Just because 5G is rapidly rolling out doesn’t mean everything works and it’s time to move on. Indeed, the design challenges are just beginning, as this two-part series from IMS 2020’s 5G Summit shows.
The EM919x series of wireless modules from Sierra Wireless add 5G to embedded and IoT designs, with fallback to 4G and 3G.
Open radio-access networks promise to make 5G networks more flexible while fostering innovation, but with interoperable components comes the need for compliance and interoperability testing.
Digital step attenuators from pSemi let you adjust signal amplitude to meet the needs of components such as converters and filters.
Representatives from Open RAN suppliers and users explain how how government policy can affect the ongoing development and deployment of 5G networks.
In this video, 5G Technology World interviews Corning’s Michael O’Day about composite cables use to deliver both power and light to 5G small cells.
The SiT9501 from SiTime can reduce noise and jitter in network communications.
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.