Advance 5G NR RedCap Device Testing

3GPP Release 17 introduced a new category of 5G NR devices. Reduced Capability (RedCap) devices are aimed at Smart IoT including wearables, smart home appliances, surveillance devices, and industrial sensors. RedCap defines devices with longer battery life leading to smaller, lower-cost applications. Attend this webinar to learn about solutions to characterize, analyze, and verify the performance of RedCap devices across the development workflow. 

On November 14th, join the Keysight live webinar with Product Manager Jodi Zellmer to explore the advanced functionalities of the market-leading E7515R UXM 5G wireless test platform. We will show you how to perform protocol, RF and Functional (IP data, Voice, Battery, etc.) testing to meet all 3GPP Release 17 specifications. It will streamline your entire device development workflow, from early design and development through acceptance and certification testing, manufacturing, and repair.


Demo - Testing a RedCap Device in the Lab View/Download
Flyer - 5G NR RedCap Test Solution View/Download
White Paper - 5G RedCap Cellular IoT for the 5G era View/Download
Website - E7515R UXM 5G Wireless Test Platform View/Download
Website - S8711A UXM 5G Test Application View/Download
Website - C8700200A UXM 5G Test Application Software View/Download
White Paper - Boost IoT with 5G NR RedCap View/Download
Press release - Keysight Launches Wireless Test Platform for 5G RedCap and Cellular IoT Industry Progression View/Download
Podcast - RedCap: Cellular IoT Technology for the 5G Era View/Download
Blog - RedCap: Cellular IoT Technology for the 5G Era View/Download
Slides - Advance 5G NR RedCap Device Testing - Webinar.pdf View/Download


  • Jodi Zellmer
    Product Manager at Keysight Technologies
    Jodi Zellmer is a product manager with Keysight Technologies. She has worked at Keysight, Agilent, and HP for more than 30 years. Jodi graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a BS degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Later she received an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Even in college, Jodi was most interested in communications and wireless technologies.  

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Webinar: Advance 5G NR RedCap Device Testing by Keysight