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Tackling Emerging Millimeter-Wave Applications Beyond 50 GHz (802.11ay, 5GNR)

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Large swaths of contiguous millimeter-wave spectrum are being opened in the U.S, which offers the allure of using some of these bands for new and interesting high data throughput applications. For example, emerging applications such as 802.11ay require bandwidths of approximately 4 GHz, with the potential of up to approximately 8 GHz of bandwidth moving forward. However, this will require...

Introducing Rel-16 of the 5G NR Physical Layer

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5G New Radio (NR) is finally here. The first NR release was completed in June 2018. The conclusion of NR Rel-15 filled the gaps left by the earlier version published in December 2017, such as stand-alone connectivity and URLLC use cases...

Making Connectivity Easy with the Synergy Platform Wireless Framework

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Adding Wireless connectivity to Embedded Systems Has Not been Easy - Until Now. Integrating Wi-Fi connectivity into embedded systems is often complicated and requires developers to get support from many disparate vendors such as MCU suppliers, Wi-Fi chipset or module makers, software protocol providers, and even development tool vendors. In this webinar, we are going to explore how the...

Millimeter-wave Measurement Challenges

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In order to address wide bandwidth requirements of next generation wireless and radar systems, researchers are exploring millimeter-wave bands. Compared to traditional bandwidths used at sub 6 GHz for cellular communications, the use of hundreds or even several GHz of spectrum at these higher frequencies requires new components with much higher physical tolerances to achieve the desired performance...

 

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