The M8050A BERT from Keysight technologies let’s you test electrical interfaces for digital data streams for emerging data rates of 800 Gb/sec and 1.6 Tb/sec.
In a video interview, 5G Technology World speaks with Fanny Mlinarsky, senor VP of Wi-Fi products at Spirent Communications on how 5G and Wi-Fi already use similar radio technologies.
Steep learning curves in RF mmWave antenna design demand collaboration and technology understanding beyond sub-6 GHz strategies.
The student competition for IoT designs to mitigate climate change and reduce energy consumption is back on track for 2022. Registration opens April 4. After a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, Keysight Technologies has rebooted its IoT Innovation Challenge. The Keysight Innovation Challenge 2022 student competition challenges students to design IoT devices that sense our world and […]
Up/down converters and beamformers from Analog devices cover frequencies from 24 GHz to 43.5 GHz. mmWave, the part of 5G that brings those happy faces on wireless carrier commercials, adds up/down conversion to the 5G RF signal chain. Beamforming, needed to direct signals to users, plays an important role. After all, who doesn’t need to…
Open radio access networks (Open RAN) bring new testing responsibilities that service providers haven’t had to contend with before. Learn why Open RAN changes the game for testing and validating network components, and how operators should approach these complex new requirements.
Time equals power when transmitting data to and from NB-IoT and LTE-M devices. How you use communication protocols can affect power use.
Targeted at IoT applications, the reduced-capability in 5G will support a wide range of devices and applications that don’t need high speed, but do need low latency and high-reliability. 5G’s real promise comes not from mobile phones, but from industrial and business applications where network operators hope to recover the huge investments they’ve made in…
The Elite X Super-TCXO from SiTime provides stable timing from 1 MHz to 60 MHz for edge computing, vehicles, and cellular base stations.
Private networks, whether operated by users or by wireless carriers, requires radios, addressing, timing, and automation to make them run.