- Attributes to consider when designing software defined architectures
Elements of software defined architectures:
- Hardware abstraction
- Software development environments
- Technology platforms and processors and FPGAs
- Advantages and disadvantages
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This white paper provides an overview of test solutions addressing current and future requirements for antenna verification including both conducted and Over-the-air (OTA) test methods, which result from applying Massive MIMO antenna technology.
In this application note we discuss potential 5G waveform candidates, list their advantages and disadvantages and compare them to Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM), which is used in LTE/LTE Advanced.
Many quality standards require calibration. This is to reduce measurement risk. But how does calibration reduce measurement risk? How do you know if your calibration provider has been successful at reducing measurement risk? We will explore what is measurement risk and the key drivers of measurement risk. We will explain exactly what calibration is, how it mitigates risk, and the different calibration deliverables. A proper calibration strategy helps ensures end-product compliance and performance is critical for reducing your testing costs. Read our white paper to learn more.
5G’s ecosystem of high-performance applications will operate over the ultimate consolidation of voice, data and video. For many RF engineers, this is uncharted territory: mastering millimeter-wave, characterizing air interfaces, measuring antenna efficiency, and solving elusive interference problems. To help you explore new ground, Keysight FieldFox handheld analyzers simplify and accelerate the over-the-air (OTA) measurements you’ll need to assess 5G trial networks. Get our new white paper and see how FieldFox can help. Download now.
This application brief explains the complexity of testing in millimeter wave and how you can meet those challenges.
With the race to 5G now underway, the wireless research community has embarked on a journey to create the technologies of tomorrow that will deliver unprecedented improvements in network throughput and capacity, enhancements in spectral efficiency, reduced end-to-end latency, and increased reliability and more. Given the limited availability of spectrum and the projected massive number of IoT devices to come online, one of the key candidate technologies in achieving greater spectral efficiency is Massive MIMO. Using the National Instruments MIMO Prototyping System, researchers at the Universities of Bristol and Lund achieved a record breaking spectral efficiency of 145.6 bits/s/Hz with 128 antennas at the base station and 22 single antenna mobile stations over a 20 MHz radio channel which amounts to a 22x increase in spectral efficiency over today’s existing 4G networks. This white paper describes a flexible MIMO prototyping system that allows you to quickly test on mobility, multi-cell operation, cell edge performance, and other research areas.