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Webinar 1: What 5G Enables
Yes, 5G will provide faster speeds, but it is designed to do much more than that. Low latencies, greater resiliency and the ability for a network provider to provide users with performance guarantees are among 5G’s key promises.
Webinar 2: 5G and Wireless Sites: Siting, NIMBY and Smart Communities
To deliver faster speeds and lower latencies, 5G requires end users to be closer to a cell site. That means many more cell sites are needed than for 4G. While this will require some new towers to be built, the vast majority of the new sites will be located on existing structures—buildings, streetlights, utility poles, etc.—that have access to fiber or other broadband backhaul.
Webinar 3: The 5G Ecosystem: What’s Real and What’s Hype?
5G offers tremendous promise with ultra-high data speeds, low latency and greater reliability being some of the ultimate features. But not all of those capabilities will be available on Day 1, and some aspects may take longer than others. In this webinar, panelists will discuss when things like 5G devices, 5G test equipment, 5G coverage and design tools and network slicing—all within the context of non-standalone vs. standalone 5G—will be available in the marketplace.
Test Strategies for 5G NR
The successful design, production and rollout of 5G networks requires sound test strategies that ensure product and system performance while also meeting stringent cost and time requirements. Anritsu’s new 5G NR white paper addresses current standards, frequency considerations and how to develop and implement sound test processes. Learn more by downloading the Test Strategies for 5G NR white paper.
Operator Strategies for 5G Transport: 2019 Heavy Reading Survey
Most 5G industry discussions focus on the radio network, but the transport network will also play a crucial role in 5G. Based on a global operator survey of 104 respondents, this white paper provides the industry’s most in-depth look at the current state and future trajectory of 5G transport (or Xhaul) based on operators’ views and plans.
1914.3 (RoE) eCPRI Transport
This White Paper discusses the network architecture changes, new frame formats, expected timing, and latency requirements, and why they are required. Understanding the combination of these key areas will provide the background to understanding how these networks will look as this industry moves rapidly to 5G.
Transporting 5G from Vision to Reality
As the race to deploy 5G gathers speed, the reality of building out new and different network architectures presents a variety of complex issues for service providers to address. Building on this real-world experience, this paper examines 5G transport challenges, evolution of the radio access network (RAN) architecture, best practices for design and deployment, early business model opportunities and a vision for the future.


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