PCTEL and iBwave to Establish Testing for In-Building Wireless Network

Published Date : Sep 01, 2015

PCTEL, Inc. PCTI, +2.05% a pioneer in Performance Critical Telecom arrangements, declared today that its SeeHawk Touch information gathering and investigation programming has been incorporated with iBwave Mobile Planner and iBwave Mobile Note. Architects can now plan and test in-building wireless systems all the more proficiently, without leaving the field. The coordinated android-based framework flawlessly gathers information, breaks down the outcomes, and aides the system configuration process. SeeHawk Touch gathers information from PCTEL's IBflex® filtering beneficiary by means of bluetooth.

It shows scanner information progressively for introductory examination. iBwave Mobile Planner gives more detailed examination, including prescient mapping and outline apparatuses. The consolidated procedure permits specialists to make quick appraisals and conformities on location. The Senior Vice President and General Manager at RF Solutions, named David Neumann PCTEL’s stated that with SeeHawk Touch, iBwave clients obtain entrance to PCTEL's filtering collector information, including Wi-Fi. Filtering collectors convey exceptionally exact designing estimations that cell phones do not provide. 

The clients of SeeHawk Touch will profit by iBwave's industry-driving forecast models for wireless systems, as per Neumann. iBwave Mobile Planner and SeeHawk Touch  complement one another well as stated by Dominque Gauthier, the Chief Technology Officer at the iBwave. Gauthier further added that exact information and significant presentation results engage architects to outline the best system conceivable. PCTEL and iBwave have teamed for a two-section webinar arrangement. 

Going through an In-Building Project Lifecycle elements expense sparing strategies for proficient venture administration and genuine display of how the recently coordinated arrangements streamlining in-building wireless testing. The organizations will likewise display a joint workshop in December at DAS & Small Cell Congress, Europe at Munich.