Plus, the U.S. DoD asks for 5G money, 5G goes live in Ireland, the FCC says 5G is officially safe, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, an electronic vehicle startup's SUV boasts the first 5G link to connected cars and cities, the 5G market in aviation is set to take flight, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Deal puts Sprint and T-Mobile in the driver's seat among global carriers; plus, Huawei's first 5G phone nears its launch date, reality hits cord-cutting users seeking wireless-only service, and global operators demand increased access to mmWave spectrum, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, The US and tech giants meet to discuss the nation's Huawei ban, law enforcement worries that 5G could make cell phones too difficult to track, Verizon launches a 5G hotspot, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, AT&T joins MxD to accelerate 5G manufacturing applications, the USAF jumps into the commercial 5G fray, Vodafone UK launches a 5G wireless router to turn its 5G network into Wi-Fi, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G!
Also, the UK's other telecoms rush to catch up to EE, the Philippines claims the first commercially available 5G internet in Southeast Asia, the U.S. FCC mulls its mid-band spectrum auction plans, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, Germany completes its 2 GHz and 3.6 GHz mobile spectrum auction; Spain sees Europe's first 5G banking; Apple aims to take a bite out of Intel, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Also, China’s government green-lights its major state-owned carriers to begin 5G network rollouts; Qualcomm And Lenovo claim the world’s first prototype 5G PC; telco Three announces its intent to enter the UK 5G market this year, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G!
Anritsu Company has introduced its Remote Spectrum Monitor, a platform of modular and scalable products that helps operators generate a greater return on their multi-billion dollar spectrum investments and maximizes network capacity to meet consumer demand. Designed without a display or keyboard, Remote Spectrum Monitor automates the method of conducting radio surveillance, interference detection, and government spectrum policy enforcement.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has formed an international alliance with about a dozen telecommunications companies and universities to model and measure wireless channels at much higher frequencies than those used today to hasten the development of future cellphones and other devices.