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Need to verify your location based service (LBS) applications based on A-GNSS, OTDOA and eCID? Rohde & Schwarz offers the most comprehensive test solutions

Need to verify your location based service (LBS) applications based on A-GNSS, OTDOA and eCID? Rohde & Schwarz offers the most comprehensive test solutions

29.09.2015

Rohde & Schwarz offers a wide range of testing solutions for all aspects of LBS testing, including protocol conformance, minimum performance and OTA. Applicable from development and production to installation, the solutions support the positioning techniques and protocols deployed by mobile network operators.

LBS is a growing market segment. These services are used to determine the location of a mobile device designed for commercial or emergency services applications. The device’s exact position can be found quickly by satellite-based, network-based or hybrid positioning techniques.

Checking the weather forecast during breakfast or finding your way through rush hour traffic are just two examples of apps that allow smartphone users to benefit from location based services. The R&S®SMBV100A vector signal generator meets the testing requirements for characterizing GNSS receivers. The scalable, flexible and fully automated R&S®TS-LBS test system provides complete test LBS coverage, from R&D to conformance.

Check out our Positioning & Navigation test solutions and stay informed.

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