Dyaptive Systems has announced the availability of EVDO/eHRPD and LTE (News - Alert) network interworking and performance test capability on the DMTS-Series platform.
Vancouver-based Dyaptive Systems develops, sells and supports load and performance test equipment for 1xRTT, 1xEvDO, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+ and LTE base station manufacturers and network operators around the world.
The Dyaptive DMTS-9200 eHRPD/LTE simulation system is offered on the expandable DMTS-Series platform that also supports code division multiple access (CDMA) -- EV-DO Release 0, EV-DO Revision A -- UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, according to compan
With DMTS-9200, testers can simulate single and multiple mobile-terminal behaviour to test eNodeB implementations and system behaviour. Moreover, the framework of DMTS-9200 f framework enables users to test eNodeB scheduler behaviour under complex mobile terminal call model scenarios.
Company officials said that the Dyaptive eHRPD option allows for performance and load testing of both eHRPD and LTE access networks connecting to a common packet core (EPC) network.
"The Dyaptive DMTS-Series platform is again proving to be the most cost effective, flexible and easiest to use 3G/4G test solution for development, verification and lab engineers." said Joe Sutherland, president and CEO at Dyaptive Systems.
Dyaptive's DMTS-9200 Network Tester offers test performance of multiple Radio Access Technologies (RAT) networks; end-to-end network system-test capability; delivers instrumented, feature-rich data applications such as Voice-over-IP (VoIP); supports multiple, simultaneous users with remote access.
Additionally, it also provides high scalability and density, supporting from 1 to 64 RF sectors and simulating up to thousands of active mobile terminals, according to company officials.
Company officials said that the DMTS-9200 Network Tester also supports IPv4 and IPv6 data flows; mobile-terminal initiated Quality of Service (QoS) with instrumentation; enhanced multi-flow packet application (EMPA); robust header compression (RoHC); and EAP-AKA authentication for eHRPD personalities.Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi