CL Development Line supports your NFC product development from the beginning.
The CL Development Line is a new cost-effective product line for NFC development testing that identifies error causes in NFC communication at an early stage. Especially during the integration of NFC chips and antennas, surrounding materials interfere with the NFC field and cause performance problems.
CL Development Line is a modular system consisting of different hardware and software components as well as unique antennas and accessories that can be configured to match your particular test case.
No More Interoperability Issues with eSIMs and Profiles!
On the World eSIM Summit last February 2019 in Brussels, COMPRION presented a unique test service. This independent service helps eUICC manufacturers and MNOs by testing real eSIMs and profiles against each other, thus detecting and resolving compatibility issues in time.
5G & eSIM: Failure Is Not an Option!
This is the motto of German test solutions provider COMPRION for this year’s Mobile World Congress where they are presenting test concepts for 5G and eSIM. These make sure that products, services, and projects using these relatively new technologies experience a successful rocket launch and do not flop.
Due to the recently granted validation of the EMVCo 3.0 PCD digital tests on UT³ Platform, the latter has become the only tool worldwide for all terminal conformance tests at EMVCo Level 1. Thereby it is possible to run all contactless (analog and digital) and contact-based (electrical and protocol) tests that are necessary for type approval on a single hardware.
This combination is only available from COMPRION. EMVCo test labs accredited for terminal approval as well as terminal manufacturers preparing an approval benefit from that because they need to buy and operate only one system.
Comprion employee Andras Talas, who is also the responsible editor of the GlobalPlatform OMAPI Test Specification, was honored with the GlobalPlatform Star Award in the category “Going the extra mile.”
Thanks to his efforts, this specification was ready in time to be referenced by the GSMA in the TS. 27 NFC Handset Testbook. Thus, it is integrated in the NFC Device Certification according to GCF and PTCRB.
Two new GCF work items. Tests become part of GCF certification criteria.
The mobile network standardization body 3GPP introduced two new features – PSM (Power Saving Mode) and eDRX (extended Discontinuous Reception) – minimizing power consumption of IoT devices and extending their battery power up to ten years. In IoT applications such as container tracking, intelligent meters, or agriculture sensors, the devices do not need to send or receive data continuously.
Oliver Wruck, Director MNTS at Comprion, explains: “Being an important member of the mobile ecosystem, we felt the need to test the UICC interface for devices that support PSM and eDRX in order to prevent unpleasant surprises when the devices go live in mobile networks.“