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E6701B GPRS Lab Application

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Key Features & Specifications

  • Real-time logging of inter-layer and peer-to-peer messages including developer´s proprietary messages (raw data only)
  • Selectable and powerful triggering, filtering, and search capabilities of logs
  • Traffic overview summarizing logged message information decode view for viewing individual bit fields with labeling for each message
  • Viewing of raw data in either hex, decimal, or binary form
  • All the capability of the E1964A GPRS mobile test application
  • Worldwide service and support


The E6701B GPRS lab application for the 8960 Series 10 wireless communications test set provides end-to-end connectivity testing and verification of real-life application scenarios to validate new wireless device designs quickly and accurately. This lab application, designed specifically for wireless device development, is affordable enough to put on every design engineer's bench!

The E6701B gives R&D engineers a network emulator with RF measurement capability on their bench allowing them to quickly troubleshoot and validate GPRS wireless device designs. The flexible, comprehensive protocol analysis and data channel of the test set provides R&D engineers with the tools needed to accurately evaluate and verify a device's signaling functionality, IP performance, and user experience. These enhanced capabilities make the 8960 Series 10 wireless communications test set (E5515C) one of the most advanced instruments available today.

Data devices have vastly increased protocol messaging and higher demands on their hardware design, compared with earlier voice-only phones. It is also necessary to have real data flow on a device to test receiver capability, as well as its data throughput under different conditions. The E6701B provides the same IP data connection to the Internet pioneered by the E6701A GPRS lab application (introduced in October 2001). It then adds a long list of customer-requested features: the ability to trigger external instruments off of protocol events; support for SMS; Packet Broadcast Control Channel (PBCCH); advanced protocol analysis; and many other protocol extensions.