The M9484C VXG signal generator from Keysight supports up to four independent channels for testing 5G and satellite receivers.
In-building wireless boosts cellular performance across any frequency band, even for low-band frequencies that can penetrate buildings.
A series of four mesh dish antennas from KP Performance Antennas let the breeze pas through while covering low-gigahertz frequencies.
Measurements show EM fields from 5G Massive MIMO base stations fall within WHO boundaries for human safety.
Although the first 6G consumer devices may be far away, work on 6G is underway. Academic and industry researchers are already experimenting and developing an understanding of key technologies as crucial inputs for standardization work. The industry must balance technical, business, and social considerations when developing 6G.
In a video interview with 5G Technology World, Resonant’s Mike Eddy explains how RF filters keep wanted signals in an interference out. It’s all in the physics. As bandwidth gets crowded, governments auction more spectrum to accommodate our insatiable demand for data. While 3G used frequencies around 1 GHz, 4G expanded to around 2 GHz.…
5G Technology World spoke with Jonathan Oakley of Dassault Systemes on how the company’s electromagnetic simulation software helps engineers design and evaluate antennas for smartphones and IoT devices.
3D printing a mmWave antenna let’s you quickly build prototypes.
At the 2021 (virtual) IEEE Microwave Symposium, the industry looked at where wireless is going and how it will get beyond 5G.
Several themes have begun to emerge in the 6G community, providing some clues as to what the next generation might bring.