Welcome to the industry’s leading resource on technology and testing for 5G, IoT, LTE, and Mobile Network Testing. Updated regularly. This site contains a large collection of:
Videos, whitepapers and other technical documents.
Recordings of industry presentations on key technology topics.
Information on upcoming seminars, webinars, and other industry events.
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Register for this pocket guide to receive fundamental information on analog and digital modulation methods. The guide also provides important signal generator specifications and parameters that should be considered when choosing a signal generator.
There is a demand for an efficient method of calculating an overall score that reflects the perceived technical performance of a network or one of its subsets, such as a region, a period of time or technology. The method described here considers and weights the key performance indicators (KPI) for a wide range of services… Read more »
A subtle, but widespread, cause of interference in radio frequency networks in general, and cellular networks in particular, is something called passive intermodulation, or PIM. This paper explains what PIM is, common sources of PIM, how PIM is identified and tested, and the different ways in which PIM sources can be located in the field.
This webinar reviews the common principles that form the basis behind the design of cellular systems. First, the composition of the network and multiple access techniques are summarized. The radio interface protocols implemented between the Base Station and the handset are discussed. Various processes or interactions between the base station and the handset (e.g., fining of a base station and handover) are illustrated. Finally, key points of the webinar are summarized.
Previous generational upgrade cycles required operators to undertake the expensive, time-consuming process of spectrum refarming. But, for 5G, dynamic spectrum sharing allows carriers to side-step that process by transmitting LTE and 5G NR in the same band at the same time. DSS, coupled with the availability of compatible devices, will lead to widespread 5G coverage in 2020 and help ease the transition on to standalone 5G.
In this webinar, we explore the evolution from 5G to 6G from a service, air interface and network perspective, as well as take a crystal ball perspective on what the future with 6G may look like.