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Key Features & Specifications

  • Portable over-the-air (OTA) 5GTF measurements for base station downlink multi-path and multi-cell environments
  • Modulation analysis of downlink primary and secondary synchronization signals (P-SS and S-SS)
  • Scan results of key performance indicators (KPI’s) including Cell ID, Channel Power, P-SS, S-SS, Sync Correction (%)
  • Inter-RAT handover optimization for overlapping 5G and LTE network cell selection and re-selection resource management
  • Configurable display with up to four windows including table, bar chart, magnitude spectrum, and strip chart data formats
  • Supports record, recall and playback of data with geo-location information for post analysis (CSV or KML file formats)
  • Requires spectrum analyzer mode (Option 233 on combination models), GPS Receiver (Option 307) and CPU2 processor; also recommended but not required, preamplifier (Option 235) to enhance receiver sensitivity
  • Available as a post-purchase upgrade


When deploying base stations (macro, micro and pico cells) in urban areas, problems can arise such as the base station insufficiently covering the intended area or energy spilling outside of the designed boundary. This can cause “pilot/reference” pollution, missing neighbors, and handover failures. FieldFox’s (OTA) 5GTF measurement application can differentiate cell information transmitted over-the-air from a single base station transmitting multiple carriers at multiple frequencies (up to eight component carriers). Users can measure and display control channel power, Cell ID and channel signal qualities and gain insight into network utilization and capacity. By integrating OTA with real-time spectrum analysis (RTSA) and spectrum analysis, RF engineers and technicians can dive deeper into network problems such as co-channel coverage, co-channel interference, and neighbor list optimization.