Tessco adds Anritsu ICT test equipment to line-card

Tessco (NASDAQ: TESS) recently announced an agreement to distribute test and measurement equipment from Anritsu as part of the Anritsu Advantage program.
Anritsu adds one-button test feature to Network Master series Tessco will distribute the full range of Anritsu products, including the Site Master cable and antenna analyzers, Spectrum Master spectrum analyzers, LMR Master handheld analyzer, BTS Master base station analyzers, ACCESS Master OTDRs, and Network Master multi-layer network test platform, among others. These solutions can be used by an audience of thousands of customers across the wireless ecosystem during network deployment, installation and maintenance. Tessco’s dedicated Solution Architect for test equipment will also ensure Anritsu’s products are expertly integrated into a variety of solutions for a broad range of customers.   “The addition of Anritsu to Tessco’s robust wireless product portfolio and customer network is a great fit for all stakeholders, especially our mutual customers,” said Tammy Ridgley, Tessco's vice president of commercial product marketing. “Anritsu’s wide RF test offering and strong name recognition, combined with Tessco’s broad customer base and unmatched services offering, makes for a powerful partnership.” Anritsu's product offering includes wireless test equipment for the full range of 2G, 2.5G, 3G, 4G, and 5G telecommunications, as well as current and next generation 3GPP, 3GPPs, and IEEE standards including 1xEV, GMS/GPRS, W-CDMA, HSDPA, 802.11, and 802.16. Anritsu also has a portfolio of digital and optical test solutions for wireless and wireline applications. “Anritsu offers a broad portfolio of field test solutions with significant advantages for field technicians and engineers responsible for the operation of today’s wireless networks. Our agreement with Tessco provides an excellent channel for us to provide our market-leading instruments to users to help them maintain existing networks as well as ensure the successful rollout of 5G,” said Paul Innis, Vice President and General Manager of Anritsu Company.

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Tessco (NASDAQ: TESS) recently announced an agreement to distribute test and measurement equipment from Anritsu as part of the Anritsu Advantage program.

Tessco will distribute the full range of Anritsu products, including the Site Master cable and antenna analyzers, Spectrum Master spectrum analyzers, LMR Master handheld analyzer, BTS Master base station analyzers, ACCESS Master OTDRs, and Network Master multi-layer network test platform, among others. These solutions can be used by an audience of thousands of customers across the wireless ecosystem during network deployment, installation and maintenance. Tessco’s dedicated Solution Architect for test equipment will also ensure Anritsu’s products are expertly integrated into a variety of solutions for a broad range of customers.

Anritsu adds one-button test feature to Network Master series

“The addition of Anritsu to Tessco’s robust wireless product portfolio and customer network is a great fit for all stakeholders, especially our mutual customers,” said Tammy Ridgley, Tessco's vice president of commercial product marketing. “Anritsu’s wide RF test offering and strong name recognition, combined with Tessco’s broad customer base and unmatched services offering, makes for a powerful partnership.”
Anritsu's product offering includes wireless test equipment for the full range of 2G, 2.5G, 3G, 4G, and 5G telecommunications, as well as current and next generation 3GPP, 3GPPs, and IEEE standards including 1xEV, GMS/GPRS, W-CDMA, HSDPA, 802.11, and 802.16. Anritsu also has a portfolio of digital and optical test solutions for wireless and wireline applications.
“Anritsu offers a broad portfolio of field test solutions with significant advantages for field technicians and engineers responsible for the operation of today’s wireless networks. Our agreement with Tessco provides an excellent channel for us to provide our market-leading instruments to users to help them maintain existing networks as well as ensure the successful rollout of 5G,” said Paul Innis, vice president and general manager of Anritsu Company.

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