Featuring 15 articles, the 2022 5G Handbook looks at private networks, timing, connectivity, latency, mmWaves, test, and other topics.
Before the testing begins, several policy and business issues need resolution. Stakeholders must agree on one testing methodology, which should combine modeling and real world measurements.
Although the first 6G consumer devices may be far away, work on 6G is underway. Academic and industry researchers are already experimenting and developing an understanding of key technologies as crucial inputs for standardization work. The industry must balance technical, business, and social considerations when developing 6G.
Several themes have begun to emerge in the 6G community, providing some clues as to what the next generation might bring.
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.
5G Technology World’s video interview with NI’s David Hall looks at 5G ICs coming off the production line and what’s coming next.
3GPP Release 16 will add features to 5G such as vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. Finalized in December 2019, Release 16 will take 5G to the next level upon release, which is expected in March 2020. To find out what’s coming, 5GTW spoke with James Kimery of National Instruments. NI and Kimery have been…