Accuver, a leader in next generation wireless test and measurement solutions, today announced that its XCAL and XCAP tools can support devices based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 chipset for 5G, which supports 5G FDD mode and low-band 5G spectrum, the first in the world.
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XCAL ENDC features allows users to see LTE and 5G NR KPIs simultaneously (Photo: Business Wire)
Accuver developed its XCAL-M and XCAP-M tools for 5G in February 2018 to assist Samsung and Korea Telecom in launching the world’s first pre-standard 5G trial network during the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Now, the entire XCAL tool product line supports 5G NR with multiple chipsets and rich feature sets.
“Several mobile operators are currently relying on Qualcomm’s X55 chipset-based devices to launch their low-band 5G networks,” said Jinman Kim, Accuver Americas GM. “Accuver offers a faster time to market with XCAL and XCAP tools to readily assist with testing and optimizing their 5G networks.”
XCAL-M and XCAP-M are able to provide the following features and capabilities:
- Supports Samsung S10 & Note10 5G smartphone with Qualcomm X50 chipset and Samsung Exynos chipset
- Supports Qualcomm X55 chipset-based devices
- ENDC Features enabling users to see LTE and 5G NR KPIs (including L1 throughput and PDCP throughput) and messages simultaneously in real time
- Detailed Beamforming measurement analysis
- 3GPP Release 15 specifications compliant
- Interfaces to Network scanner for FR1 and FR2 bands from PCTel (IBflex & HBflex) and Rohde & Schwarz (TSME6 & TSMA6)
- Rich 5G NR KPI information
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Accuver is a leading provider of wireless test and measurement solutions that optimize the performance and reliability of mobile networks. Working with all major network operators, infrastructure vendors, chipset manufacturers and wireless equipment OEMs, we measure, troubleshoot and optimize network performance and wireless service delivery. This involves a seamless blend of user insight, design innovation, software development, cutting-edge engineering, and support services.