New Methodology Diagnoses PIM Issues without Climbing the Tower
Diagnosing and troubleshooting PIM problems is an expensive and time consuming exercise. It not only requires hours of resources but also degrades QoS since the site has to be shut down. The problem is exacerbated by new bands such as FirstNet introduced into LTE networks that make the RF environment more conducive to PIM. During this webinar, we will explore a new PIM diagnosis methodology that eliminates tower climbs and reduces system down time by as much as 90%. This new methodology can provide multi-band PIM diagnosis using live cellular traffic. It quickly determines internal or external PIM and provides a distance-to-PIM analysis all while the network equipment is live, resulting in sites becoming free of PIM faster using standard RF PIM hunting techniques.
In Passive Intermodulation Analyzers
PIM Testing: Which frequency band test set should I use?
Passive Intermodulation (PIM) test equipment is available in a variety of frequency options to support wireless system testing.
PIM Master MW82119B Overview Demonstration
With the Site Master option included, the PIM Master is able to fully certify cable and antenna system performance, measuring PIM, Distance-to-PIM, Return Loss, VSWR, Cable Loss and Distance-to-Fault with a single test instrument.
Introducing PIM Master MW82119B with Site Master Capability
Introducing PIM Master B, passive intermodulation, rugged design and enhanced portability enables both PIM and line sweep testing at the top-of-the-tower, helping operators to achieve maximize RF performance from their LTE Remote Radio Head (RRH) in
Automating in-building Wireless RF Testing for Maximum Reliability
Automation of the field RF testing process can dramatically reduce common testing errors, cut testing time up to 90%, virtually eliminate mislabeled traces, and greatly reduce rework and the resulting engineering involvement.
PIM Hunter Demonstration
How easy you can locate PIM within a few centimeters
Instructor Led Training
Learn how to do the job right the first time