Qualcomm, Ericsson, and TIM demonstrated just how far a line-of-site mmWave connection can reach, which could make fixed-wireless access more practical. Qualcomm’s Gautam Sheoran explains in the video interview.
When complete, Altran’s 5G test lab will emulate all parts of a network, letting hardware engineers, network engineers, and software developers test products at any point in the 5G network. 5G Technology World interviewed Altran’s Shamik Mishra, CTO Connectivity, about the lab.
In a video interview, James Kimery of Spirent Communications explains how test plays the role of arbiter of communications among radio units, distribution units, and centralized units.
5G Technology World spoke with Analog Devices’ Nitin Sharma on the massive MIMO technology deployed in 5G base stations from NEC.
In a video interview, 5G Technology World speaks with Qualcomm’s Mohammed Al Khairy on how the company worked with Ericsson and US Cellular to reach that distance.
NXP’s Chandler, Ariz. fab produces GaN devices used in power amplifiers scross 5G frequencies, from low-band to mmWave. In this video 5G Technology Word spoke with NXP’s Paul Hart.
In a video interview, Analog Devices’ Nitin Sharma explains the company’s involvement with open RAN and the concept of a functional split. Open radio access networks are all the talk at the network — as opposed to the wireless — side of 5G. While most of the talk surrounds the disaggregation of network functions, the…
Fitting all the electronics into a phone and making them work gets harder with 5G, especially when the phone has two sections. In this video, 5G Technology World interviews Janko Mrsic-Flogel of Planet Computers.
NI CEO Eric Starkloff’s first decision was what to do about COVID-19 the night before he took over on February 1, 2020. Since then, he’s seen the opportunities in communications resulting from the pandemic.
Power amplifier efficiency too center stage at the 2020 International Microwave Symposium’s 5G Summit. In this video interview, Naveen Yanduru of Renesas, one of the summit’s presenters, explains why engineers need to continue working on the problem.