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Webinar: The 5G Evolution: Advanced Topics

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.

The 5G Evolution: Advanced Topics

Date: Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 Presented by: Reiner Stuhlfauth Technology Manager Wireless Please Register Here Abstract: 5G is evolving – from an adjunct technology to a solid communications standard that will change how we communicate with each other and the things around us.  Although for many, it feels like we just got here, the evolution… Read more »
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Webinar: The 5G Evolution: Fundamentals

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.
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Webinar: Radio Fundamentals for Cellular Networks

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.
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Webinar: Dynamic spectrum sharing- Driving 5G to scale

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.
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Webinar: 5G Evolution

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.

5G Evolution: On the Path to 6G

Date: Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 Presented by: Dr. Nishith D. Tripathi & Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed Abstract: 5G deployments have only recently started, and releases beyond R15 will continue to tap into the tremendous potential of 5G. However, as a new generation of cellular technology typically appears every 8-10 years, 6G can be expected around… Read more »
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Ensure successful 5G site testing and acceptance

This webinar uses a real case study from the first pervasive 5G network in Europe to examine the importance of site acceptance testing, identify the various deployment scenarios and define an efficient methodology to test the associated KPIs to ensure delivery of QoE to the 5G end user.
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Prepare your Spectrum for 5G Deployment

The rollout of 5G NR will initiate a worldwide deployment in an unknown radio environment where unwanted transmitters can degrade end-user QoE and in some cases cause outages of critical services. Prior to deployment, operators need to ensure the radio environment is free from interference by conducting spectral clearance and interference hunting. This webinar defines… Read more »
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5G mmWave – A Challenge for Device Testing and How to Solve It

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… Read more »