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Connected smart cameras have better image recognition

Connected smart cameras have better image recognition
The subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has expanded its portfolio of technologies to support a generation of video and imaging devices. The Qualcomm Snapdragon connected camera portfolio includes a comprehensive suite of camera platforms featuring enhanced hardware and software capabilities.
18th October 2016

Modem designed to support cellular connectivity for IoT

The subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has secured design wins among the industry's leading module Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) based on its MDM9206 LTE modem for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. These designs are an addition to the more than 100 designs announced last June using the company's MDM9x07 LTE IoT modems. 
18th October 2016

Mobile device delivers fibre-like wireless connectivity

Mobile device delivers fibre-like wireless connectivity
  At the 4G/5G summit Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, has worked closely with Telstra, Ericsson and NETGEAR on the world's first Gigabit Class LTE mobile device, and the first Gigabit Class LTE commercially ready network. 
18th October 2016


Modem helps OEMs develop devices for early 5G networks

Modem helps OEMs develop devices for early 5G networks
A subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Technologies, has announced the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem, making Qualcomm the first company to announce a commercial 5G modem chipset. It is designed to support Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) that are building the next generation of cellular devices, as well as aid operators with early 5G trials and deployments.
18th October 2016

5G test solutions to the fore in Frankfurt

Leading-edge 5G solutions will be at the forefront of Keysight Technologies’ display at the NGMN Industry Conference & Exhibition in Frankfurt (Oct. 12-13). Keysight, a member of Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance is one of the major contributors in the activities of the NGMN 5G Trial & Testing Initiative (5GTTI) group.
10th October 2016

5G signal analysis meets Verizon trial specifications

5G signal analysis meets Verizon trial specifications
Rohde & Schwarz has successfully demonstrated the generation and analysis of 5G signals based on the characteristics as specified in the Verizon open trial specifications. The R&S SMW200A vector signal generator and the R&S FSW signal and spectrum analyser both provide outstanding test and measurement capabilities, resulting in an EVM performance of 1 % when applying these 5G signals.
19th September 2016

Making strides in 5G technology

Making strides in 5G technology
  Researchers at the universities of Lund and Bristol have conducted a number of experiments using a form of 5G technology called Massive MIMO (multiple input, multiple output), and set not one but two world records in so-called spectrum efficiency for wireless communication.
19th September 2016

Low power consumption technology developed for 5G

Low power consumption technology developed for 5G
A prototype wireless unit incorporating inter-subarray coding technology, which makes it possible to achieve high-speed transmissions, in excess of 10Gb/s, for 5G mobile wireless base stations and access points has been built by Fujitsu. It has achieved these high speeds whilst maintaining low power consumption levels on par with WiFi. In verification tests, the prototype successfully transmitted signals simultaneously to multiple devices.
6th September 2016

Dynamically programmable network slicing for 5G on M-CORD

Dynamically programmable network slicing for 5G on M-CORD
  Success of a Proof of Concept (PoC) programmable network slicing technology for 5G networks on its M-CORD reference platform has been announced by Argela. The first operational rack outside ON.Lab is Argela’s M-CORD.
16th August 2016

The latest world record in 5G technology

The latest world record in 5G technology
Researcher Steffen Malkowsky, together with research colleagues from Lund University, Sweden, and the University of Bristol, UK, has achieved a new world record in 5G technology, thereby surpassing the previous record that he himself contributed to last spring. The successful experiment is an important step towards a new type of wireless communication – a system where extremely weak radio signals manage to provide radically improved connectivity.
11th August 2016


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