Mobile Device Test Pouch

Isolate mobile devices during OTA Tests

Complete your mobile device test system for wireless protocol compliance with SFi’s Wireless Technologies Testing Pouch. The conductive bag enhances test equipment performance by attenuating mobile device signals that could interfere with results. The radio technologies testing pouch enhances performance-oriented testing to verify the network equipment meets operators’ need as well as ability to work in real-world conditions. (1)

 

rfi shielding for mobile devices

Select Fabricators’ Wireless Technologies Test Pouch allows the test engineer full access to a mobile device through the RF shielded mesh window. This feature provides hands-on manipulation as well as visual inspection during the testing cycle. Location based services testing including E911 can be conducted due to the pouch’s ability to contain a device’s RF signal which prevents carrier network access.

SFi’s Radio Technologies Testing Pouch efficiently helps to test LTE, UMTS, CDMA and EV-DO devices:

  • Highly conductive pouch provides shielding of – 80 dB at 500 MHz to 6 GHz (2)
  • 16″W x 21″L
  • Double layer NovaSelect™ silver/copper/nickel fabric
  • Rollover closure with conductive hook and loop fastener
  • Unique plate designed specifically for radio access test systems includes
    • (1) USB Coupler Filtered
    • (5) SMA Female Bulkhead
    • (1) 1000pf DB9.
  • Window touch screen allows for mobile device manipulation within the flexible test box.
    • Double layer mesh: 12″L x 16″W
    • Flexible foam insert fixture

Test protocols that need carrier network access suppression include VoLTE, MIMO, location-based services, and E911. SFi’s Wireless Technologies Testing Pouch is compatible with LTE technology testing systems including Aeroflex, Agilent Technologies, Anite, Anritsu, Azimuth Systems, JDSU, National Instruments, Rohde & Schwarz and Spirent Communications. (3).

Notes:
1. Nelson, Rick, “Evaluating Cellular Evolution”, Evaluation Engineering, March 2012.
2. SE measurements are made at a one-meter distance from the source.
3. Aeroflex, Agilent Technologies, Anite, Anritsu, Azimuth Systems, JDSU, National Instruments, Rohde & Schwarz and Spirent Communications are all wholly owned copyrights and trade names of these respective companies. Use of their names does not imply or directly endorse any of Select Fabricators, Inc.’s products.