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RF Testing Services

Wireless Interference

Interference can be caused by fluorescent lights, garage door openers and unlicensed radios. This interference can reduce data rates and Quality of Service on 4G LTE networks. There are many other sources of interference as well.  These interruptions can impact the newly available and re-farmed, 5G networks too.

  • Wi-Fi Design and Instillation.
  • Cellular Coverage Solutions. 
  • Public Safety Coverage Solutions.
  • Pre and Post RF Data collections and analyzing.
  • Provide Acceptance Package for WSP approvals.
  • Select the right systems to serve you needs. 
  • Troubleshoot interference to include DAS, SMC and DRAN sytems
  • Fiber Troubleshoot and splicing  

  UE-based mobile network performance test   

RL2LLC is a full One-Stop-Shop for resources  for all the Major Cellular providers. We have preformed Pres-Data and Post-Data collation on many indoor systems. 

  • Distribution Antenna System 
  • LTE, 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth™  measurements

    • Extensive application testing 
    • Powerful real-time visualization of measurement data 
    • Multi-device testing managed by Engage+™ or SeeHawk™ Studio
    • Advanced playback, troubleshooting, and reporting

    Public Safety Testing

     Wireless communications are mission critical for public safety organizations and first responders. Driven by new applications, interoperability needs, and coverage requirements, public safety communications are facing a complex convergence of technologies, including 4G LTE cellular, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Land Mobile Radio (LMR), and GPS or other Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). The next generation of public safety communications equipment must support a wide variety of applications, including live video streaming, situational information, navigation, and asset tracking. Initiatives such as FirstNet’s National Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) in the United States envision widespread adoption of LTE technology to enable these new applications and ensure interoperability between jurisdictions, including those currently using older technologies such as P25. Meanwhile, regulatory agencies worldwide are looking to fill gaps in public safety network coverage, particularly in in-building environments. In the U.S., an increasing number of local jurisdictions are requiring buildings to comply with coverage requirements based on National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) or International Fire Code (IFC) standards.