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Alignment improved

Aeroflex releases software to provide test and alignment support for Motorola XTS-5000 radios.

Aeroflex has released software which provides test and alignment support for Motorola XTS-5000 radios. According to the company, the software allows users of its 3900 Series instruments to test and align radios automatically with minimum user intervention.
The device connects directly to the radio via USB or RS232 connection and controls the radio without the need for a separate computer, speeding test and alignment. In addition, radios are aligned to a much higher standard.
• Meanwhile, Aeroflex has selected CommAgility’s AMC-D4F1 module for use in its TM500 LTE Test Mobile platform. Each AMC-D4F1 module includes four 1.2GHz TMS320C6455 dsps and a Xilinx Virtex-4 FX fpga.

Graham Pitcher

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