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AT&T teams with industry leaders for 5G AT&T announced it will be working with a number of technology companies and operators to expedite the deployment of “5G” technology. The telecom company …

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Straight to mmWave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that mmWave (extremely high frequency), the frequencies in the spectrum between 30 Ghz and 300 Ghz, will define 5G …

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“Extremely high frequency” means extremely fast 5G speeds Millimeter wave (mmWave), also known as extremely high frequency (EHF), is the band of spectrum between 30 gigahertz (GHz) and 300 GHz. Wedged between …

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5G network testing There are several major players in the push to make 5G a reality: standards bodies, telecom operators and other organizations and enterprises are all testing aspects of …

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What is massive MIMO? Before going into “massive MIMO,” a potential enabler of 5G, it is important to understand the technology behind the traditional, smaller scale MIMO (multiple-input/multiple-output). MIMO deployment …

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NIWeek panel, making 5G a reality AUSTIN, Texas–At NI Week 2016, Mike Santori, vice president of product marketing at National Instruments, spoke of the steps needed to bring future mobile …

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What is a time-sensitive network? A time-sensitive network (TSN) is a set of Ethernet standards that will allow time-synchronized low latency streaming services through 802 networks. TSN delivers mechanisms to …

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smart cities

Open systems will be key to unlocking value from different verticals and applications in future smart cities. Provided we can agree on what openness is. Standards are a great way of ensuring …

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5G: The next generation of mobile The goal is for next generation mobile standards related to “5G” technology to be ready by 2020. That’s the deadline for when the International …

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5G World

Use cases for 5G are still on the drawing board but global standards and network slicing expected to be key to 5G LONDON – We can easily envision multiple plausible …

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