5G Technology World compiled several 5G-related products that you’ll see at the IEEE 2020 Microwave Symposium.
The MT1040A from Anritsu analyzes traffic on 5G, Ethernet and other optical and electrical networks.
In a panel session held on July 15, representatives of network equipment suppliers touted the advantages of open radio-access networks. Getting there will take time involves risk, including too much hype.
Video: VIAVI Solutions has added load testing to its 5G network test equipment, but load testing is just one part of interoperability and compliance testing of the open RAN. 5GTW interviewed VIAVI’s Owen O’Donnell to learn about testing Open RAN.
IEEE has issued a call for papers for its 3rd IEEE Workshop on 5G Technologies for First Responder and Tactical Networks.
Two OCXO’s from Sunstu Electronics can operate at temperatures up to 95°C.
EnSilica’s eSi-MediSense lets you add medical sensing and wireless connectivity to a handheld or wearable device, plus machine learning capabilities.
Keysight’s S8708A Advanced Performance Test Toolset lets you test RF performance of 5G devices over both the FR1 and FR2 frequency bands.
The D4000 downconverter from ThinkRF let’s you cover the popular 5G mmWave frequencies without the need re replace your spectrum analyzer.
The QPA9901 amplifier from Qorvo provides a typical gain of 36.5 dB covering 2110 MHz to 2200 MHz.