New Wi-Fi Positioning Access Simulator

By on 22 June, 2010
Spirent has released the GSS5700 Wi-Fi Positioning Access Point Simulator. The product is used to test wi-fi positioning capabilities in enabled devices and chipsets.
According to the manufacturer, the product is the industry’s only lab-based instrument for testing Wi-Fi positioning. Its software allows real-world test scenarios, including simultaneous simulation of up to 48 Wi-Fi access points in the lab.
The GSS5700 can be combined with Spirent’s GPS and multi-GNSS Simulation Systems to test hybrid Wi-Fi and GPS/GNSS technologies.
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