Keysight’s S8708A Advanced Performance Test Toolset lets you test RF performance of 5G devices over both the FR1 and FR2 frequency bands.
The QPA9901 amplifier from Qorvo provides a typical gain of 36.5 dB covering 2110 MHz to 2200 MHz.
5G is now and what’s next? 5G New Radio (5G NR) network rollouts are in full swing globally, with standardization advancing and the evolution of the global standard to address new market verticals such as automotive and industrial internet of things (IIoT) progressing. However, the initial network deployments do not use all the capabilities currently…
5G Technology World interviews Qualcomm’s Danny Tseng on what to expect from 3GPP Release 17.
With billions of 5G devices expected to come online over the next several years, manufacturers of 5G devices need to deliver high-quality products while overcoming cost constraints.
VIAVI’s TeraVM O-RAN test suite now supports Centralized Unit load testing.
Open radio access networks are moving ahead and will likely become the preferred connection between 5G radios and core networks.
Radio-access networks are changing from a single unit into a distributed system, which impacts how networks keep time. Precision Time Protocol will distribute timing information, keeping the units synchronized in time and phase.
The BBox from TMYTEK lets you control a signal’s amplitude and phase under software control. Use it to test antennas, phones, small cells, and measure material properties when subjected to mmWave signals.
MIMO differs from LTE to 5G, plus 5G adds mmWave frequencies and beam steering. Both force changes in emulating channels.