Last Post: April 1, 2009:
Does anyone know of equipment that can be used on a production line, to test Wi-Fi clients for such things as sensitivity and output power (and maybe more)?
I realize that 802.11 specifies these as "conducted" tests, as opposed to "radiated" tests, but what is needed is something that works after the device is totally assembled. We already know they work at the board level.
Taking a client and sticking it in an RF shielded box, one at a time, would be too slow.
Thank you in advance for your input.