Wireless network testing equipment provider Anite has announced that its upcoming versions of Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Invex II, Nemo Handy, and Nemo Walker Air will support three carrier aggregation (CA) and Category 9 devices.
Operators worldwide have been rolling out LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks with the first phase of Carrier Aggregation with two carrier components in use. The upcoming carrier aggregation with three carrier components will enable operators to reach maximum theoretical speeds of up to 450 Mbps.
For end-users this means faster access to the internet, smoother content streaming, and improved mobile services. For operators this means higher and more flexible capacity.
“Our customers need access to the latest testing technologies as soon as new features are in trials,” said Kai Ojala, CTO at Anite’s Network Testing business. “Supporting three carrier aggregation Cat 9 proves Anite’s commitment to continuous product development supporting the latest wireless broadband technologies.”
Nemo Outdoor is a laptop-based drive test solution for wireless network testing supporting all major network technologies and over 300 terminals and scanning receivers from a range of vendors.
Nemo Invex II is a mobile benchmarking, measurement, and optimization system combining powerful intuitive software and scalable hardware designed to create a superior benchmarking solution for wireless broadband networks.
Nemo Walker Air is a portable tool for indoor benchmarking and multi-technology measurements. It is an Android-based indoor benchmarking system that enables performing extensive synchronized measurements. It comprises of a master tablet and up to six test terminals connected via Bluetooth.
Nemo Handy is the world’s most widely used handheld air interface test tool providing customers with the best real-time measurement visualization on the handheld market.