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Innovator in antenna testing technology, Microwave Vision Group (MVG), has reported a 44% upturn in order intakes of its highly accurate lab-based, multi-probe antenna test and measurement system, the StarLab*.

Part of its ‘Little Big Lab’ range of compact and portable testing equipment, StarLab is one of the most comprehensively designed products of its kind having undergone over 15 years of proactive regeneration in order to continually meet the antenna testing and measurement requirements of a range of different industries. Performing both passive antenna and OTA measurements to class-leading standards, its measurement speed has improved with every new model and its typical dynamic range has evolved to fully support WiFi, LTE and upcoming protocols.

*Order intakes upturn comparing 2017 and 2018 year on year

Open House Seminar: Advancing OTA Testing / Research Challenges and Solutions for Connected Cars

Wireless connectivity has become a key strategic axis for automotive companies. A disruptive competitive landscape challenging the product life cycle of vehicles, requires innovation, speed and reliability in wireless connectivity research, development, and testing.

Together for the first time, MVG and TU Ilmenau / ThIMo (Thuringian Center of Innovation in Mobility) offer the opportunity to gain exclusive insight into automotive Over-The-Air (OTA) testing & measurement through a seminar covering valuable best practices and high-level problem-solving skills in this field of expertise.

IoT & OTA Testing, Yes You Can! - MVG launches the MiniLAB l 6 GHz OTA

With Internet of Things (IoT), the connected society is becoming a reality. MVG, at the Forefront of 5G Wireless Connectivity, is pleased to announce the launch of MiniLAB | 6 GHz OTA, making IoT and OTA testing more accessible than ever!

MVG launches StarLab 50 GHz, revolutionizing 5G OTA testing offerings

MVG reveals its latest innovation of the “Little Big Lab” product range: StarLab 50 GHz, the world’s first multi-probe antenna test & measurement system capable of testing the high frequency ranges up to 50 GHz. As 5G is emerging into new industries and applications, MVG, the industry leader in antenna test and measurement, has developed the StarLab 50 GHz, in order to rapidly

respond to market needs in terms of high-frequency testing, hence meeting the 5G testing challenges. Merging its trusted technological expertise in both the Telecom and Aerospace &

Defense markets, MVG leverages its vast experience in products traditionally geared for A&D markets for the new high-frequency 5G applications. This new approach guarantees efficiency, accuracy and fast time-to-market for customers.

MVG at the Forefront of 5G – Connect with Us at EuCAP

The promise of 5G and internet of things (IoT) is a future in which an inconceivable number of everyday devices are connected with incredible speeds. The development of 5G will radically change the wireless technology: 50 times faster than the current 4G, it requires an Over-The-Air testing and also extends in the Millimeter Wave fields. As industry leader in antenna test and measurement, MVG’s goal is to deliver the cutting-edge technologies and products that enable manufacturers to innovate and evolve with the various standards, including every step of their 5G go-to-market strategies, from R&D to production.

MVG-ORBIT/FR Adds Dual-Axes AZ/EL Medium Duty Positioners to its Performance Series Rotary Positioners

MVG-Orbit/FR, established manufacturer of advanced positioning systems for the antenna measurement industry, presents one of its newest product lines: the AL-438X AZ/EL medium duty positioners.

Huf to Save Time & Money with MVG’s EMC Solution

The Microwave Vision Group (MVG)’s Partnership with Amplifier Research (AR) has enabled automotive component company Huf North America to obtain an overall turnkey solution.

Electromagnetic Exposure Simulation Software

Worldwide, the telecommunication regulatory bodies are paying more and more attention to human exposure to RF emissions. EMF Visual  software, already a reference in the industry, offers reliable and fast calculations. It simulates levels of human exposure to electromagnetic fields in 3D, taking into account the realistic environment. It's major update is launched at EuMW 2016 in London.

5G: MVG highlights its innovative near-field Active Antenna Systems measurement technology at CTIA 2016

Active Antenna Systems (AAS) are receiving increasing attention as a component for the upcoming 5G cellular networks. MVG has developed a technology to measure AAS Base stations in Near-Field.


MVG launches EMC Dual Ridge Horn Antenna for Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) testing

The Microwave Vision Group (MVG) has used its expertise and experience in antenna design to develop a new innovating line of antennas for the Electro-magnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing market, more specifically for Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) testing. These antennas enable more accurate test results and allow detection of lower level emissions. The new line of EMC Antennas will include a biconical antenna, a log-periodic array, a log/biconical hybrid, and several dual-ridge horns to cover various frequency bands from 20 MHz to 40 GHz applicable to various EMC product standards. Additionally, MVG will add a rod antenna and a loop antenna to cover EMI testing from 9 kHz to 40 GHz.


MVG will be presenting its new line of absorbers at IEEE EMC 2016 in Ottawa, ON, Canada

The Microwave Vision Group (MVG), which has been serving the RF and EMC communities for 30 years, will be presenting its new product, the HyPyr-LossTM Ultra Hybrid Absorbers, at IEEE EMC 2016 from the 25th to the 29th of July. IEEE EMC 2016 is the perfect place for MVG to launch the HyPyr-LossTM Ultra Hybrid Absorbers as it is the must-attend event for EMC engineers of all levels and specialties. The IEEE EMC Symposium provides knowledge and tools that help engineers address electromagnetic environmental effects and electromagnetic compatibility.