5G networks and devices deliver faster, more reliable communications. 5G helps to transform tomorrow’s smart cities and complements Internet of Things (IOTs).
Realization of 5G and IOTs require an understanding of the latest 5G New Radio (NR) technology and different wireless communication technologies.
Learn about the 5G NR and key testing capabilities for all critical stages in 5G device and network capability rollouts, as well as smart IoT devices testing.
2:00 p.m. Physical Layer Modeling Principles of 5G New Radio
Speaker: Sang Kyo Shin, 5G Product Planning and Application Developer, EEsof Electronic Design Automation, Keysight Technologies
5G researchers and R&D designers face critical challenges when it comes to physical layer modeling and simulation. Issues exist across the entire communication chain, including baseband, RF/antenna, and channel model simulation. Learn a cross-domain, model-based simulation approach to evaluate throughput performance of the mmWave channel and beamforming array antenna with hardware impairments and reference baseband models that support the 3GPP NR standard.
2:30 p.m. Optimizing Error Vector Magnitude Performance Versus Power Levels
Speaker: Sean Lee, Business Development Manager, Signal Analyzer and Signal Source, Keysight Technologies
Measuring error vector magnitude (EVM) over a wide range of power levels for wideband wireless communication; including satellite test, IoT, WLAN, and 5G radio standards is an increasingly common characterization. Wireless transceivers optimized for efficiency at many levels are essential to ensure low EVM at high, medium, and low power levels. It is important to optimize an analyzer’s EVM floor over a broad power range to measure the performance of a device under test (DUT). In this presentation, you will learn about the various EVM optimization and sensitivity improvement techniques to perform when measuring signals on various test and measurement equipment.
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