Companies test advanced 3TX tech with 5G verification station.

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  • Anritsu Corporation and MediaTek have verified Advanced 3TX technology with Anritsu’s MT8000A 5G Test Station.
  • This technology enhances upload speeds for users, catering to the growing demands of live streaming, video sharing, and video conferencing.

Article Summary:

Anritsu Corporation and MediaTek have collaborated to verify Advanced 3TX technology using Anritsu’s MT8000A all-in-one Radio Communication Test Station. This technology is featured in MediaTek’s M80 5G Modem and provides a flexible test platform for ultrafast, large-capacity 5G communications. The 3TX technology supports sub-6GHz and mmWave RF tests, as well as protocol tests for developing advanced 5G technologies. The demand for uplink performance is increasing with activities like live streaming and video sharing, making this 3TX approach crucial for enhancing upload times for users.

The Advanced 3TX technology utilizes a combination of one uplink transmission of 1CC with FDD SISO and two uplink transmissions of 1CC with TDD 2×2 MIMO in 5G sub-6GHz Standalone, achieving top uplink speeds. This breakthrough in mobile wireless capabilities will be demonstrated at MediaTek’s booth at MWC2024, showcasing how 3TX technology improves user upload and streaming experiences with faster speeds compared to 2TX.

Anritsu will provide its MT8000A 5G Tester as a working Base-station Emulator for call connection in 3TX, while MediaTek will test its T830 platform. This collaborative effort aims to address the evolving needs of consumers seeking real-time experiences and sharing capabilities. Overall, the verification of Advanced 3TX technology marks a significant milestone in the advancement of 5G technology and its application in improving user experiences.

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