Learn about the new IEEE 802.11ax amendment (Wi-Fi 6) The new IEEE 802.11ax amendment (Wi-Fi 6) intends to improve the WLAN system efficiency, focusing on the throughput per station in dense and outdoor environments. Wi-Fi 6 allows for the first time the scheduled communication of several stations (STA) at the same time, to and from… Read more »
LTE-M and NB-IoT are LTE based internet of things (IoT) technologies. Both require long battery lifetime to ensure IoT services and minimize maintenance costs in the future. This technical white paper describes the possible power saving methods that can be applied to LTE-M and NB-IoT devices and gives a guideline of the applicability of the… Read more »
Countless devices use cellular connectivity in order to exchange data. Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT), which are part of the ongoing 5G discussions, foresee exponential growth in additional devices. Every day, new applications on smartphones become available, potentially influencing the user experience since smartphone batteries discharge very quickly. Each… Read more »
Battery life of 10+ years is a key requirement for many Internet of Things (IoT) applications. 3GPP Release 12 and later releases added LTE features such as eMTC, NB-IoT, eDRX and power-saving mode (PSM) to meet this important requirement. In order to select the most appropriate feature(s) and parameters, it is essential to understand the… Read more »
5G targets three main use-case families: enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive IoT and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC). In particular for URLCC, secure communications is of utmost interest to vertical industries such as automotive, Industry 4.0 and eHealth. This webinar provides the background to IP secure connections and introduces a test solution that makes it… Read more »
Billions of devices will be connected wirelessly to the Internet of Things (IoT). The industry is developing and deploying new communications technologies at a rapid pace in order to meet the specific needs of diverse IoT applications. This webinar will bring some light into the jungle of wireless IoT technologies and related challenges. We will… Read more »
NB-IoT and LTE-M will connect millions of devices to the Internet of Things. 3GPP standardization groups are working hard on further improvements to make 4G and 5G networks even more attractive for IoT applications. The ongoing work covers two main areas: applications for massive machine type communications (mMTC) that focus on low power, low cost,… Read more »
The new IEEE 802.11ax amendment (Wi-Fi 6) intends to improve the overall data throughput. In order to achieve this, Wi-Fi 6 introduces OFDMA for the first time, which enables the parallel communications with multiple stations (STA). This webinar provides a glimpse into the upcoming Wi-Fi 6 standard, explains related test requirements and demonstrates the value… Read more »
Rohde & Schwarz USA, Inc.
Rohde & Schwarz is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Test & Measurement, Secure Communications, Monitoring and Network Testing, and Broadcasting equipment. Founded more than 80 years ago, the independent company has an extensive sales and service network with subsidiaries and representatives in more than 70 countries. Incorporated in the United States since 1978, Rohde & Schwarz USA, Inc. has a large team of sales and application engineers throughout North America with regional offices in Maryland, Texas, California, and Oregon. We have a world-class service facility in Columbia, Maryland and our customers can expect extensive after-sales support, including training, free technical support and close personal contact from our engineers out in the field.