Our boots-on-ground report from the 6G-themed Wireless Communications and Networking Conference features interviews with conference participants and dives into why 6G will be a boon to both consumers and industry verticals.
Tech power couple Dean Anthony Gratton and Sarah-Jayne Gratton join All Things 5G for a discussion about where 5G is today, where it’s going, and some of the most mind-blowing applications of the technology today and in the near future.
Governments around the world are taking a keener interest in the development of 6G technology than with any previous generation of wireless communications technology. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Keysight’s Roger Nichols and Raymond Shen talk about the role of governments in 6G technology development.
Network modeling and network simulation technologies are powerful tools for improving the performance and security of 5G networks. All Things 5G dives deep into network digital twins with Rajive Bagrodia, a pioneer in the field and the founder of Scalable Network Technologies.
Roger Nichols, head of Keysight’s 6G program, gives an update on the status of the sixth-generation wireless communication technology including what he envisions for it, where it stands today, and what the development roadmap looks like.
Dave Cavalcanti of Intel Labs joins Keysight’s Avik Bhattacharya and the All Things 5G crew to talk about the benefits and challenges of wireless TSN for 5G private networks.
As the complexity of wireless communications skyrockets, the process of sorting, analyzing, and making actionable radio access network data generated by field tests increases in importance and difficulty. Experts from Keysight Nemo Wireless Solutions break it down.
3GPP’s Release 16 contains enhancements specifically to enable 5G private dedicated networks with the latency and reliability required for smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 applications. But private networks will be used in many other verticals as well. Jagadeesh Dantuluri and Karthikesh Raju of Keysight’s Private Dedicated Networks business unit sit down with All Things 5G […]
5G is the first generation of wireless communications technology that will expand the reach of cellular networks through satellite connectivity. But what technical challenges are introduced by adding satellite links to 5G and how can they be overcome?
Hear from Rob Horansky of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on what his organization is doing to help with one of the most challenging aspects of millimeter-wave cellular communications: over-the-air (OTA) measurement and calibration.