Tag: radio frequency

Broadcast, Modern Media

The emergence of 5G and 5G-Advanced new features to drive adoption of system-level radio design (Analyst Angle)

November 30, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

Since its commercial launch in 2019, 5G is gearing up to enter its next transformational phase, which will be driven largely by 5G-Advanced — an upgrade to The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) release that will bring about substantial improvements […]

Internet, Modern Media

NTT DoCoMo taps Nokia for RF planning

September 13, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

Nokia announced that it has deployed its artificial intelligence (AI) radio frequency (RF) capacity planning software for Japanese telco NTT DoCoMo with the aim of improving the efficiency of the latter’s 5G network and to speed up RF planning. In […]

Networks & Systems

HERE unveils Geodata Models to lower 5G wireless network planning costs and accelerate deployment

February 27, 2020

Via: Telecom Reseller

HERE, a location data and technology platform, today unveiled HERE Geodata Models to help accelerate the telecommunications industry’s planning and deployment of 5G wireless networks while reducing network planning operational expenses. HERE Geodata Models is a highly precise and scalable […]


FCC gives 5G a green light as the agency maintains existing RF exposure limits

December 9, 2019

Via: Wireless Estimator

Following proposed modifications to its radio frequency (RF) exposure rules originally released in 2013, and to allay concerns about 5G transmitters and devices, the FCC has released a decision maintaining existing allowable RF exposure limits while simplifying the process for […]

Local area networks and wide area networks, Modern Media

11 Myths About Antenna Design

March 31, 2017

Via: Electronic Design

Antennas are mandatory for a product to connect via radio frequency. Obvious examples are cell phones, satellite communications, and even our garage-door openers. But the Internet of Things is connecting less-obvious devices, such as thermostats, parking meters, wearable devices, even […]