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Satellite Show 2022

Wireless Telecom Group | Booth 243


As the number of low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites continues to increase, ground stations must contend with escalating noise floors and complex RF interference challenges.

An in-booth demonstration will highlight how to test for system robustness and resilience in the presence of this interference by generating controllable and sophisticated noise signals to test an amplifier to its noise tolerance limits. In addition, time division duplex (TDD) is pivotal for 5G satellite communications networks due to its optimizations to spectrum management, but success hinges on rapid uplink/downlink signal switching that maintains reliability and precision.

A second demonstration will capture the swift performance of TDD pulses with leading test instrumentation to enable next-generation high-performance satellite communications.


Satellite Solutions:
Amplifier Noise Tolerance & 5G TDD Network Timing
Demonstration Overview


Satellite Solutions
Demo 1: Amplifier Noise Tolerance


Satellite Solutions
Demo 2: 5G TDD Network Timing

Capabilities and solutions emphasized across both demonstrations include:



CommAgility is the go-to partner for customization and modification at all levels of a 5G private network to address specific customer needs, and to adapt to requirements outside
the 3GPP specifications.  Learn more in our  5G New Radio Capabilities Guide.


Noisecom has a depth of experience unmatched in the industry and works closely with technical end users to find the right product for their application with both off the shelf and customized solutions. This experience and close links to customers and markets has led to the development of noise generators and broadband noise modules specifically designed for the RF signal paths in satellite applications up to 110 GHz.

Learn more how Noisecom can help in our Satellite Communications Testing Solutions Guide.


Demonstration Overview
Product Demo
The demonstration sends data over a simulated satellite network utilizing products from Boonton, CommAgility, Holzworth, Microlab, and Noisecom.


Part 1:
Signal Generation
Part 1 of the test set-up begins with the user equipment (UE) connecting to the eNodeB to transmit data over a simulated satellite network.


Part 2:
Signal Transport and Impairment
Part 2 of the test set-up utilizes a variety of Microlab products to combine, condition, and distribute the two signal paths generated in Part 1.


Part 3:
Signal Monitoring and Analysis
Part 3 of the test set-up receives, monitors, and analyzes the transmitted signals that were sent through the simulated satellite network.