Mobile communications integrated testet (Mint) supplied to TTA, the first GSM laboratory in Korea - one of the most active countries for cellular technologies
Centro de Tecnologia de las Comunicaciones (Cetecom Spain), provider of wireless test solutions, has supplied Mint (mobile communications integrated tester) to TTA (Telecommunications Technology Association), the first GSM laboratory in Korea.
This will allow TTA to offer the widest range of testing services to mobile phone manufacturers in Korea.
Cetecom has already delivered the validated Mint RF conformance tester with quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 GSM/GPRS/Edge/AMR testing capabilities according to Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB) criteria.
The system has already been commissioned and it is currently fully working at TTA.
Andres Moreno, telecommunications director at Cetecom Spain, said: "We are very pleased to have a Mint system fully operative in Korea, one of the most active countries for cellular technologies, and specially at TTA facilities, a key organisation and test house always at the edge of this high demanding industry".
Inmyoung Jeong, director, Mobile Communication Testing Center at TTA commented: "TTA installed Cetecom's Mint RF system in July this year and has been using it as a GCF and PTCRB conformance tester for three months without any problems.
"Now I am very satisfied with Mint, which has wide test coverage and stable functions".