2022-02-18 - Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz to exhibit mobile test solutions at MWC Barcelona 2022

Rohde & Schwarz will showcase its comprehensive portfolio of mobile and wireless communications testing solutions at MWC 2022 in Barcelona.

2022-02-16 - Jon Mykrantz

5G: How mid-band rollout is set to shape wireless design in 2022

Innovation is driving dramatic changes in wireless design. Here's a look at what is coming into play in 5G network…

2022-02-10 - Jessy Cavazos

Designing and testing industrial devices for 5G private networks

The unique capabilities of industrial devices, their integration requirements, and growing complexity create many challenges that drive the need for…

2022-01-12 - Onur Sahin

Address digital baseband to unlock THz communications for 6G

To unlock the ultra-high data rates and high-frequency radio communications integral to future 6G technologies, we need ultra-fast encoding and…

2022-01-06 - Anritsu Corp.

Test platform boosts 3GPP Release 16 support

Anritsu, in collaboration with Qualcomm, verifies industry first enhanced network slicing and power saving tests for 5G New Radio Standalone.

2021-12-15 - Susan Nordyk

Compute SoC advances Android smartphones

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 5G mobile platform packs a modem-RF system that boasts 10-Gbps download speeds.

2021-11-01 - Susan Nordyk

Partnership forms 5G NR Sub-6-GHz platform

5G NR Sub-6-GHz reference platform addresses all 5G market segments.

2021-09-30 - Jessy Cavazos

Brace for impact: How 5G Release 16 will increase the data rates

Here is the summary of new 3GPP standard release that explains key concepts like CA and DC and quantifies data…

2021-08-30 - Keysight Technologies Inc.

H3C taps Keysight for PCIe compliance validation, 5G small cell performance testing

H3C has selected Keysight for PCIe compliance validation and 5G small cell performance testing to capture opportunities in data compute…

2021-07-12 - EEWeb

Overcoming mmWave design challenges with next-gen circulators

The rollout of 5G was always intended to be incremental; beginning at the sub-6-GHz range.