3GPP Release 16 Roadmap

Even though, 3GPP Release 15 is complete. But 5G development is not finished. Release 16, sometimes referred to as “Phase 2” of 5G on ITU timelines, will contain standardization for a lot of use cases and scenarios not addressed in Release 15. Release 16 will wrap up at the end of 2019. The three key 5G features are enhanced mobile broadband, eMBB), massive machine-type comm...
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Key Spectrum usage and regulatory considerations for dealing with Spectrum Efficiency Challenges in 5G

There is a need for the more efficient use of spectrum in 5G to meet more and more demand for data. Regulators and operators have to come out with more innovative methods to use the spectrum. These are some of the key areas that are being focused in order to deal with spectral efficiency challenges within the scope of 5G mobile networks. 1. Dynamic Spectrum Access More ve...
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Quality of Service in 5G Networks and Beyond

August 3, 2018 Next-generation communication services will require a large diversity of service-quality requirements: Higher end-user data rates and Higher Cell level throughput to meet enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) requirement Low Latency ( RRLLC) Massive number of devices for machine type of communication (eMTC) Ultra-reliability 5G networks ne...
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Advantages of NB-IOT over other IoT Solutions

  July 4, 2018 Engineers have multiple options for deciding which wireless technology to use for IoT or machine-type communications (MTC) applications. Each of this wireless technology has unique characteristics and potential benefits. Some MTC standards are based on local area networks (LANs) such as Wi-Fi 802.11ah (HaLow) or personal area networks (PANs), such as ZigBee or ...
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Role of Wi-FI in 5G

June 27, 2018 Wi-Fi has been around for more than 20 years. It has continued to evolve with the addition of new functionalities and improvement in performance. As we move to 5G, Wi-Fi is also evolving to support, meeting the IMT-2020 vision. Next version of Wi-Fi, 802.11ax will provide following enhancements over previous version 802.11ac: Higher Throughput More usa...
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SoC vs SDR For Wireless Product Design

SoC vs SDR For Wireless Product Design Feb 26, 2018 | By Navnit Goel Numerous technology solutions have been optimized for wireless product design including System-on-chip (SoC) and Software Defined Radio (SDR). The SoC transceivers are very highly integrated and very cost effective while SDR allows a great deal of flexibility. So which one is preferable when designing yo...
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3GPP support for Cellular IoT

Dec 12, 2017 | By Navnit Goel With a vision to connect billions of devices through cellular network, 3GPP has developed technologies in release 14. In order to support diverse applications and device types, it has defined three technologies : EC-GSM –IoT: Extended Coverage GSM Internet of Things LTE-M: LTE for Machine type of Communication NB-IoT: Narrow Band Inte...
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Properly Dealing With All Your Life’s Stresses

No matter how happy people may be with their life, stress may find its way in. Sometimes stress is so hard to control because people do not know how to go about fixing their stresses. In the following article, you are going to be given advice to help you deal with life's stresses. viagra moins cher france
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Current Advances in Digital Utility | Opportunities & Challenges

Sep 11, 2017 | By Shravan Deshmukh An increase in the number of distributed and renewable power generation projects, energy efficiency mandates demanding carbon emission reduction, and strict regulatory requirements for electric utilities will drive the digital utility in the coming future. The growth of the Digital Utility Market can be attributed to the Increasing Number of...
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