Demystifying 5G: Page 5 of 5

April 17, 2019 //By Reiner Stuhlfauth
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2019 is the year mobile network operators will begin to roll out 5G services. The technology is designed to be almost infinitely flexible to support a wide variety of services, and is therefore highly complex. So while there are many new opportunities to be discovered, there is also a lot to learn. As the ancient saying goes, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

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Covering all of these all under one roof, so to speak, demands a complex network: the task of grasping this complexity, and understanding it, is no small challenge.

Rohde & Schwarz’s Demystifying 5G event brings people together from across the industry to learn from speakers with special expertise and to network with each other. Building on the model established by the successful Demystifying EMC days, Demystifying 5G is not a marketing seminar but a forum for sharing valuable information about standards, regulations, best practices, and technical tips.

The program will start with a high-level view of 5G, its current status globally, and the technology framework. Two in-depth presentations will look at the air interface, including beam forming and managing signals and channels, as well as requirements and test procedures for OTA equipment testing. There will also be test demonstrations, shorter sessions on protocol testing and network-performance measurements, and a formal opportunity for joint discussion and questions.

The scope and complexity of 5G mean gaining an understanding, to provide equipment and services to our target markets, is indeed a journey that begins with a single step. The same philosopher -- Lao Tzu -- also observed that we should do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. Although there is nothing small and easy about 5G, even now, tougher challenges lie ahead. There is no better time to start this journey.

Demystifying 5G will take place at The Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Madejski Stadium, Reading on the 21 May 2019. More information and registration at https://www.rohde-schwarz.com/uk/seminars___trainings/uk-ireland-seminar-programme/demystifying-5g-seminar/demystifying-5g-seminar_250963.html

 

About the author:

Reiner Stuhlfauth is Technology Manager Wireless at Rohde & Schwarz International GmbH - www.rohde-schwarz.com

 

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