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MVG’s recent report reveals 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’ portfolio 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, it continues to meet the everchanging antenna testing and measurement requirements across different industries.

Both StarLab and StarLab 50 GHz perform passive antenna and OTA measurements to class-leading standards, their measurement speed has improved with each model upgrade and their typical dynamic range has evolved to fully support Wi-Fi, LTE and upcoming protocols.

Philippe Garreau, CEO of MVG, comments on the rise in lab-based antenna testing technology:

“We are continually evolving our StarLab technology in line with 5G testing challenges which include the usage of higher frequency bands in the absence of physical connectors. It is a compact and portable solution to in-lab OTA testing. With different versions of the product, we are able to offer our customers the right StarLab technology according to the products and antennas they are testing.” 

The STARLAB 50 GHz, by virtue of its compact & mobile features, will be on site at the IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (APS-URSI 2019) and ready to test your latest 5G antenna in development!

MVG proposes its expertise through in-house measurement services to fast growing companies, such as Isotropic Systems, not yet ready for their own system.

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“After installation and a day of training, the StarLab immediately became an essential tool in the development and connectivity testing of Parrot drones. We noticed the difference instantly.

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