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Company Overview of LitePoint Corporation
LitePoint Corporation designs, develops, and supports wireless testing solutions for developers of wireless devices and consumer electronics, contract manufacturers, and wireless integrated circuit designers. The company offers a range of testing solutions for manufacturing facilities, radio frequency laboratories, and connectivity and cellular chipsets. It offers its products for manufacturers of wireless modules and consumer electronics, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Sunnyvale, California. As of October 5, 2011, LitePoint Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Teradyne Inc.
965 West Maude Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for LitePoint Corporation
Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Senior Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
LitePoint Corporation Key Developments
Quantenna Communications Chooses LitePoint’s IQxel-MW
May 24 16
LitePoint announced that Quantenna Communications has chosen LitePoint’s IQxel-MW for calibration and verification of Quantenna’s new 802.11ac Wave 3 chipsets. Their customers now can quickly and easily achieve improved wireless performance on the QSR10G chipset platform by calibrating and verifying chip performance with LitePoint’s IQxel-MW test system with Iqfact test software. This powerful combination enables fast manufacturing product ramps avoiding lengthy test development and debugging cycles.
Lava Selects LitePoint for Innovative New Smartphone
Nov 2 15
LitePoint announced that its IQxstream cellular test platform has been adopted by Lava International Limited for testing their latest & innovative Lava Pixel V2 smartphone. With an in-house R&D and product-testing set-up, Lava has a wide portfolio of Android smartphones and is now focusing on giving Indian consumers innovative options for LTE-based devices. The Pixel V2 features a quad core processor coupled with 2GB RAM, delivering faster performance and better multitasking between apps. It sports a 13 MP rear camera with dual LED flash and an 8 MP ‘selfie’ camera with LED flash.
LitePoint Announces New, Advanced Functionality for its Cellular and Connectivity Products
Mar 2 15
LitePoint announced new, advanced functionality for its cellular and connectivity products, designed to significantly increase manufacturing efficiency and throughput. LitePoint® Factory Efficiency tools are wireless test system options designed specifically to alert a test operator of issues before they impact the line, and save time and labor related to daily maintenance. As demonstrated in customer deployments, these features can enable a test station to deliver a larger volume of devices, resulting in getting more wireless devices to market faster while reducing capital costs and factory floor space. The Factory Efficiency solution will be showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain March 2 to 5 in the LitePoint Demo Lounge. Factory Efficiency tools enable three key improvements for testing wireless devices in high-volume production environments: Fixture Health Check - Fixture Health Check increases the up-time of each test station by detecting wear-and-tear or other signal integrity problems between the tester and the device under test before these faults result in yield or test quality issues. If a problem with a test setup is detected, the factory operator is immediately notified that test station maintenance is required, and also indicates which tester connection has the fault. potentially saving several hours of lost productivity due to poor test yield and test station troubleshooting. DUT Sense - A common cause of test failure in the factory is a poor connection to the antenna(s) of the device being tested (DUT) when the device is placed in the test fixture improperly. This costs time and can result in false failures. DUT Sense detects these types of failures and alerts the operator immediately that the device being tested is not properly set in the fixture. Automatic Path Loss Calibration - Automatic Path Loss Calibration can reduce the standard test station calibration times from minutes down to seconds, and eliminates the requirement for costly external measurement equipment and specialized operators. This enables an entire factory floor of test stations to be calibrated at the same time, saving time, labor, and calibration equipment cost.
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