Whether you are a reverse logistics and refurbishment company or a mobile operator, creating an effective test strategy will help maximize the possible financial windfall from the launch of 5G. Refurbishing 4G devices for resale and ensuring the operability of returned 5G UE requires test solutions that have key features. Watch this video for an overview of the top four you should be considering, and a demo of the Anritsu’s solution that meets the needs of the reverse logistics facilities, including saving benchtop space, cost and time.
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