Today’s satellite communication systems combine features from legacy cellular networks and emerging wireless technologies. New constellations are under development that attempt to provide ubiquitous mobility and internet networks via satellites, ground stations and user terminals.
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5G deployments have only recently started, and releases beyond R15 will continue to tap into the tremendous potential of 5G. However, as a new generation of cellular technology typically appears every 8-10 years, 6G can be expected around 2030.
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In collaboration with Rohde & Schwarz, Controlar is releasing a new version of PARTS powered by the newest R&S AREG800A automotive radar echo generator for generation of artificial objects with a live demonstration at productronica 2021.
Rohde & Schwarz and OpenWorks successfully prove a new high performance and autonomous 3D detection and tracking system for use in counter UAS missions, as part of NATO Technical Interoperability Exercise.
The integration of the new R&S CMP180 radio communication test platform from Rohde & Schwarz into MediaTek’s ATE tool offers significant benefits to MediaTek’s customers bringing their latest Wi-Fi technologies on the market.
Rohde & Schwarz has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium, providing its solutions for the development and production of UWB devices and modules for automotive applications such as keyless vehicle access.
With the R&S ATS1800M, Rohde & Schwarz introduces an extension to the R&S ATS1800C by adding two side chambers, the existing test chamber turns into the only single-system solution that enables full 3GPP-specified conformance testing of a 5G NR mmWave device for RRM, including multiple AoAs.
Rohde & Schwarz launched four new R&S ZNL and R&S ZNLE VNAs that can support up to 20 GHz of operation frequency, accessing the frequency range necessary to investigate even third harmonics for 5 and 6 GHz band technologies.