Universal receiver tester

  • 23-Dec-2008 04:05 EST

Averna's tight synchronization of a few nanoseconds for phase diversity applications performed on its universal receiver tester (URT) represents a step forward in the generation, capture, and playback of RF signals. With this feature, the software-defined URT can be used to test devices with multiple antennas or at different frequencies such as GPS L1/L2. This process helps automakers and in-vehicle receiver manufacturers ensure greater mobile performance for their products. Averna continually refines its off-the-shelf RF test instruments to help in-vehicle entertainment and navigation system manufacturers better respond to the demands of a sophisticated marketplace.
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