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Stretchable circuits could yield next-gen wearables

Stretchable circuits could yield next-gen wearables
The consumer marketplace is flooded with a lively assortment of smart wearable electronics that do everything from monitor vital signs, fitness or sun exposure to play music, charge other electronics or even purify the air around you - all wirelessly. Now, a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers has created the world's fastest stretchable, wearable integrated circuits, an advance that could drive the IoT and a much more connected, high-speed wireless world.
31st May 2016

Keysight, Datang Telecom sign 5G research pact

Keysight, Datang Telecom sign 5G research pact
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish a strategic partnership on research and development of 5G communication technologies has been agreed between Keysight Technologies and Datang Telecom Group. Both companies are committed to co-work on the 5G enabling technologies, standardisation, prototype verification and evaluations, aiming to move 5G innovations forward.
27th May 2016

Keysight, China Mobile extend 5G collaboration

Keysight, China Mobile extend 5G collaboration
Keysight Technologies has announced new collaborations with China Mobile on key 5G technologies. This includes channel measurement and modelling and massive MIMO over-the-air (OTA) testing. China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile network operator. This work is a continuation and strengthening of the 5G collaborations with China Mobile Communications Co. Ltd. Research Institute (CMRI) that began in 2014.
27th May 2016

Wireless study predicts solutions for 5G cellular

The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), comprising seven telecommunications standard development organisations, will soon choose among channel models to adopt as testing standards for 5G cellular systems. However, a new study by Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport, the Ernst Weber/David Lee professor of electrical engineering at NYU Tandon School of Engineering and founding director of NYU WIRELESS, suggests that the three-parameter "alpha-beta-gamma" (ABG) model used in the past by 3GPP for predicting signal coverage might spell trouble at frequencies above 6 gigahertz (GHz).
26th May 2016

Phased-array beamforming software module targets 5G systems

Phased-array beamforming software module targets 5G systems
The W1720EP Phased Array Beamforming Kit is a new add-on software simulation personality for the SystemVue 2016.08 design environment from Keysight Technologies. The software enables researchers and system architects working on platforms using beamforming algorithms for 5G, satellite, NewSpace, radar and EW applications, to reduce interference and power consumption, while increasing physical range.
17th May 2016

5G edges ever closer

5G edges ever closer
Solar powered drones could play a key role in delivering global 5G wireless communications in the years ahead. The feasibility of this was demonstrated this week when the Solar Impulse 2, a Swiss experimental long range aircraft powered by solar panels, flew from Hawaii to California in 62 hours – a journey of 4,000 miles.
26th April 2016

5G wireless research to be showcased in Brussels

The quest for a 1,000-fold capacity enhancement alongside higher data rates for 5G wireless networks is the subject of intense international academic and industrial research. Two engineers from the University of Bristol's Communication Systems and Networks (CSN) group, who are leaders in this field, have been invited to discuss the future of wireless communications in Brussels and Brooklyn (US).
19th April 2016

5G-HD WiFi platform suits next-gen enterprises

Broadcom Limited has announced a dual-channel 5GHz WiFi access point platform designed to enable enterprise and public venue operators to optimise performance for all connected devices. The Broadcom 5G-HD platform is built on the BCM49408 quad-core CPU, enabling client devices that are 5GHz 11ac-capable to maintain the fastest possible speeds by eliminating performance degradation that occurs when slower client devices share traditional single channel 5GHz Wi-Fi access points.
14th April 2016

KT and NEC test 5G solution using E-band spectrum

NEC announced the successful completion of a PoC trial with KT for a 5G wireless backhaul solution that utilizes E-Band spectrum (70-80GHz). The PoC was conducted at Phoenix Park Ski World in PyeongChang, South Korea, using KT's commercial mobile network infrastructure. KT aims to launch 5G trial services in 2018. This PoC is based on a collaboration agreement in the field of 5G networks signed between KT and NEC in August 2015.
8th April 2016

Communication between vehicles in a 5G world

Communication between vehicles in a 5G world
Researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de València have devised and configured a the latest 5G radio access system for intervehicular communication. The system is intended to improve road safety in a future scenario where 5G technologies are the norm. A continuation of the METIS project, METIS-II is an international project funded by the European Commission under Horizon2020 to research the efficient integration and use of various 5G technologies and components.
6th April 2016

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