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BVS to unveil new dual-band transmitter at WiMAX World

Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc, continues to Clarify RF by
releasing the latest reptile in the growing family of stimulus
transmitters used around the globe for drive-study analysis.

The engineering team at Berkeley will showcase the Tortoise a high
power stimulus transmitter containing ultra-clean, Class A amplifiers
for simultaneous, dual-band independent transmissions from one
portable unit. Quad cooling fans keep Tortoise cool, while the
internal dual amplifiers simultaneously transmit up to 45 watts each
allowing for more efficient drive-studies to be conducted within two
distinct bands. Tortoise is easily controlled directly from the
unit’s top panel or through the ethernet, USB or RS-232 ports using
the supplied remote control PC software. The unit has built-in
over-voltage protection, forward and reverse power measurement as
well as internal and external temperature measurements. Unique to
the Tortoise will be an optional WiMAX modulator allowing users to
simulate a WiMAX network when used in conjunction with the
YellowFinWiMAX Analyzer.

“Like a live tortoise which can live up to 150 years, Berkeley’s
Tortoise is designed for ruggedness and longevity.” says Scott
Schober, President/CEO.

Visit http://www.bvsystems.com for complete Tortoise specifications,
artwork, screenshots and a downloadable whitepaper. And be sure to
stop by our Booth 210 at WiMAX World 2008 in Chicago, IL on Oct. 1
and 2.

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