As of now all sub-8 GHz 5G NR deployments are based on Time Division Duplex (TDD) and therefore use unpaired frequency bands at the 3.5 GHz frequency range. Phase 2 of 5G NR network deployments, anticipated for mid-2020, will utilize Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) mode. Almost 90% of all spectrum is organized as paired frequency… Read more »
The 5G radio access network is designed to be extremely flexible, supporting different use cases including extreme mobile broadband (eMBB), massive machine type communications (mMTC) and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC). Supporting opposing design constraints from high bandwidth to low latency, for example, 5G NR requires an entirely new frame structure to support these diverse… Read more »
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 »
5G NR will be the new radio interface for 5G. Over the past several years, considerable research and work has been done to move NR forward. In this 9 minute video, technology marketing manager Reiner Stuhlfauth discusses the key technology aspects of NR, based on where the industry is today.
Delivering on all of 5G’s use cases will require unique combinations of both existing and new technologies such as multiple access, modulation coding, multiple antenna, protocol aspects, etc. In this 9 minute video, Rohde & Schwarz Technology Manager Reiner Stuhlfauth explores the fundamental technologies that make up the 5G radio framework.
In this 1 hour presentation, expect technology lecturer Reiner Stuhlfauth discusses the key technology aspects of the 5G air interface covering topics such as how 5G will be deployed, use case scenarios, 5G waveform candidates such as filterbank multi-carrier, universal filtered multi-carrier, filtered OFDM, etc. In addition, related topics such as protocol aspects, duplex methods… Read more »