Compared to 4G and previous generations, 5G’s mmWave frequencies and tight integration increase the complexity of both performance and regulator compliance testing.
Special instrumentation can help bullet-proof the communication equipment powering next-generation vehicles. Craig Hendricks, Anritsu Co. The roll-out of 5G is bringing a host of real-time Internet-of-Things (IoT) capabilities to automotive designs. Use cases such as enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB, high-data-rate use cases for 4G LTE and 5G NR services that allows a high data rate […]
The recently wrapped-up TU-Automotive Detroit conference on autonomous and connected vehicles played host to 150 conference speakers and 3,000 people kicking tires in the 200,000-ft2 exhibition area. In the pages that follow are some of the more interesting technologies we found on display as we roamed the exhibit aisles. Taking a ride in a robotic […]