Winter Conference 2024 Banner
Hexagon Graphic

Kyrio Test House

The Kyrio Test House replicates real home environments and is specifically designed to test the performance of Wi-Fi devices in real-world conditions. In the 5,000-square-foot facility in Brighton, Colorado, Kyrio’s experienced engineering team delineates test plans and procedures, catering  to specific operator needs, and then provides a detailed report with comprehensive analysis once testing is complete.

Lab Equipment and Capabilities

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Traffic generators including Ixia and ByteBlower to enable variable gigabit traffic pattern testing

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

House-made polarization modulators based on phase modulators and Faraday mirrors

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Polarization-entangled photon source from OZ Optics

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Capability to manage up to 50 Wi-Fi clients with a mix of 802.11ac, n, b, g and ax to test against various construction media and furniture placement

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

DOCSIS® CMTS to test gateways and modems

Annie George Headshot

Meet Our Lab Expert

Annie George

Annie George is director of Wireless at Kyrio, where she’s responsible for wireless testing and services, working closely with CableLabs engineers. She has more than 25 years of experience in the communications industry and as an entrepreneur. She founded a wireless performance tool company with a patented cloud-based system and led teams at T-Mobile and Microsoft that managed the design, launch and operation of wireless networks. At Microsoft, Annie managed the team responsible for OS connectivity interfaces and functionality. She received her Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronics and communication from the University of Madras in India and did postgraduate studies and research at the University of Wollongong in Australia and the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California.

Connect with Annie George

Kyrio Lab

Kyrio offers the facilities and expertise required to test Wi-Fi, Passive Optical Networking (PON) and 4G/5G equipment. It is the first Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) Open Test and Integration Center in the Americas, used for the testing of interoperable RAN equipment for mobile networks.

In addition, the Kyrio Lab is an authorized certification lab for devices designed to any version of CableLabs DOCSIS technologies and PacketCable™ 1.5. The lab offers customers a suite of services, managed by Kyrio. A device with a “CableLabs Certified” or “CableLabs Qualified” rating has passed a series of compliance tests and has demonstrated interoperable functionality with other CableLabs Certified devices. Developed in cooperation with cable operators and cable equipment manufacturers, this premier certification lab is designed to facilitate the manufacture of interoperable cable devices, including cable modems, set-top boxes, digital TV devices and telephony equipment.

The Kyrio Lab holds ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).

Lab Equipment and Capabilities

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

New feature/technology assessment

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Customer issue assessment

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Consultation services

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Comparative analysis

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Assessment

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Certification

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Conformance

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Interoperability

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Performance

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Anechoic chamber

A red checkmark on top of a grey hexagon

Several semi-anechoic chambers

Annie George Headshot

Meet Our Lab Expert

Annie George

Annie George is director of Wireless at Kyrio, where she’s responsible for wireless testing and services, working closely with CableLabs engineers. She has more than 25 years of experience in the communications industry and as an entrepreneur. She founded a wireless performance tool company with a patented cloud-based system and led teams at T-Mobile and Microsoft that managed the design, launch and operation of wireless networks. At Microsoft, Annie managed the team responsible for OS connectivity interfaces and functionality. She received her Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronics and communication from the University of Madras in India and did postgraduate studies and research at the University of Wollongong in Australia and the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California.

Connect with Annie George