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5G/Massive MIMO Channel

This channel features 5G technologies such as massive MIMO, SDR, mmWaves, etc.

ARTICLES

CableLabs joins NYU WIRELESS as race to 5G mobile heats up

NYU WIRELESS announced that CableLabs, the nonprofit research consortium for the cable industry, has joined the university research center as it drives development of the next super-fast generation of mobile technology, 5G. CableLabs becomes the 12th industry affiliate sponsor of the research center, joining Intel, Samsung, Qualcomm, and others, as the industry starts to look beyond 4G and LTE-A, in pursuit of faster connections and greater access.


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Research Efforts Continue to Advance 5G Technologies

On 18 February 2015, Frost & Sullivan hosted a virtual panel on 5G featuring speakers from National Instruments, Alcatel-Lucent, and NYU Wireless, which are among the leading companies and research institutions at the forefront of 5G technologies working to move forward the 5G agenda. A number of companies and academic institutions notably in Europe and Asia but also in America are making significant R&D efforts on 5G technologies aiming to make it a reality by 2020. This article highlights the key points regarding technology issues brought to bear during the panel discussion. 


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Keysight demos channel sounding measurement for 5G at Mobile World Congress

Keysight Technologies, Inc. affirmed its technology leadership in 5G wireless research with their mmWave channel-sounding measurement demonstration at Mobile World Congress. Channel sounding for the mmWave frequency band is one of the critical steps required to enable 5G data rates, spectrum flexibility and ultra-broad bandwidth.


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ABI study says 5G in 2020 will be rare, over 100 million subscribers by 2025

According to a new market data forecasts from ABI Research, it will take more than 5 years for 5G to reach 100 million subscriber mark—2 years longer than 4G. 4G subscriber growth was much faster than with previous generations, fueled by the capabilities of increasingly powerful smartphones and the availability of 4G devices. 5G subscriber growth will likely be a bit more muted at first due to the increased complexity of 5G cells and networks, but will pick up in 2023.


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DOCUMENTS AND FILES

Evolutionary & Disruptive Visions Towards Ultra High Capacity Networks

With many groups now beginning to consider the drivers for 5th Generation wireless networks, this timely document includes contributions from 20 IWPC member organizations from around the world and aims to advance certain understandings and concepts for adoption in wireless systems to be deployed beyond the year 2020. This 89 page document covers a broad range of 5G topics with emphasis on mm-wave.

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