Day 1 of the 2021 Brooklyn 6G summit looked at the upcoming standards, features, and enhancements that will come to 5G while the research community explores 6G technologies.
The latest symposium took a turn toward business use cases at the expense of the usual technical talks, with speakers saying that use cases should drive the technology. Through most of 5G’s development, conference topics generally focused on the technologies such as the radio and network technologies. With much of that settled, talk moved to…
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As more industries rely on wireless devices, sensors, and artificial intelligence to connect people and machines, private networks bring the potential to enable more advanced IoT applications while increasing security, bandwidth and speed.
Communications test-equipment choices would get still fewer if Exfo’s board accepts an offer, but that’s highly unlikely.
A hybrid International Microwave Symposium (IMS) took place live in Atlanta and online two weeks later in June 2021. See a selection of companies and product — mostly 5G — showcased in the virtual version.
Open radio access networks offer advantages in locating network functions of proprietary RANs. Automation and orchestration let telecom networks do what computing networks have done for years.
5G needs tighter timing requirements than do 4G networks. The timing must perpetuate from the radio throughout the telecom network core.
The open standards for radio access networks offer options for locating network functions. These functional split options depend on network services and available transport links.
5G Technology World and EE World present our first 5G handbook, digital edition.