Anritsu Corporation now enables advanced AI capabilities for solving difficult problems in wireless communications systems and emerging 6G use cases using DeepSig’s proven AI machine learning technology.
Radio Spectrum is a valuable asset that needs to be managed, shared, and utilized optimally in wireless networks. New radio frequencies required to enable 6G use cases are becoming increasingly scarce, and there is increased attention towards the development of novel spectrum-sharing techniques. Traditional RF sensing techniques face limitations in dynamically changing wireless environments, and more advanced monitoring and signal characterization is required.
Anritsu has addressed this challenge by partnering with Deepsig to deliver a groundbreaking system that integrates the capabilities of the Anritsu MS2090A Field Master Pro Spectrum Analyser with DeepSig’s wireless signal detection and classification software, which is based on its patented AI deep learning algorithms. Employing a deep learning, data-driven approach allows Anritsu to rapidly incorporate new radio signal models into their capabilities using DeepSig’s machine learning training tools. RF signals of interest from diverse new sources like drones and IoT devices can be learned quickly and accurately in days, rather than months, to meet fast changing customer requirements. These advanced technologies also form the foundation for AI-native RF sensing for 6G.
This integrated AI driven 6G offering will empower customers to enhance network performance, optimize spectrum utilization, and achieve real-time adaptation to changing RF conditions.
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