METUCHEN, New Jersey. - September 21, 2007 - Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc, a global leader in propagation test equipment, has been awarded an initial contract from Alcatel-Lucent of Mexico.
Alcatel-Lucent has ordered (4) WiMAX systems comprised of Gator(TM) 3.4-3.7 GHz stimulus transmitters and Coyote(TM) 3.5 GHz receiver systems as well Berkeley's latest ForeCaster mapping solution to aid in the WiMAX testing taking place in Mexico.
This contract solidifies BVS' commitment to the continual WiMAX growth that is happening around the globe. "We are pleased that we have been selected as a vendor for this 3. 5 GHz WiMAX propagation analysis equipment and software and expect further sales throughout Mexico as a result.", said Scott Schober, President & CEO of BVS.
Over the past 12 years, BVS has built and delivered thousands of Gator(TM) Class A transmitters around the world making it one of the most recognizable stimulus transmitters available. Gator(TM) customers typically point out the product's light weight, ruggedness and reliability as its strengths.
About Berkeley Varitronics Systems (www.bvsystems.com) Berkeley Varitronics Systems (www.bvsystems.com) has been providing advanced wireless solutions and products to the domestic and international wireless telecommunications industry for over 35 years. Since 1995, BVS has introduced over 50 unique wireless test devices for a variety of applications including the popular Cellular, iDEN, PCS, CDMA, RFID, WiMAX, 802.11b/a/g & Bluetooth specifications.
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