NI today announced plans to collaborate with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Samsung) to develop 5G test UEs for 5G New Radio (NR). The first public demonstration of this collaboration will show Samsung’s 28 GHz base station communicating with an NI test UE at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona next week.
Everywhere you look today, 5G is at the center of conversations about exciting new technology. Recent announcements from Mobile World Congress 2017 in late February indicate that 5G is already here. The truth is that 5G isn't here yet, but we are getting closer.
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NI announced the Vehicle Radar Test System (VRTS), enabling engineers to test 76 to 81 GHz radar technology from R&D through high-volume production, from individual radar sensors to integrated advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
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National Instruments (NI) announced a baseband model of the second-generation vector signal transceiver (VST). The PXIe-5820 module is the industry’s first baseband VST with 1 GHz of complex I/Q bandwidth and is designed to address the most challenging RF front-end module and transceiver test applications, such as envelope tracking, digital predistortion and 5G test.