Keysight helps OPPO upgrade Shenzhen 5G lab

September 28, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Keysight helps OPPO upgrade Shenzhen 5G lab
Focused on 5G cutting-edge technology research, building a world-leading 5G innovation base, and working together to upgrade communication lab.

Keysight Technologies has announced that OPPO, a leading mobile device manufacturer, has selected the company's 5G mobile device test systems to upgrade its 5G communications lab in Shenzhen, China.

The upgraded 5G communication lab includes three major modules: an RF lab, a protocol lab and a network simulation lab. These labs are designed to explore the mobile devices' fundamental communication capabilities and ultimate performances under different communication protocols and base stations. Keysight 5G protocol R&D testing application and channel emulation systems were selected to verify the performance of OPPO's 5G new radio (NR) design to help maintain their global leading position in advanced technology.

"OPPO is fully aware that reliability testing is mandatory before launching competitive commercial products into the market," said Cao Peng, vice president and general manager for Keysight's wireless test group. "Keysight 5G test solutions enable OPPO's engineers to efficiently conduct power consumption testing, regression testing and new feature interoperability testing, as well as emulate crowded streets and high-speed train scenarios which helps OPPO implement their 5G strategy."

Chipset manufacturers and their mobile device ecosystem use Keysight's 5G NR platform, which complies with the latest 3GPP 5G NR standards, to accelerate development, verification and operator acceptance. Keysight 5G solutions cover both Sub-6-GHz and millimeter wave frequencies for conducting and over-the-air (OTA) testing. Common development tools allow customers to share design insights at all stages of the product life cycle to speed the introduction of 5G NR products.


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