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February 2019

Mobile World Congress Barcelona – Bavarian Beer & Snacks

February 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm UTC+0
MWC Barcelona Hall 6 Booth 6C40 & 6C51, Hall 6
Barcelona, Spain
MWC 2019

Join us on Monday, February 25 at our booth at 17:30 pm for a talk with our experts over Bavarian beer and snacks. Learn more about the most advanced Test & Measurement solutions for the mobile communications industry. Rohde & Schwarz will showcase leading edge solutions for the following applications: 5GNR network measurement solutions Mobile network testing Internet of things (IoT) testing Cybersecurity Wireless connectivity testing Automotive testing For more information and to make an appointment with our experts, please…

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5G mmWave – A Challenge for Device Testing and How to Solve It

February 13 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PST

Presented by: Günter Pfeifer, Market Segment Manager, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich Abstract: 5G NR in the sub 6 GHz frequency range (FR1) can be seen as a natural evolution of LTE to achieve higher bandwidth and more flexibility on the physical layer in order to realize all the new and additional use cases defined for a next-generation mobile network. The real technical challenge, however, comes with 5G mmWave (FR2), which opens up a new level of complexity in device development. mmWave…

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January 2019

Webinar: How LTE-A Pro paves the way for 5G New Radio

January 29 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PST

Date: January 29th, 8:00am PDT Presented by: Reiner Stuhlfauth, Technology Manager, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich Abstract: This webinar provides a technology dive into the LTE-A Pro features, showing the flexibility and variety of LTE use cases and service scenarios. The features are presented from the perspective of the 5G service triangle ­– supporting higher data rates including LAA, enhanced CA, LWA, MUST and SC-PTM, massive machine type communications including LTE-M and NB-IoT enhancements and ultra-reliable low latency services such as C-V2X.…

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Seminar: LTE-M and NB-IoT – Bellevue, WA

January 17 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm PST
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue/Redmond, 14615 NE 29th Pl.
Bellevue, 98007 United States
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IOT seminar

5G Radio Technologies and Deployments
This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum, and enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA). In addition, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are covered as well as the new frame structures being investigated by 3GPP.

LTE-M and NB-IoT
This course provides a foundation for MTC, eMTC, NB-LTE, and EC-GSM. Fundamental concepts of IoT-centric optimizations for a wireless network are explained. IoT-specific characteristics of the wireless network and relevant UE categories (e.g., Category M1 and Category NB1) are described.

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Seminar: 5G Radio Technologies and Deployments – Bellevue, WA

January 16 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm PST
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue/Redmond, 14615 NE 29th Pl.
Bellevue, 98007 United States
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This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum. Enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and NonOrthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) are illustrated. Furthermore, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are explained as well as the new frame structure being investigated by 3GPP. Potential deployment scenarios are summarized along with RF design considerations and transport network issues.

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Seminars: 5G Radio Technologies and Deployments & LTE-M and NB-IoT – Bellevue, WA

January 16 - January 17
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue/Redmond, 14615 NE 29th Pl.
Bellevue, 98007 United States
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5G Radio Technologies and Deployments
This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum, and enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA). In addition, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are covered as well as the new frame structures being investigated by 3GPP.

LTE-M and NB-IoT
This course provides a foundation for MTC, eMTC, NB-LTE, and EC-GSM. Fundamental concepts of IoT-centric optimizations for a wireless network are explained. IoT-specific characteristics of the wireless network and relevant UE categories (e.g., Category M1 and Category NB1) are described.

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Seminar: LTE-M and NB-IoT – Santa Clara, CA

January 15 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm PST
Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Livonia Novi, 19525 Victor Pkwy
Livonia, MI 48152 United States
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IOT seminar

5G Radio Technologies and Deployments
This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum, and enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA). In addition, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are covered as well as the new frame structures being investigated by 3GPP.

LTE-M and NB-IoT
This course provides a foundation for MTC, eMTC, NB-LTE, and EC-GSM. Fundamental concepts of IoT-centric optimizations for a wireless network are explained. IoT-specific characteristics of the wireless network and relevant UE categories (e.g., Category M1 and Category NB1) are described.

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Seminar: 5G Radio Technologies and Deployments – Santa Clara, CA

January 14 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm PST
Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Livonia Novi, 19525 Victor Pkwy
Livonia, MI 48152 United States
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This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum. Enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and NonOrthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) are illustrated. Furthermore, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are explained as well as the new frame structure being investigated by 3GPP. Potential deployment scenarios are summarized along with RF design considerations and transport network issues.

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Seminars: 5G Radio Technologies and Deployments & LTE-M and NB-IoT – Santa Clara, CA

January 14 - January 15
Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Livonia Novi, 19525 Victor Pkwy
Livonia, MI 48152 United States
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5G Radio Technologies and Deployments
This course describes potential spectrum for 5G including millimeter wave spectrum, and enhancements to the traditional 4G OFDM/OFDMA such as Universal Filtered Multi Carrier (UFMC), Filter Bank Multi Carrier (FBMC), and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA). In addition, enhancements to advanced antenna techniques such as massive MIMO are covered as well as the new frame structures being investigated by 3GPP.

LTE-M and NB-IoT
This course provides a foundation for MTC, eMTC, NB-LTE, and EC-GSM. Fundamental concepts of IoT-centric optimizations for a wireless network are explained. IoT-specific characteristics of the wireless network and relevant UE categories (e.g., Category M1 and Category NB1) are described.

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November 2018

Service & Repair Forum: Getting Ready for 5G

November 15, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:40 pm CST
Embassy Suites by Hilton – DFW Airport North, 2401 Bass Pro Drive
Grapevine, TX 76051 United States
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Rohde & Schwarz is pleased to offer this 1-day special event to educate service and repair professionals on the coming wave of 5G devices and how it will affect your future testing plans. Although 5G will leverage many existing technology aspects from LTE, it also brings forth new technologies components never before implemented on a large, commercial basis. For example, the use of new millimeter wave bands and the implementation of massive MIMO antenna arrays on base stations and mobile devices (e.g., using 16-32 element antenna arrays) will help deliver the 10-20X improvements in bandwidth, but will also greatly increase the complexity and require new ways to test.

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