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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5Qs on 5G: With SiBEAM

Earlier this month, millimetre-wave specialist SiBEAM announced it would collaborate with NYU WIRELESS on mmWave product research. President, Khurram Sheikh, was keen to tell Inside5G a little more about the company. What is the main purpose of your involvement in 5G? SiBEAM is an industry leader in developing millimetre wave technologies for consumer, telecommunications, and wireless infrastructure applications. (SiBEAM was the first company to ship a commercial 60GHz phased array based chipset solution for the consumer electronics market). “SiBEAM’s expertise … is a…

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5Qs on 5G: With NYU WIRELESS

Professor Elza Erkip is at the forefront of NYU WIRELESS, a research centre at the Polytechnic School of Engineering at New York University. The centre recently hosted the second Brooklyn 5G Summit alongside Nokia Networks, and Erkip was on hand to speak about what the annual forum is all about. What is the purpose of the summit and what did it hope to achieve? The Brooklyn 5G Summit is an invitation-only event co-sponsored by Nokia Networks and NYU WIRELESS, the…

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