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July 17, 2023 | 9:00 am SGT / GMT +8
While 5G is barely 3 years into deployment with Rel-16 features just now in commercial devices, the research and vision-setting for 6G are well under way. 6G will be both an evolution of 5G and a revolution built on today’s emerging technologies. This session will give an overview of the trends shaping 6G and will take a deeper look at how AI and ML will be used throughout wireless networks. .
July 17, 2023 | 10:00 am SGT / GMT +8
This presentation will delve deeply into the new developments in 3GPP Rel-17 and Rel-18. We will explore latest features, use cases, and significant challenges in both releases. This video also demonstrate latest Keysight’s solution that used to validate R17 and R18 enhancement.
July 17, 2023 | 11:00 am SGT / GMT +8
With 3GPP release 17 driving a new use model for 5G: non-terrestrial networks (NTN), where the gNodeBs could be deployed in a constellation of satellites or airborne drones, the drive to ‘get the design locked down’ in simulation becomes even more imperative for phased array systems and broadband power amplifiers with DPD. These needs will eventually flow into 6G use cases where propagation frequencies, ultra-wide bandwidths and new technology challenges make the imperative to shift left even stronger. In this paper, a model-based system simulation platform called PathWave System Design (SystemVue) will be introduced.
July 18, 2023 | 9:00 am SGT / GMT +8
We will break down the basics of 5G private network rollout and discuss the potential challenges. You will learn how mobile operators and network vendors can utilize a cloud-based automated solution to effortlessly handle different kind of test procedures during 5G private network deployments.
July 18, 2023 | 10:00 am SGT / GMT +8
Every Internet of Things (IoT) wireless device uses unlicensed frequency spectrum to enable connectivity. These devices are subject to comprehensive regulatory testing before entering the market. Certification/authorization is necessary before marketing a product in a specific country, regardless of where it is manufactured. Most countries refer to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for direction, but there are multiple standards for wireless LAN.
The Wi-Fi 6E (E for extended) variant enables device operation in the unlicensed 6 GHz band. This capability provides additional bandwidth but there are restrictions device manufacturers must understand to deliver devices to the marketplace and take advantage of the new spectrum.