test and implement a mobile campaign. The NAVIGATOR DVB evaluates the performance of the RF part of the device and is able to compare it with the calibrated receiver of the measurement equipment. The reference design feature allows testing and validation of new devices using DVB-H chip sets, allowing R&D teams to perform real-world measurements and make sure their product is in compliance with performance goals. The data export to simulation software is designed to allow users to export their mobile campaign results to any coverage simulation software.



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