Wireless Engineering

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Rapid developments in the wireless industry have put enormous pressure on equipment manufacturersí R&D teams to keep up with changes in specifications, new feature development and maintenance of existing products.

Our Wireless Application Development Experience:

The well-defined and proven processes of our Maintenance and Sustenance offering combined with our experience working with both legacy and current wireless systems like GSM, UMTS, LTE, Wifi, and Wimax help our customers reduce this pressure without compromising their new product roadmap and SLAs. HSC's Product Engineering services offering encompasses both software development and project management services, delivering turnkey software to our customers in cutting edge technologies like Wireless Mesh, Millimeter Wave (mmWave), LTE-A MIMO, Carrier Aggregation and SRVCC.

Wireless Engineering Services Architecture

Our Wireless Testing Experience:

Managed by an independent team, our Testing and Validation offering covers all aspects of product validation like test strategy development, test bed creation, test automation, test scripting and execution. Our expertise in wireless testing includes tool/simulator development (AS and NAS Simulators, UE and eNB simulators), baseband and full protocol stack testing, system testing, release testing, and more.

HSC's Focus Areas in Wireless:

We have immense experience in developing baseband, embedded, and higher layer protocol stack. Take a look at our Wireless application development Focus Areas:

  1. Heterogenoeous Networks (HetNets)
  2. MIMO
  3. Inter-RAT (iRAT)
  4. Data Offload
  5. Hotspot 2.0 implementation
  6. Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SRVCC)
  7. Self-Organizing Networks (SON)
  8. IP Flow Mobility (iFOM)
  9. Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
  10. Coordinated Multipoint
  11. Circuit Switched Fallback (CSFB)
  12. 5G Applications Development
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