Anritsu Corporation has launched a new efficient solution integrated with a hardware platform from HEAD acoustics for evaluating the voice and audio quality of 5G VoNR devices.
With this new development, Anritsu and HEAD acoustics are now able to provide the complete solution together for Voice/Audio quality evaluation for all cellular technologies comprising of 5G SA VoNR, 5G NSA VoLTE, 4G VoLTE, 3G and 2G.
“It’s important for Anritsu to contribute to the performance measurement of the wireless devices as required to ensure the confidence of the industry in the new technologies, like 5G VoNR.” Hiroyuki Kato, Director, Mobile Solutions Div., Anritsu Corporation, adds, “We’ve got a long experience in Network Simulators & have the confidence of the leading chipsets and devices manufacturers; today, our 5G simulator MT8000A and SmartStudio NR software, because of its performance, stability and ease of use is also able to contribute in the key area of VoNR audio quality testing with the help of the key collaboration with HEAD acoustics. “
“We are very proud that with the compatibility to the Anritsu solution, we can offer our customers another way to test and optimize the communication quality of 5G-enabled devices,” said Christian Schüring, sales manager Telecom at HEAD acoustics GmbH.
Anritsu’s 5G Radio Communication Test Station MT8000A and SmartStudio NR software with its easy-to-use GUI to simulate a 5G communications environment, now supports HEAD acoustics’ labCORE hardware platform and ACQUA measurement analysis software.
This enables users with an effective and complete test environment for evaluating the 5G VoNR quality of user devices.
With its built-in easy-to-use GUI and versatile functions for changing parameters, Anritsu’s SmartStudio makes it easy to control measuring instruments without any complex settings and operations to simulate 2G to 5G base stations and core networks by functioning as an easy call box.
Users can execute GUI-based terminal evaluation and performance tests without needing to create test scenarios. At voice and audio-quality evaluations, flexible setting of network conditions makes it easy to reproduce the evaluation environment, playing a key role in efficient analysis. Due to support for external control, users can configure an automated environment matching their test system.