The 5G Evolution of Indoor Wireless Networks for Smart Buildings and Manufacturing Facilities
5G technology has introduced some exciting possibilities for in-building functions. The “smart” buildings and manufacturing facilities of tomorrow will include new functions such as IoT, factory automation, machine learning devices, and cloud compute applications. To handle these new features, network architectures will change, frequency bands will be added, and new network features will be introduced. In this webinar, we will examine how the indoor wireless networks will evolve as we move to 5G, and the challenges in managing these complex networks to ensure performance and reliability for both commercial as well as the public safety networks.
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Test long cable runs across aircrafts, naval ships, large anechoic chambers, and other tasking environments, with simplicity and accuracy
Anritsu LTE C-V2X Functional Test Solution
This video explains a functional test solution for developing V2X wireless communications technologies and an example using test scenarios.
Detect the Failure Location of Optical Submarine Cables
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Anritsu Device Characterization Services and Testing Facility 70 kHz to 220 GHz and beyond
Testing Facility in Morgan Hill
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