5G Americas provides overview of Next G industry research and activities highlighting the evolution and future of mobile wireless networks
December 17, 2020
5G Americas announced the publication of a white paper Mobile Communications Beyond 2020 – The Evolution of 5G Towards Next G, which details this global work from several academic and industry organizations and presents potential use cases and technologies integral to the evolution of 5G towards the “Next G.”
Rohde & Schwarz and Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP) GmbH have transferred this test method successfully into sub-THz range: They demonstrated the first full 2D/3D over-the-air measurements of a radar module at D-Band frequencies.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced that ArrayComm will use the company's end-to-end portfolio of test solutions to speed development of network equipment based on the O-radio access network (RAN) standard.
RFIC start-up Otava has announced a wideband beamformer IC covering 24 to 40 GHz, which encompasses the 5G mmWave, satellite communications and military bands. To accelerate new designs using this IC, Avnet is launching a beamformer evaluation board and kit.
Mercury Systems Inc. announced a new family of open architecture electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) processing subsystems, enabling customers to develop and deploy electronic warfare and signal intelligence solutions more rapidly and cost-effectively than typical custom solutions.