Quintech Electronics’ state-of-the-art NEXUS-3 mesh test matrix selected by a leading defense contractor to enhance RF wireless testing for U.S. Government program

Quintech Electronics’ state-of-the-art NEXUS-3 mesh test matrix selected by a leading defense contractor to enhance RF wireless testing for U.S. Government program

February 17, 2017

 

Quintech Electronics & Communications, Inc., a world leader in the design and manufacture of RF wireless test and measurement matrix switches, announced that its new NEXUS-3 Mesh Matrix product has been purchased by a leading Defense Contractor to enhance its RF Wireless Testing in support of U.S. Government activities.  

Quintech’s mesh matrices are used in research test beds to certify the design of critical communications technologies for the military.  The NEXUS-3 mesh matrix attenuator switch is available in 8, 16, 24, and 32 port configurations.  With integrated programmable attenuators, a device under test can send and receive signals to any or all other connected devices with independently controlled signal levels.  The mesh test matrix passes signals from UHF radio, 3G, 4G/LTE, and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.

“We are excited to be offering the mesh attenuator matrix with the most stringent RF specifications for communications test labs,” says Frank Elling, President of Quintech Electronics.  “The NEXUS-3 mesh test matrix provides best-in-class port-to-port isolation and minimal crosstalk.  High input levels up to 45 dB are routed with zero signal distortion.  Our Q-LAAMP lab management software platform provides an easy-to-use intuitive web browser GUI with both manual and automated sweep control of the attenuators.”  

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