Charting the course of 5G in 2017

Jan. 17, 2017

Development work on 5G has been continuing since our August 2016 article on the topic. For example, Leti announced it will deploy a 5G framework on the MINATEC campus in Grenoble to demonstrate a new post-OFDM multicarrier waveform. In addition, Keysight Technologies and the University of California San Diego announced the world’s longest bidirectional phased-array link in the 60-GHz band.

An upcoming article in our April print issue will provide details on the latest 5G innovations and chart the 5G development course for 2017. We invite input from the entire 5G community. If you are involved in 5G, please take the time to respond to one or more of the questions below:

  1. 5G research spans the gamut from algorithm development to channel sounding. On what areas are you focusing?
  2. What products or reference designs do you offer that support 5G development and prototyping?
  3. What do you see as the key 5G challenges to address in 2017?
  4. What specific initiatives if any have you undertaken recently in conjunction with other companies, universities, or organizations with respect to 5G?
  5. Are there any other unique features about your 5G-related products and capabilities you would like to emphasize?

Send your replies to [email protected] by January 31. Thanks for your help.

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