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5G NR sub-6 GHz device testing platform unveiled

5G NR sub-6 GHz device testing platform unveiled
Based on the R&S CMW platform, the latest version of the Rohde & Schwarz’s CMW100 communications manufacturing test set is preparing the industry for 5G new radio (NR) sub-6 GHz devices. Rohde & Schwarz is enabling the testing and validation of sub-6 GHz 3GPP 5G new radio (NR) based devices.
22nd November 2017

Investing in a digital Switzerland

Investing in a digital Switzerland
  Telecommunications provider in Switzerland, Swisscom, has selected Ericsson for complete digital transformation and evolution of its entire network to deploy nationwide Gigabit LTE from 2018, and 5G from 2020.
10th November 2017

Outdoor trial of 5G technologies for low-latency communications

Outdoor trial of 5G technologies for low-latency communications
Using a 4.5GHz system developed in collaboration with Huawei, NTT DOCOMO has conducted what it claims to be the world's first successful outdoor trial of 5G mobile technologies for ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC). The trial simulated a realistic environment involving a stationary mobile terminal that received signals at distances of 0.8-1km from the base station.
8th November 2017


Gateway clock provides phase to 4G and 5G base stations

Gateway clock provides phase to 4G and 5G base stations
  Provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, Microsemi, has announced the launch of its TimeProvider 4100, a flexible IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) grandmaster clock designed to scale from the edge to the aggregation layers of both mobile infrastructure and access networks.
6th November 2017

Indoor Gigabit LTE coming to Switzerland

Indoor Gigabit LTE coming to Switzerland
Starting with the deployment of the Ericsson Radio Dot System in the operator’s retail stores, Ericsson and Swisscom are bringing gigabit connectivity to Swiss consumers. This is a big leap toward supplying greater quality coverage and capacity in hard-to-reach places such as garages, elevators and commercial buildings, and delivering a true gigabit experience to all Swisscom subscribers across the entire network.
3rd November 2017

Bringing 5G to Chile

Bringing 5G to Chile
Ericsson has extended its 20 year partnership with Entel, the largest telecommunications company in Chile. Under the terms of the new contract, Ericsson will prepare Entel’s network in the evolution path towards 5G by deploying its latest LTE FDD network technologies and LTE TDD Massive MIMO (Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output). This will allow Entel to increase its competitiveness and capture additional revenue streams. Entel will be the first operator in Latin America to deploy Massive MIMO nationwide.
1st November 2017

How will wireless infrastructure change in the next decade?

How will wireless infrastructure change in the next decade?
  The 5th generation of cellular networks is anticipated to arrive in the timeframe of the next two to five years, enabling Gbps datarates and a plethora of new applications and services. One of the key drivers for developing such speed is high resolution video demand (4, 8K etc) over mobile devices.
24th October 2017

China shows that it's 5G ready

China shows that it's 5G ready
The first successful 5G 3.5GHz multi-vendor end-to-end Interoperability Developmental Test (IoDT) in China has been completed at a 5G field test Beijing following a partnership between Ericsson and Intel. The field test is a significant milestone since China’s three major operators have already announced plans to roll-out 5G in the 3.5GHz band.
10th October 2017

Multi-chip module addresses EU mmWave 5G 'Pioneer Band'

A multi-chip module (MCM) to cover the recently-designated European ‘Pioneer Band’ for millimetre-wave (mmWave) 5G around 26GHz has been has been developed by Plextek RFI, a UK design house specialising in microwave and millimetre-wave IC design. The development of the Front-End Module (FEM) was carried out in collaboration with Filtronic Broadband.
4th October 2017

Helping to halve the cost of 5G base stations

Helping to halve the cost of 5G base stations
To improve the performance for 5G base stations compared to the current generation of technology, Plasma Antennas, the inventors of plasma silicon technology, has unveiled the mmWave Plasma Silicon Antenna (PSiAN). Based on the company’s patented Plasma Silicon technology, the antenna reduces the cost of a 5G base station by up to 50% by eliminating phase shifters, reducing and consolidating amplification and reducing computation.  
2nd October 2017


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
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