5G mmWave – a challenge for device testing and how to solve it

25-Oct-2019

Webinar: 5G mmWave – a challenge for device testing and how to solve it

5G NR in the sub 6 GHz frequency range (FR1) can be seen as a natural evolution of LTE to achieve higher bandwidth and more flexibility on the physical layer in order to realize all the new and additional use cases defined for a next generation mobile network. The real technical challenge, however, comes with 5G mmWave (FR2), which opens up a new level of complexity in device development. mmWave frequencies imply measurement challenges that call for new testing approaches. In this webinar, we take a closer look at the major challenges mmWave brings and discuss innovative test solutions.

Attendees will learn about:

  • How to overcome the mmW challenge in mobile device design
  • How 5G mmWave impacts device testing
  • Test solutions for mmWave that simplify an engineer’s life

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