How network testing ensures 5G private network performance

Webinar: How network testing ensures 5G private network performance

The deployment of private networks for manufacturing, industrial applications and a wide range of other uses is taking off with the emergence of 5G, initially using non-standalone but now also 5G SA. In particular, business-critical use cases are enabled by the capacity, speed and reactivity of 5G, for example to make factories more flexible, efficient and productive.

This webinar discussed how private 5G networks can be evaluated by passive and active network tests as basis for network optimization and to ensure their performance even in the most demanding requirements.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Typical private networks deployment scenarios today
  • Machine QoE and interactive use cases in private networks
  • How to enable performance and coverage tuning
  • Regular performance and coverage checks


Christian Mueller has been working for Rohde & Schwarz for more than 37 years and currently he is Senior Business Development Manager within the network testing market segment, covering the whole test and measurement chain from RF to end user experience, focusing on helping customers to deliver better services and higher network performance

Christian Mueller

Arnd Sibila joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2012 as Technology Marketing Manager for Wireless Technologies and then led the Infrastructure Global Key Account Manager group. Since 2016 he focused on Technology Marketing for the Mobile Network Testing market segment. Previously, Arnd gained 21 years of experience at Siemens Communications and Nokia Siemens Networks where he held various technical and management positions in the field of Wireless Communication Systems and Mobile Networks Product Lifecycle (Product Management, Product Line Management, System Architecture, CTO, Business Development, Portfolio Management and Product Qualification) covering nearly all wireless technologies (LTE-Advanced, LTE, WCDMA/HSPA, WiMAX, WiFi, etc.).

Arnd Sibila