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Rohde & Schwarz signs up to China 5G project

Rohde & Schwarz signs up to China 5G project
Rohde & Schwarz has signed an agreement with China Mobile Research Institute to cooperate on the evolution from 4G towards 5G within the China Mobile 5G Innovation Centre project. As a new partner of the 5G Innovation Centre, Rohde & Schwarz will actively accelerate the progress of 5G standardisation and its infrastructure and foster 4G+/5G innovations for test solutions and industry ecosystem support.
4th April 2016

Nokia to transform Telefonica's IP core network to prepare for 5G

Nokia is transforming Telefonica's network with its IP core and virtualised service router technology along with its services expertise to meet growing customer demand for high performance data and HD video. The next-gen infrastructure also lays the groundwork for Ultra HD video, cloud, 5G and IoT services.
30th March 2016

World record claimed in 5G wireless spectrum efficiency

New research by engineers from the Universities of Bristol and Lund, working alongside National Instruments (NI), has demonstrated how a massive antenna system can offer a 12-fold increase in spectrum efficiency compared with current 4G cellular technology. Multiple antenna technology, referred to as MIMO, is already used in many Wi-Fi routers and 4G cellular phone systems.
24th March 2016


Engineers set world record in 5G wireless spectrum efficiency

Engineers set world record in 5G wireless spectrum efficiency
A research by engineers from the Universities of Bristol and Lund, working alongside National Instruments (NI), has demonstrated how a massive antenna system can offer a 12-fold increase in spectrum efficiency compared with current 4G cellular technology. Multiple antenna technology, referred to as MIMO, is already used in many Wi-Fi routers and 4G cellular phone systems. Normally this involves up to four antennas at a base station.
23rd March 2016

Budget announces 5G strategy for 2017

Budget announces 5G strategy for 2017
Wednesday’s budget saw a number of announcements that were welcomed by the UK technology sector – particularly in the areas of autonomous vehicles and 5G. George Osborne’s announcement committed the UK to delivering a 5G strategy next year and delivering a ‘big data hub’ for the Office for National Statistics, as well as plans to relax regulations surrounding connected cars.
17th March 2016

Partnership to develop 100ns latency switch appliance portfolio

Integrated Device Technology has teamed with Prodrive Technologies to develop a portfolio of RapidIO-enabled switch appliances, delivering the ultra-low latency, high bandwidth and energy efficiency needed for the development of a variety of wireless and data centre applications. Featuring 100ns switch latency, the appliances are suited for designs in 5G, C-RAN, mobile edge computing, high-performance computing, data analytics and financial trading.
10th March 2016

Project to combine 5G with manufacturing technologies

Aiming to increase the sustainable competitiveness of Swedish industry, Chalmers University, Ericsson and SKF have announced the launch of 5G Enabled Manufacturing (5GEM), a two-year project to combine 5G with manufacturing technologies.
7th March 2016

The search for the world’s greatest 5G ideas has begun

Oulu, Finland, is looking for the world’s greatest 5G ideas, 5GFWD – Oulu 5G Innovation Challenge – is now officially open. This competition challenges the world’s sharpest innovators, designers, companies and teams to develop 5G innovations that could make our life better, easier and happier.
7th March 2016

Millimetre wave - the enabler for 5G infrastructure

Millimetre wave - the enabler for 5G infrastructure
The availability of previously unused high frequency spectrum bands may be the enabling factor in wireless backhaul for the next generation of mobile networks, writes Sally Ward-Foxton.
3rd March 2016

In search of frequencies for future wireless comms

5G, the next generation of wireless communications, should be operational by 2020. However, to make the planned, significant performance boost over today’s networks possible, extensive preliminary investigations are required. Finding and characterising suitable transmission channels will play an important role. Rohde & Schwarz explain more.
1st March 2016


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