Get a handle on the differences between working at the traditional sub-6 GHz frequencies and mmWave frequencies. The old design techniques won’t work in this new world.
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.…
Spectrum analyzers let you see how distortion can affect transmitted RF signals.
Keeping Open RAN software secure means containerizing functions, securing each container, and securing the entire software design.
LTE and 5G private networks are not yet plug-and-play. They still need the engineering touch to solve business problems, said Cradlepoint’s Todd Krautkremer and Donna Johnson.
Basic RF measurements go a long way toward characterizing today’s communication systems.
Software-defined radio addresses problems and limitations found in hardware-based radios, such as hardware obsolescence and rigidity.
Mobile phones are still phones. 5G devices need the ability to fall back to LTE when network voice support isn’t available. Here’s how and why.
As frequency increases, the effects of PCBs gain in importance for signal fidelity. Specifying PCB material, signal power and return planes, and signal layout all play a role.
IEEE 1588 PTP and SyncE protocols keep radio units, switches, and distribution units in sync.