5G NR signal generation in the new 47 GHz frequency band

10-Dec-2019

Demystifying 5G – 5G NR signal generation in the new 47 GHz frequency band

On December 10, 2019 the US regulator, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), started the so-called auction 103 for spectrum licenses in the 37 GHz, 39 GHz and 47 GHz frequency bands. Today’s state of the art signal generations support frequencies up to 44 GHz with up to 2 GHz modulation bandwidth. The new frequency bands challenge the development and design of RF components, such as power amplifiers. Rohde & Schwarz close this gap with the introduction of the R&S®SZV100A upconverter. Watch this video to explore its underlying performance while measuring error vector magnitude (EVM) of a 100 MHz wide 5G NR signal at 47.2 GHz.

The demystifying 5G video series discusses main topics related to 5G including new technology components, procedures and testing challenges.

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