In the Press

RCR Wireless

Cobham Wireless is focusing on “Internet of Things” testing capabilities, and says its TM500 network test system can simulate tens of thousands of machine-to-machine devices for validating network performance for IoT applications.

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Everything RF

The TM500 Test System from Cobham Wireless now has the capability to emulate tens of thousands of Machine Type Communications (MTC) devices, sometimes known as M2M devices.

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EDN Europe

“The main driver for MTC is the widely-publicised forecast that LTE networks will be used to support the development of the Internet of Things,” said Phil Medd, Senior Technical Product Manager at Cobham Wireless.

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Defining Electronics

A live demonstration of the next-generation TM500 network tester and a prototype IoT traffic generator for 5G were both recently showcased at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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Microwave Journal

The Cobham Wireless TM500 is already the industry standard network test platform, used by all the major infrastructure vendors worldwide to validate their networks under realistic usage and loading scenarios.

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Microwaves & RF

A number of suppliers offer such solutions. For example, Cobham Wireless’s TM500 network test family is equipped to meet the needs of CA (Fig. 2).

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EE Times Europe

The Cobham Wireless TM500 claims to be the industry standard network test platform, used by all the major infrastructure vendors worldwide to validate their networks under realistic usage and loading scenarios.

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Total Telecom

The next-generation TM500 can evaluate the effect on the network of connecting large numbers of low-power, low-complexity UEs (user equipment) for MTC applications.

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TelecomTV

Jim Smith, Head of Strategic Marketing at Cobham Wireless thinks it would be too aggressive to say we should be further ahead than we are.

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Think Small Cell

I had lengthy discussion and debate with Ingo Flomer, Product Management Director of Cobham, which acquired Axell’s digital idDAS product line as deployed at Wembley Stadium and other large sites.

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