Frequency synchronization in the radio access network (RAN) minimizes disturbances at the air interface, ensures mobile handover between radio base stations, and fulfills legal and regulatory requirements associated with a frequency license.
Aimed at private networks, the SC-RF4-5Gn78 Indoor 5G Small Cell Standalone gNodeB Reference Platform from CommAgility supports four 100 MHz channels with 4×4 MIMO.
The infrastructure needed to deliver cost effective, reliable, and secure timing throughout cellular networks needs proper architecture, design, and management. Tighter time accuracy demands for 5G networking equipment requires reliable and robust timing architectures that guarantee network performance.
The economics of manufacturing test directly affect how you plan for the right number of test stations and test sites. Adding mmWave testing makes the difference.
The M9484C VXG signal generator from Keysight supports up to four independent channels for testing 5G and satellite receivers.
Up/down converters and beamformers from Analog devices cover frequencies from 24 GHz to 43.5 GHz. mmWave, the part of 5G that brings those happy faces on wireless carrier commercials, adds up/down conversion to the 5G RF signal chain. Beamforming, needed to direct signals to users, plays an important role. After all, who doesn’t need to…
The Elite X Super-TCXO from SiTime provides stable timing from 1 MHz to 60 MHz for edge computing, vehicles, and cellular base stations.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X70 modem uses AI to optimize mobile device performance and minimize energy consumption.
CEVA’s PentaG2 baseband modem IP provides accelerated 4G/5G processing between RF circuits and Layer 2.
A beamformer and up/down converter from Anokiwave cover 24 GHz to 30 GHz.