A Spirent White Paper
In February 2016, CTIA mandated Version 3.5.2 of its Test Plan for Wireless Device Over-the-Air (OTA) Performance. With this release, the test scope is expanded to add GLONASS satellite constellations as well as require A-GNSS OTA tests of all location-enabled wireless devices, including laptops, tablets, and M2M devices.
OTA testing is a critical component of the device certification process due to its ability to assess real-world antenna performance in three dimensions and reveal possible cellular frequency interference.
Read Spirent’s White Paper, A-GNSS Over-the-Air Performance Test Methodology: CTIA Test Plans and Their Implications, to learn more about:
For in-depth information on the key test areas that characterize A-GNSS antenna performance and the laboratory requirements for comprehensive testing, reference Spirent’s White Paper, A-GNSS Over-the-Air Performance Test Methodology: Antenna Performance for Location-Based Services.