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13-Feb-2018

Free Rohde & Schwarz webinar on February 20, 2018: What is Next in Cellular IoT and How Can We Test It?

Joerg Koepp, Market Segment and Technology Manager at Rohde & Schwarz will be the presenter.

NB-IoT and LTE-M will connect millions of devices to the Internet of Things. There are two main areas: applications for massive machine type communications (mMTC) that focus on low power, low cost, wide coverage and low bandwidth and applications that require ultra-reliable, low latency communications (uRLLC). This webinar provides a comprehensive technology outlook, explains further trends in cellular/mobile IoT and discusses major upcoming test challenges: testing of battery lifetime, secure/private communications and latency.

Attendees will learn:

  • Status quo of 3GPP standardization for cellular/mobile IoT (Rel.13/14)
  • Upcoming technologies and features such as mMTC/uRLLC, 5G NR-IoT and MulteFire
  • Test solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s Internet of Things

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