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Anritsu Corporation in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies has announced that it’s 5G RF Conformance Test System ME7873NR has achieved the world’s first approval from GCF for the mmWave (FR2) 3GPP TS38.521-4 Demodulation/CSI Conformance Testing (Performance Test hereafter), required for 5G NR RF conformance tests.
Technology from T&M solution provider, Rohde & Schwarz can now enable handset manufacturers & mobile operators worldwide to test & verify LBS (location based services) operation in 5G NR devices.
Under the name “Project Limitless”, the collaboration ushers in a new era of computing with 5G always on, always connected PCs, built on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform.
Arrow Electronics has announced it will participate in Qualcomm Technologies’ Smart Cities Accelerator Program for the global acceleration of edge compute, 5G appliances & NB-IoT distributed sensors.
The demo uses Keysight’s 5G network emulation solutions to showcase OnePlus's flagship 5G device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform.
Rohde & Schwarz & Qualcomm have successfully validated 5G NR cellular sub 6 GHz signalling tests, bringing the commercial roll-out of 5G NR one step closer.
Qualcomm Technologies launched a Bluetooth Smart 4.2 System-on-Chip family specifically designed to help engineers meet the needs of an “always-on” world.
Qualcomm has announced that its Snapdragon mobile processors power the first Nokia Lumia smartphones.
Spectrum Design Solutions reduces time-to-market of Gobi-enabled wireless M2M products.
GPS capabilities on netbooks enables workforce tracking.
Femtocells have the potential to improve call quality, and according to ABI Research, the European femtocell market has been valued at US$4.2billion. PAUL WOLFE looks at the growth of femtocells
Qualcomm powers the next evolution of personal navigation devices and portable multimedia players.
Femtocells have the potential to improve call quality, but is there more work to be done?