4G/5G/Cellular

Huawei announces commitment to University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre

Huawei has announced details of its involvement in the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) based in Guildford, England. The 5GIC will be the world's leading independent facility for researching and trialling 5G technologies. As part of the 5GIC's work, Huawei and other technology partners are working in collaboration, to develop the world's first 5G test bed, based at the University's campus, where emerging 5G technologies will be tested in a real-world environment.  


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Keysight sponsors National Taiwan University’s B4G MIMO Lab

Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced sponsorship of the B4G MIMO Lab, part of National Taiwan University’s (NTU) High-Speed Radio Frequency and mmWave Center. Keysight also announced that is has joined the B4G/5G Technology Forum. The lab is one of the projects at the center aiming to develop key components used in Beyond 4G and 5G mobile communication systems. 


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Keysight Technologies introduces industry's first 5G exploration library

5G/Massive MIMO

Keysight Technologies, Inc. introduced the Keysight EEsof EDA 5G Baseband Exploration Library. Providing ready-to-use reference signal processing intellectual property (IP) for 5G technology research, this industry-first library dramatically increases productivity for system architects and baseband physical layer designers. 


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EU project MiWaveS launched to develop future 5G cellular mobile networks

5G/Massive MIMO

CEA-Leti announced that a consortium of 15 leading telecommunications operators, vendors, research centers and academic institutions have launched “MiWaveS” (Millimeter-Wave Small Cell Access and Backhauling), a European collaborative project whose goal is to develop millimeter-wave (mmW) key radio technologies to provide multi-Gbps data rates to future 5G cellular mobile networks users. 


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Timing is Everything - NIWeek 2014

Although I have heard a lot about NIWeek in previous years, this was my first time attending the event. It was like a mini-IMS but with a lot of fun displays and demos ranging from robots to UAVs to rockets. The science enabled by NI hardware and software is amazing and this conference attracts a huge community of thousands of engineers and scientists from around the world. Read my review of the event including links to photos and videos.


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