What is Vertex?
The Vertex channel emulator is an advanced test and measurement solution that simulates the effects of signal interference (also known as fading) on wireless transmissions and replicates the noise and spatial conditions of complex wireless channels. Its cutting-edge capabilities enable users to emulate a real-world RF environment in the lab, making it possible to isolate and identify performance issues early in the development cycle.
Simplify 5G Modeling
Design Radio Systems
5G & Satellite Comms
Powerful AP testing
What to Test
High-order massive MIMO, beamforming, and antenna array systems
Mesh networks with up to 16x16 independent channel models
Channel characteristics with fading in millimeter band scenarios
Real-world conditions in the lab with virtual drive testing
MIMO performance of devices in a realistic Over-the-Air environment
Cellular V2X for antenna performance and endpoint connectivity
Driving Tangible Value
What is Channel Emulation and Fading?
Radio channel emulators (also called faders) are tools for air interface testing in wireless communications. They are becoming increasingly more important as we move to 5G. Learn the basics here.
What Is Fading and Why Is it Important for O-RAN Testing?
5G Advanced Channel Modeling Brings Real-World Operating Conditions into the Lab
The Simplification of Radio Channel Modeling
Testing Satellite Communications for 5G Networks
Satellite Channel Modeling for 5G Wireless Device Testing
Features & Datasheets
Unmatched scalability and modularity
Configure to meet specific testing needs
Wide frequency range and bandwidth
High channel density in a compact space
Simple and easy-to-use graphical interface
High-speed remote programming interface
Live streaming dynamic environment emulation
Comprehensive 3D channel modeling