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Regulatory Market Updates and 5G NR Testing
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The DoD submitted its FY2023 budget at $250 million for 5G projects. The DoD is pouring heavy investments i...
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Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers (RTSA) in field portable spectrum analyzers, such as those offered by Anritsu, are becoming common for military system test requirements in the areas of cyber security
This webinar will examine the impact this research has had on national security and the overall economy
To ensure the successful operation of 5G, new test processes and solutions have been developed to help engineers verify designs
A transformational era in military and defense is underway and has an underpinning of 5G
This webinar will introduce you to the current state of 5G landscape, various 5G cellular features targeted for development and deployment
5G wireless systems will be unlike the generations that came before, utilizing a range of technologies and frequencies and addressing a wide range of applications.
The DoD submitted its FY2023 budget at $250 million for 5G projects. The DoD is pouring heavy investments into 5G to develop data-centric networks and weapons systems that communicate with each...
Base station power and modulation quality, RF cable and antenna measurements, Cell site coverage, and EMF
Despite its small size, the MT9090A does not compromise performance or feature
This white paper describes turn up and troubleshoot testing of point-to-point microwave links
Advances in technology and design have enabled the creation of the first high performance real-time handheld spectrum analyzer with a 110 MHz analysis bandwidth.
5G is being rolled out on the global stage, bringing with it tremendous promise and a multitude of new applications.
The 5G Spectrum: How Proper Testing Maximizes ROI white paper details the tests necessary to ensure 5G success, as well as the instruments to conduct accurate measurements.
Fiber optic technology serves as the backbone connecting all elements of the 5G network - core, transport, and radio access network (RAN).
The demand for faster wired and wireless communication speeds, higher resolution automotive radar, and greater bandwidth for networking infrastructure is driving trends toward higher data rates.
The rollout of 5G New Radio (NR) is placing greater emphasis on regulatory compliance testing of wireless designs.
This application note highlights the power of an RTSA spectrum analyzer for detailed analysis of crowded areas of spectrum.