Step 1 of 7 14% Welcome to the November 5G Technology World quiz. So, you think you know 5G? The quizzes, sponsored by Keysight Technologies, will highlight a different aspect of 5G each month through December 2020. The quiz is interactive; it will tell you which questions you answered correctly or incorrectly. Each month, we'll select five people who correctly answered all the answers and give them a "shout out" on the leader board. To get a shout out, you'll need to enter your email address, a username, and select your country. The leader board is open to U.S residents only. Did you not correctly answer all questions? That's OK. 5G is new to many of us. You can always read the source material from the provided link. Good luck. We look forward to seeing you on the leader board. With the onset of 5G New Radio, wireless communications technology moves from cell coverage to beam coverage. Associated technologies such as massive multiple-input / multiple-out (MIMO) and beamforming require new methods of implementation and test. This month's quiz comes from "Redefining 5G New Radio Drive Testing," a white paper from Keysight Technologies. Before you begin the quiz please tell us a little about yourself and give us a name you would like to use on our leader board. (Note that this is optional but you won't be listed on leader board without it)Email We will notify you when the next quiz is released.User Name/Alias Name as you would like it to appear on leader board. Note that this will be seen by the general public so you're free to make one up. 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Massive MIMO is used for:* Millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies Sub 6 GHz frequencies Video streaming exclusively None of the above Figure 2. Slot structure of SSBs mapped to a grid of static or semistatic SSB beamsSince there is no cell-level reference channel with the use of MIMO, measuring the coverage of a cell relies on:* Subcarrier spacing Cell-specific reference signal (CRS) Extended range transmission analysis (ERTA) Synchronization signal block (SSB) beams Figure 3- Train riders using their mobile devices.The capacity gain of massive MIMO is dependent upon:* The spatial distribution of mobile devices The signal-to-noise ratio of each user The multipath propagation profile of the channel All of the above Figure 4 Graphical representation of a slice — an independent, end-to-end logical network that runs on a shared physical infrastructure.The new concept in 5G New Radio that enables the creation of multiple virtual networks on top of a common shared physical infrastructure is known as:* Network slicing Fixed wireless access Multi-access edge computing Massive machine-type communications Figure 5- using a drone to field test a 5G network.What common type of testing on a 5G network can best translate user experience into measurable key performance indicators (KPIs)? Channel emulation testing Interference testing Drive test/field test Conformance testing Sponsored by: Click here to view the rules and if you haven’t seen the leader board yet click here!