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5G, Live Webinar -

Date: 10th June 2022 | 10-11 am (UK Time) Join Tony Wakefield on Friday 10th June at 10-11am (UK Time) for this live webinar looking at Achieving Low Latency in 5G. 5G enables cost effective capacity provision whilst at the same time improving performance in areas critical to many of the new use cases that 5G has been designed to support. In particular, the low latency capabilities of 5G are seen as essential in enabling connectivity for industrial automation / robotics and for connected vehicles – among many other applications. Starting with the requirements and performance targets, this talk explores how low...

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5G, Live Webinar, LTE -

Date: 23rd May 2022 | 10-11 am (UK Time) Join Tony Wakefield on Monday 23rd May at 10-11am (UK Time) for this live webinar looking at 4G to 5G Evolution. The developments within 4G LTE provides much of the foundation for 5G. In fact, 5G incorporates 4G (but not 2G or 3G) as part of the ongoing 5G system development. Whilst 5G introduces more flexibility and efficiency into the overall cellular system (in a number of ways, including enabling efficient use of mm Wave spectrum), 4G will remain an integral part of the system for many years to come. Effective technology...

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5G, RAN, Recorded Webinar -

Recorded: 3rd May 2022 This webinar aims to clarify why there is a requirement for more radio spectrum for 5G systems, what bands have been identified, and why, and the challenges and solutions these new bands bring.      Topics covered include: The relationship between bandwidth and bit rate The relationship between frequency band and coverage Bands identified for 5G by regulators Impact of radio channel bandwidth on spectrum allocations Impact of wavelength upon antenna dimensioning Propagation issues associated with Millimetre wave bands (mmWave) How higher frequencies facilitate the realisation of massive MIMO Impact of mmWave on device power consumption Webinar Speaker: ...

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5G, Recorded Webinar -

Recorded: 28th April 2022 Network Function Virtualization (NFV) has capitalised on Cloud Computing to revolutionize the way Communications Services are deployed and used, using virtualized IT infrastructure, to generate major improvements in flexibility and availability, offering opportunities to reduce the time to deploy new services and realise cost savings. Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC; formerly Mobile Edge Computing) extends the NFV concept to deploy the virtualization resources at the network edge rather than in the core/public network – near to the users, thus enabling a range of additional benefits in terms of application performance, support for users, access to network information, data...

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5G, LTE, Recorded Webinar -

Recorded: 12th April 2022 This webinar aims to clarify why there is a requirement for interconnecting legacy LMR technologies with 4G/5G systems, and explain the steps taken by 3GPP and the relevant LMR Standards Authorities to facilitate interworking.  It will also highlight some of the challenges associated with interconnecting networks possessing operational and functional requirements, and service limitations, that are so different. Topics include: Interconnecting Networks 3GPP Interworking Function (IWF) Interfaces Functions to be Supported via IWF LTE to ETSI TETRA Interworking Interworking Security LTE to ATIS/TIA P25 and Analogue FM Interworking P25 Inter-RF Subsystem Interface LTE to GSM-R Interworking Other...

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