IoT can be described as the “wild west” of the RF world as it is an expanding frontier with a diverse array of technologies and multiple standards from different organizations, bringing challenges for embedded developers. However, it’s crucial that developers have confidence in their chipsets, modules, end devices and networks, especially in the RF domain where environments significantly change once they reach the end user. RF testing provides a means to develop and produce high-performing IoT devices.
This webinar will focus on conducting RF measurements for an IoT device using network simulators, and includes 5G, LTE, NB-IoT, Cat-M, wireless LAN (WLAN), V2X, Bluetooth and Zigbee.
Test topics include the following and more:
- Transmit power, frequency and modulation measurements
- Receiver sensitivity and error rate measurements
- Carrier Aggregation / MIMO
- Signaling and Non-Signaling measurements
- Coexistence Testing
- Manual and Automated testing
- IP Data Throughput
Brian Davis, Market Development Manager, Anritsu Wireless
Brian has over 20 years of experience in the wireless communication industry holding various positions in engineering and management at Motorola, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Zyray Wireless and Broadcom. Throughout his career he has worked in areas of hardware and software development, systems and product deployment and technical sales. In his current position at Anritsu Brian handles sales, business and market development for wireless test and measurement products for the Americas Sales Region, specializing in product lines for mobile (5G NR, 4G LTE, 3G/2G), IoT including WLAN & Bluetooth® and Signal Generators and Analyzers.
Brian holds a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University and an MBA from Colorado State University.