Anite Demonstrates Unique Lab-based Mobile Ad-hoc Network Testing Capability at Milcom 2013

 Anite Demonstrates Unique Lab-based Mobile Ad-hoc Network Testing Capability
                                at Milcom 2013

  PR Newswire

  FLEET, England, November 18, 2013

FLEET, England, November 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Propsim solution enables realistic and repeatable testing of up to 32 VHF/UHF
                   tactical radios in emulated environment

Anite, a global leader in wireless equipment testing technology, today
announced that it has enhanced its unique Propsim Mobile Ad-hoc Network
(MANET) testing toolset to offer an even higher level of emulation capability
for realistic testing of tactical communications equipment under fading
conditions. Users are able to perform more precise and repeatable testing
related to functionality and interoperability as well as access a ready-made
set of scenarios for tactical radio and MANET testing.

Performance verification of a mobile ad-hoc network involves sophisticated
evaluation of numerous independent and time varying links between radios.
MANET integrators and radio equipment manufacturers test these crucial radio
links in dynamic radio channel conditions including path loss, multi-path,
Doppler and propagation delay. Based on the Propsim radio channel emulator,
Anite's Propsim MANET testing toolset allows the user to emulate any network
topology in a laboratory environment. This advanced lab-based testing approach
simplifies and speeds up testing, leading to a more cost-efficient way of
verifying performance.

Propsim's unique capacity to support as many as 32 radios enables efficient
testing of critical security features in any military band, enabling rigorous
mission planning. Originally launched in 2012, the Propsim F32 is the only
radio channel emulator with the capacity to test up to eleven VHF/UHF radios
in full mesh configuration where each radio directly communicates with any
other radio in the network. Anite's toolset offers automated testing, quick
and easy setup and intuitive definition of test parameters.

"Anite's enhanced lab-based Propsim MANET Testing Toolset enables developers
to quickly and easily verify the performance of VHF/UHF tactical radio
equipment in an emulated real-world environment", says Paul Beaver, Products
Director at Anite. He continues, "Significant time and cost savings can be
made by conducting a large part of the radio equipment testing in the lab
instead of in the field."

Anite will be demonstrating its Propsim MANET testing tools and Nemo network
testing and optimisation solutions at Milcom 2013 in San Diego18-20 November,
2013.

About Anite

Anite provides a comprehensive range of critical IT solutions to the Wireless
and Travel sectors across the globe. Listed on the London Stock Exchange,
Anite develops and implements software as well as provides consultancy,
systems integration and managed services to ensure that our customers operate
effectively and securely. By using the latest technologies to deliver quality
and cost-effective solutions, Anite meets customers' specific requirements and
realises tangible results for its clients.

Anite offers industry leading device and network test solutions for an
enhanced end-user experience. Its rigorous and intuitive test solutions
accelerate new device launches and ensure optimised network performance. As a
global market leader with over 20 years' experience, Anite provides
cutting-edge technology to a wide range of customers including device, chipset
and network equipment manufacturers, mobile operators and test houses. Anite's
key partners rely on its expertise and highly flexible, reliable test
solutions.

Headquartered in the UK, Anite has offices in 16 countries across Europe,
America, Asia and the Middle East. For more information, please visit
http://www.anite.com

For further information ,  please contact:

Karolina Eklund, Anite, Tel: +44-(0)1252-775245, Email:
karolina.eklund@anite.com

Matt Humphries, Babel PR, Tel: +44-(0)207-434-5550, Email: anite@babelpr.com
 
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