National Instruments Unveil HQ 5G Lab

National Instruments has unveiled a new ‘Wireless Innovation Lab’ as its Austin headquarters, which will see the American company press ahead in developing technology aimed at 5G applications. The lab will accommodate NI’s RF/Communications Lead User programme which aims to address network capacity concerns and spectrum shortage. “eager to build on the latest research” ‘We have had several research projects with the RF/Communications Lead User team that range from MIMO interference alignment to interference cancellation,’ said Robert Heath, IEEE Fellow…

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Nokia and NI Demo 10Gbps Speeds Over mmWave Spectrum

Nokia Networks and National Instruments have kickstarted the conversation about spectrum once again at the Brooklyn 5G Summit with their 10Gbps speed demonstration. The system operated over the air in the mmWave spectrum, at 73GHz, and Nokia claims that the speeds ‘will offer users enough capacity wherever they go to perform every function they desire without a drop in speed or connection, no matter how many people are connected ’. “one of the world leaders in characterising high-frequency spectrum” Lauri…

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5G at MWC: a preview of who is doing what in 5G at MWC

Like it or not, and many don’t, 5G is going to be a major theme at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. Time will tell if the demos we will see will be justified headliners or merely attempts to be seen to be doing something relevant to 5G. But with the event just days away, ‘Inside5G’ takes a look at what 5G demos and news we can expect to see at Mobile World Congress. Gathering of the clans – industry bodies…

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Rahman Jamal: How We Can Reach 5G

Image Credit: all-electronics.de Rahman Jamal, of National Instruments, has clarified a few ways in which 5G can turn from a speculative concept into a deployable technology in an article on ‘TechWeekEurope’. The global technology and marketing director of the company claims that technology such as ‘New 5G waveforms, network densification, massive MIMO, and mmWave communications may be incrementally deployed along a time curve and as such are not mutually exclusive and may be complementary’. To reach unprecedented data rates and…

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