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Cheryl Ajluni
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing everything and it’s not just the interaction between humans and machines.   As with any new or emerging technology, the changes it creates often ripple through society in multiple ways. It may transform the way businesses operate and even, the goods and services they deliver. It may transform existing… (Show more)
Karolina Eklund
I recently attended the Brooklyn 5G Summit 2018 with luminaries such as Thomas Marzetta, Arun Ghosh and Marty Cooper. Over the two day conference, these innovative minds and their peers impressed with insightful talks about the latest technology that will make 5G successful. I was much amused by the fact that by the end of the conference, only one… (Show more)
Cheryl Ajluni
Here’s a question for you: How do you define mission-critical in the Internet of Things (IoT)? Some might say that a mission-critical IoT device or application is one with the potential to impact life or death. A power plant, water infrastructure, refinery, or medical devices might fall into this category. If a city’s smart water system shuts… (Show more)
mattcampbell
The millimeter-wave (mmwave) frequencies of 30-300 GHz offer incredible opportunities for innovation. As we reach the bandwidth limits of lower frequencies, engineers are looking towards mmwave frequencies to help accommodate the explosive growth of wireless devices. One of the goals of 5G is to decentralize mobile phone transmission from big… (Show more)
Allison_Dartt
The objective of calibration is to remove the largest contributor to measurement uncertainty: systematic errors. As you start working in mmWave frequencies, the objective is unchanged, but the actual process for achieving the calibration is quite different.   The mmWave frequency band from 30-300 GHz is enabling technologies such as 5G and… (Show more)
Sheri
The 5G vision set forth by IMT-2020 is an amazing thing.  It opens up so many possibilities for consumers, the environment, health and safety, humanity. Virtually every industry will be transformed, and new ones will emerge. The three defined use cases: enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) to support extreme data rates, ultra-reliable low latency… (Show more)
Karolina Eklund
Late last year, technical thought leaders from academia and commercial organizations assembled in San Francisco to exchange insights on 5G NR, phased array antennas, and Over-the-Air (OTA) testing. Roger Nichols, Keysight’s 5G Program Manager, hosted the 5G Tech Connect event, which was timed to align with the publication of the first 3GPP 5G NR… (Show more)
Janet Ooi
The world’s older population is growing dramatically; 8.5% of people worldwide (617 million) are aged 65 and over, and this number is projected to jump to nearly 17% of the world’s population by 2050 (1.6 billion). In addition, global life expectancy at birth is projected to increase by almost eight years, climbing from 68.6 years in 2015 to 76.2… (Show more)
Janet Ooi
The use of connected medical devices or medical equipment in hospitals has increased with the expansion of wireless technologies and advancement in medical device designs. As a result, the number of connected devices in a large hospital or a healthcare facility reaches 85,000 at any given time1. As the density of the connected devices increase, so… (Show more)
Sheri
5G has so many promises it’s difficult to tell how they all can be achieved.  From extreme data download speeds, to self-driving automobiles, to IoT devices monitoring over many years.  One of the key enablers for these to happen is the flexible numerology recently defined in 3GPP Release 15.  I find this part of 5G fascinating and think it will… (Show more)
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