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Webinar: How to successfully install and commission NB-IoT and LTE-M modules - ensuring time-to-revenue with IoT Field testing
The availability of LTE network coverage in a customer location is not a true indication of a fully operational NB-IoT or LTE-M service. IoT devices are typically installed in remote locations such as basements and garages where the network signals are weak. Failure events and transmission repetitions often occur in poor conditions, quickly consuming the battery and even failing to connect.
By performing active field measurements with Keysight’s Nemo IoT measurement solutions, IoT integration companies, IoT service providers, and operators’ technical and sales staff can:
Validate that networks meet preliminary requirements and reliable IoT services is offered to end customers for their IoT applications
Compare and benchmark IoT modules
Keysight offers a full suite of NB-IoT and LTE-M field measurement solutions.
Nemo IoT Meter is an easy-to-use handheld measurement tool for verifying IoT service quality at customer premises,
Nemo Handy IoT edition is a professional handheld field test solution that provides operators with in-depth information of their IoT network’s key performance indicators (KPIs), and
Nemo Outdoor is for extensive, advanced field testing solution with drilldown capabilities and visualization of measurements (drive testing).
In this webinar, you will get an introduction on how to:
Ensure successful installations and speed up time-to-revenue
Actively test NB-IoT and LTE-M networks in the field
Ensure the coverage and service quality of IoT applications
Who should watch?
The webinar is intended for companies with need to understand the quality of NB-IoT and LTE-M networks, such as IoT vendors, IoT integration companies, installation companies and service providers, mobile network operators, infrastructure vendors, testing service providers and telecommunications regulators and authorities.