Livingston to host mobile and fibre optic test seminars in Berlin

Test equipment sourcing specialist Livingston is set to host two new seminars in support of its growing German customer base. These will take place in late February, at Justus-von-Liebig-Str. 7, Berlin.
The first event, to be held on Thursday, 23rd February, is organised in association with Anritsu. This will provide attendees with information on the different test and metrology tools required for effective deployment of next generation mobile communication infrastructure. Topics such as antenna installation, measurement methods, measurement theory and antenna positioning (fibre-to-the-site and fibre-to-the-feed) will all be covered, as well as practical demonstrations using Anritsu’s latest Site Master able/antenna analyser model.The second event, to be held on Thursday, 24th February, concentrates on the installation of fibre optic networks. This will discuss fundamentals optical theory, fibre optic measurement (using OSA, OTDR and loss test equipment), plus channel power measurement techniques.
“These seminars give Livingston the opportunity to address some of the important challenges currently facing both the wireless and wire-line communication sectors,” states Oliver Lanz, Sales Director of Livingston Germany. “They will prove invaluable as an information resource for field engineers, engineering managers and subcontractors who are involved in the roll out of emerging network technologies, allowing performance of newly deployed infrastructure to be maximised.”

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