May 11, 2006
New, easy-to-use, two-way radio test
software highlights Booth # 959 at IWCE
May 17-19, in Las Vegas
General Dynamics C4 Systems'
Communications Test Equipment (CTE) business is introducing a
powerful new automated test application for its market-leading R2600
line of communications system analyzers.
The new QuickTest software runs on
a standard PC and works with any manufacturer's two-way radios,
performing critical transmitter and receiver performance tests in a
fraction of the time it takes to perform the same tests manually.
With QuickTest, a typical radio test can be completed in less than 5
Demonstrations of the new QuickTest
software will highlight General Dynamics’ display in Booth 959 at
the IWCE 2006, May 17-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Complimentary exhibit hall passes
for IWCE – a $65.00 value – are available.
to download your IWCE 2006 Exhibit Hall Pass.
Jeff Porter, General Manager of
GDC4S Satellite and Microwave products, said, "Our new QuickTest
software enhances the ease and use of CTE's R2600 Series
communications systems analyzers. QuickTest provides explicit
prompts, convenient help screens, and clear pass/fail indicators to
allow even non-technical personnel to fully test two-way radios -
freeing technicians to do actual repairs. In addition, test results
are automatically time stamped and stored to a log file which
includes the radio's serial and model numbers in a readily
searchable CSV format," Porter added.
"QuickTest clearly sets the
pace for fast and efficient two-way radio testing."
General Dynamics' CTE business
sells a complete line of communications test equipment for analog
and digital, conventional and trunked radios and radio systems. For
subscriber repair of traditional two-way radios, or testing and
aligning a complex digital system, General Dynamics has a product to
meet your needs.