The rusty bolt effect: why Passive Intermodulation testing is becoming globally relevant
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The rusty bolt effect: why Passive Intermodulation testing is becoming globally relevant

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4G LTE is driving the change in terms of testing requirements

Anritsu was founded in 1895 in Japan under the name of Sekisan-sha and then established as Anritsu Electric Corporation in 1931. With approximately 4,000 employees in twenty countries and sales volume surpassing 94,000 million yen, Anritsu is now a global company offering a wide array of cutting edge products and services in the R&D, manufacturing, sales and maintenance of testing and measurement instruments for the telecom industry.

We had the pleasure to meet and speak with Thomas Bell, Senior Product Manager for Anritsu, at the Mobile World Congress this year and get a snapshot of how network evolution is changing the way carriers need to test their equipment.


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