Radio frequency (RF) conformance testers are included in the scope of this study.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Conformance Tester
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of CT
We have 163 other meanings of CT in our Acronym Attic
- Computer Technology
- Computer Telephony
- Computer Terminal
- Computer-aided Tomography (less common)
- Computerized Axial Tomography (also see CAT; CT is preferred)
- Computerized Tomography
- Condensed Tannin
- Confederation Test
- Confederation Text
- Conflict Transformation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The NIST IMPI conformance tester is a Web-based system that exercises all aspects of the IMPI protocol.
AT4 Wireless (formerly known as CETECOM) is the WiMAX Forum's approved testing authority for the certification of WiMAX products and uses the picoChip WiMAX reference design as the core in its protocol conformance tester.
RF conformance testers are also included in the scope of the study The main function of such equipment is to verify if a radio implementation or physical layer implementation conforms with standard requirements
Notably, it has been selected by CETECOM -the WiMAX Forum's approved testing authority for the certification of WiMAX products - for use in its protocol conformance tester.
IVT was the first to release Bluetooth host stack and profiles source code (Bluelet(TM)) in November 1999; the first to release Bluetooth host stack conformance tester (BlueTester(TM)) in September 2000 & Bluetooth Profile interoperability testers in September 2001; the first to offer Bluetooth Class 1 CTP enabled GSM phone in December 2004.
picoChip's PHY is the de facto industry standard, and has been selected by CETECOM - the WiMAX Forum's approved testing laboratory for the certification of WiMAX products - for use in its protocol conformance tester.
In addition, Invenova Corporation contributed to the event with their protocol conformance tester.