EMF measurements- THE prerequisite to deploy 5G

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Webinar: EMF measurements – THE prerequisite to deploy 5G

To achieve the required throughput, coverage and reliability for new use cases, 5G makes extensive use of beamforming and frequencies above 3 GHz. However, these same technologies have raised concerns among citizens and government organisations about the effect of electromagnetic radiation on human health. Deployment is delayed in some countries until it is proven that the maximum radiation is below a certain country-specific threshold, making it essential to measure the electromagnetic field strength (EMF).

This webinar compares two competing measurement techniques for EMF measurements, discusses their pros and cons and provides example measurements from the field.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • 5G EMF background and theory
  • Code-selective and frequency-selective techniques
  • Cell and beam-specific measurements.
  • Code-selective test solution, including demonstrations
  • Learnings and recommendations

Who should attend?

  • Mobile network operators
  • Telecommunications regulators and authorities
  • Research establishments
  • Infrastructure vendors
  • Testing service providers


Peter has been working in the field of RF test & measurement for 24 years and has been involved in mobile network optimization from the beginning. He is currently responsible for MNT field services sales in Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia.

Peter Busch

Manuel Mielke discovered his passion for radio receivers while sitting in a Vodafone drive test van for several months, running network scans with scanners from Rohde & Schwarz. This was during his studies at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg, Germany. Today – an electrical engineering degree with a major in wireless communication and a stint at antenna specialist Kathrein later – Manuel finds himself “driving” the R&S scanners: as Product Manager Drive Test Scanners, he defines and shapes their specifications to help customers quickly and efficiently introduce new radio network technologies and features.