AT4 wireless announces the release of the Bluetooth® low energy option for its BITE RF Tester T1111
Malaga, Spain — AT4 wireless today announced that it has obtained recognition from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) for its BITE RF Test System T1111, a Bluetooth low energy RF Test Specification product.
BITE T1111 supports transmission and reception test cases as defined in the latest Bluetooth low energy RF PHY Test Specification. With this new low energy option, all required Bluetooth low energy characteristics can be verified. This allows manufactures to test prototypes in advance of the official Bluetooth specification. The test cases verify output power, in-band emissions, modulation characteristics, carrier frequency offset and drift, receiver sensitivity, C/I and receiver selectivity performance, blocking, intermodulation and maximum input signal level.
These test cases have been proven against real Bluetooth low energy products. In the verification and debugging of this new BITE T1111 Test System functionality, AT4 wireless has co-operated closely with CSR, the Bluetooth specialists based in Cambridge, England. Through the co-operation, both parties have obtained valuable insight about the RF behaviour of their Bluetooth low energy products.
“Obtaining this recognition will allow AT4 wireless to provide Bluetooth SIG members with the perfect test solution to verify and test early Bluetooth low energy products according to the latest RF Test Specification released”, stated Angel Romero, Product Manager at AT4 wireless. “To reach this goal, the invaluable co-operation with CSR was a key factor to implement this new functionality in our BITE Tester”.
“The successful development of the BITE T1111 RF Test System is one of many good signs that the eco-system to support the development of Bluetooth low energy has good momentum,” said Tim Palmer, Marketing Manager, Mobile Handset Connectivity Business Unit. “We look forward to continuing to work with the Bluetooth SIG community to finalise the required interoperability goals and enable designers to bring Bluetooth low energy products to market quickly.”
The Bluetooth low energy option for the BITE RF Test System T1111 is already available.
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