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Company: Candela Technologies
wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFinetworks. The CT520 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It cansupport up to 32 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MACaddress and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular AccessPoint, use a particular SSID, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA/WPA2 key assigned. More advanced802.1X authentication is also included. There is a single WiFi radio per CT520 but multiple LANforgesystems can be clustered together for more realistic radio interference patterns and increased trafficgeneration capability. The radio supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. Transmit power andchannel/frequency is configured on a per-radio basis. Most other settings are configurable per virtualstation
Company: Microtech Instruments
These generators are based on high power, low frequency BWOs combined with frequency multipliers. For example, QS1-370-T combines a BWO operating in 210-370 GHz range with a frequency tripler, extending operating frequency to 630-1100 GHz range.
IP Traffic - Test & Measure is a software testing tool that can run on any PC with Windows 98, 2000 or XP. It can generate, receive, capture and replay IP traffic, and measure end-to-end performance and Quality Of Service over any IP fixed or mobile network.
Company: PB Software
The Network and Traffic Generator and Monitor was designed to generate and monitor IP / ICMP / TCP / UDP traffic from clients to servers to stress test routers, servers and firewalls under extreme network loads. It is a very simple and fast program which can emulate true client/server activity. This application has the ability to monitor almost every aspect of network/server activities while generating traffic.
Osprey is our Forensic Test Call Generation (TCG) solution that encompasses a strategic, risk based approach to Independent Event Generation (IEG). The system uses non-intrusive independent event generators and a targeted risk based framework to generate network traffic and replicate real subscriber activities.
Emulation of FDD and TDD terminals in laboratory conditions over various 3GPP versions (R8 to R13) by simple software configurationEmulation of a core network (ePC) or connection to a real core network to validate end-to-end operationsEmulation of various services offered by operators, including voice over LTE, to validate QoEConnection to external traffic generators to simulate specific requirements