Microlease boosts its 5G test equipment

July 30, 2019 //By Julien Happich
5G test
Microlease, now part of Electro Rent, has increased its entire 5G testing inventory by investing $30 million ($10 million in the past 12 months), to serve growing demand from equipment manufacturers and mobile network operators.

For mobile network operators investing in 5G, quality of service and quality of experience are paramount. Effective testing is essential to optimise signal quality, network throughput and capacity to grow their customer base and achieve return on their investment. Testing is also important to ensure interoperability between user equipment and network infrastructure. To keep up with changing technology and evolving standards network operators and equipment manufacturers need fast, flexible access to the latest test and measurement equipment.

Microlease stocks industry leading equipment to address these issues. These include Keysight Technologies’ N9040B UXA Signal Analyzer, with a frequency range of 2Hz to 50GHz, which is available in various configurations to suit different aspects of 5G validation work. The company is also stocking the R&S FSW signal and spectrum analyser, for characterising wideband components and communications systems.

The opportunities that 5G brings come with the risks associated with stiff market competition, an evolving standard, and technical complexity. Microlease can help test equipment users mitigate these risks by ensuring they can have flexible access to the test equipment they need to both validate their designs now and make decisions about what kind of equipment they will need for the longer term.

Customers who choose to rent have fast flexible access to the latest testing technology and benefit from ongoing technical support, with free servicing and calibration. Customers who choose to buy can take advantage of Microlease’s experience in sourcing new or certified pre-owned equipment, as well as a range of financial solutions.

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