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Bristol and BT Collaborate on Massive MIMO Trials for 5G Wireless

The quest for highly efficient 5G wireless connectivity has been given a boost thanks to a collaboration between a team of 5G engineers from the Universities of Bristol and Lund, National Instruments (NI), and BT Labs, one of the world’s leading providers of communications services. The research team has undertaken field trials of a massive MIMO system at the BT Labs in Adastral Park, Suffolk. The trials were conducted in a large indoor hall mimicking a stadium environment and outdoors within the Adastral Park campus.


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25 Operators Lab Testing Pre-5G

36 Gbps Max Reported Data Rate

According to Viavi Solutions 25 operators have announced "5G" lab tests, and 12 report field testing. Five have demonstrated data rates of 35 Gbps or more in the lab, with the UAE's Etisalat claiming the highest speed of 36 Gbps. 28 GHz is the most widely used spectrum for the tests, based on eight operators that have disclosed operating at this frequency. Seven operators are using 15 GHz.


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Keysight Introduces 10 PXIe Instruments to Advance Research in 5G, A&D, Quantum Technologies

Keysight Technologies Inc. announced 10 new PXIe instruments, including a new arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) that includes three highly synchronized channels for precise tuning of IQ waveforms and envelope tracking, as well as the industry's first full-featured PXI oscilloscope. The AWG and oscilloscopes provide up to 1 GHz bandwidth to support complex baseband IQ signal generation and analysis for evaluating emerging 5G and aerospace & defense wideband technologies.


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Flexible Waveguide Line for Subassemblies and Test Instrumentation

As the newest addition to its passive waveguide product offering, SAGE Millimeter Inc. has released a new line of flexible waveguides to cover 18 to 50 GHz. The flexible waveguide line is manufactured with a precision machining process to ensure high quality and ruggedness. Furthermore, all standard models feature a vulcanized silicone rubber jacket for added protection and reliability.


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FCC Authorizes First LTE-U Equipment

T-Mobile Plans Initial Deployment This Spring

The FCC's office of engineering and technology has authorized the first LTE unlicensed (LTE-U) devices for operation in the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band. U.S. cellular operator T-Mobile announced it is deploying LTE-U technology, using network equipment from Ericsson and Nokia, and will begin rolling out the service this spring.


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