EMITE OTA Test Platform Approved by Verizon for 5G-NR RF OTA Test Cases

The Emite H‐Series 5G CATR OTA Test Platform has now been approved by Verizon Wireless for their 5G-NR RF OTA Test Plan. The approval comes after a 3‐month laborious evaluation with other key players. Test Labs, OEMs and interested parties can now select and purchase the test platform and start intense 5G testing services.

Telecom Carriers, Device Manufacturers (OEMs), Test Labs, and Chipsets Manufacturers, use EMITE 5G Test Platforms for FR1+FR2 testing worldwide, and can now use them also for running Verizon 5G NR RF OTA Test Cases and submit official results to Verizon.

According to David A. Sánchez Hernández, Partner, Founder and CEO of EMITE Ingeniería, this is a very important breakthrough for the company. The ability to independently test 5G devices and combine the platform with different instruments in a fully automated manner with simultaneous operation in both FR1 and FR2 and a unique gNBe smart control represents the state of the art in 5G OTA testing, and Verizon has just rewarded such quality with an approval after a lengthy and meticulous evaluation.

The 5G explosion is expected to happen in 2020, and all players are working hard for getting ready for this new “industrial revolution”. EMITE is working on addressing the right investments and technological advances every year, keeping in mind that competition is fierce in this market segment.

EMITE Ingeniería, S.L. is a high‐tech company, spun‐out from the Technical University of Cartagena (Spain). It designs, develops, manufactures and commercializes OTA Test Systems for performance, compliance and pre‐compliance testing of any 2G to 5G standards and pre‐standards worldwide, including 5G, LTE‐A and WIFI. Headquartered at the Fuente Álamo High Tech Park in the Region of Murcia (Spain) and with distributors in 25 countries, test house show rooms in America, Asia and Europe, and both national and international awards, EMITE OTA Test Systems are used worldwide by carriers, OEMs, test labs, regulatory authorities and many others around the wireless ecosystem.