Calibrations Meeting Highest Industry Standards Ensure Test Equipment Delivers Accurate Results to Ensure 5G System Compliance — Anritsu Company announces it has expanded its accredited calibration services to include calibration of 5G Frequency Range 2 (FR2) to ensure customer equipment is compliant with industry standards, including 3GPP. The new 5G FR2 calibrations apply to the Anritsu New Radio RF Conformance Test System ME7834NR and 5G NR Mobile Device Test Platform ME7873NR test systems and provide test houses, certification laboratories, and other facilities with high confidence that the test equipment they use to certify the performance of 5G systems meets industry standards. Anritsu offers complete wireless system accredited calibration services to ensure measurement accuracy of test equipment used to verify wireless systems. In addition to 5G FR2, Anritsu provides accredited calibrations for 5G Frequency Range 1 (FR1) and legacy test systems. The calibration services can be performed on a wide variety of test equipment. Calibration of 5G and legacy test equipment is performed on-site at customer locations. Additionally, all Anritsu U.S. facilities are accredited and offer other calibration services on many Anritsu solutions. All Anritsu calibration services are performed by experienced, factory-trained service technicians equipped with industry-leading resources and meet the requirements of the highest standards, including ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1/Z540-3.

ET Docket No. 21-352 – By the Acting Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology:

The Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) conditionally approves thirteen entities to operate automated frequency coordination (AFC) systems to manage access to 6 GHz band spectrum by standard-power unlicensed devices: Broadcom, Google, Comsearch, Sony Group, Kyrio, Key Bridge Wireless, Nokia Innovations, Federated Wireless, Wireless Broadband Alliance, Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA), Qualcomm, Plume Design, and RED Technologies.  This conditional approval begins the next phase of the process toward full commercial operations.  As these thirteen entities continue to develop their AFC systems, the next step in the approval process will entail testing to verify that they operate following the Commission’s rules.  Testing protocols are still under development and more information will be provided in future releases.  OET will approve for commercial operations those AFC systems that successfully complete testing.

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