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5G: Where is it and where is it going?

Martin Rowe
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richmarkley
1/7/2019 8:53:33 PM
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Three critical areas of 5G
Hi Martin, 

I know other articles have addressed test issues, but it's important to mention them here as well. We see three important use cases emerging, which will have to be supported by appropriate test equipment:

•       Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) focuses on supporting the ever-increasing end user data rate and system capacity.

•       Massive machine type communications (mMTC) targets the cost-efficient and robust connection of billions of devices without overloading the network.

•       Ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) will be necessary for applications such as autonomous driving and remote surgery, and cloud robotics for Industry 4.0.

It's going to be an interesting year for 5G: Stay tuned!

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