Testing A 4G Cellular Network

W5     Start Time : 11:00     End Time : 11:45

Imagine – You take a smartphone into your hand, and just want to view funny cats on youtube. Suddenly, the video buffers and stops playing… Being a cellular network base station manufacturer, makes you need to learn, what has gone wrong. In order to do that, you have various tools. Starting with a smartphone and a smartphone-simulators, going through base stations, all the way down to core network and/or its simulators. By the time you have all those elements in test lab, you encounter problems that can be seen only in field trial…

TReceive insight into such problems as:

  • Embedded SW testing
  • Complicated product
  • Complex environment
  • Reliability assurance
  • Fast time-to-market with high SW quality
  • Cellular network testing methodologies

Having described this arsenal of tools, we would also like to show you some of our strategies. These were applied for quick introductions of new products into demanding telecommunication market. We will share what challenges we coped with and how did we deal with them.

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  • Speaker

  • Wojciech Anzel - Mobility Test Architect, Nokia Networks, Poland

    Electronics Engineer by studies. After some time in image processing industry (mostly pattern recognition), found his place in Network division of Nokia. In his work, he focuses on various aspects of cellular networks. He tests signaling procedures and radio specific aspects. Working as Test Architect, he also influences overall strategies and test process.

    When he’s not testing, he stays outdoors, climbing mountains across Europe and Asia.

  • Norbert Chocko - , Nokia, Poland

    As a teleco test lead, strategy creator and a test engineer, Norbert mostly focuses on mobile wireless networks and end user devices. Not only fascinated about destroying SW and HW, he also likes to put things together and make them work. Currently in Nokia, working on embedded base station, he’s taking care both on unit under test, and the whole environment where it is operating.