Since Wi-Fi was first released, its standards have continually evolved — typically resulting in faster speeds and network/spectrum efficiency. This paper discusses the basics of Wi-Fi standards and the evolution of Wi-Fi technologies.
This article discusses the use of the Shannon-Hartley Theorem in the context of 5G mmWave applications and how it may be used to find the number of bits/second expected in each section of bandwidth. This, in turn, relates to spectral efficiency and filter temperature stability.
The purpose of this application note is to give background information to the reader about the basics of EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility), EMI (Electromagnetic Interference), and how it relates to installations in the real world.
Millimeter-wave frequency bands are a proposed technology for supporting robust 5G mobile networks. Remcom contributed to an in-depth study published by the International Wireless Industry Consortium (IWPC), using Wireless InSite to analyze throughput in a complex urban scenario. These coverage results highlight potential obstacles and solutions for deployment of millimeter-wave for 5G.