28 Feb 2018

Keysight unveils 5G integrated design & test solution

Keysight has revealed its comprehensive suite of 5G-related solutions and services. The Keysight system is aimed at addressing the 5G challenges currently experienced by network equipment manufacturers.

Network equipment manufacturers building 5G base stations need to integrate complex multi-channel antenna arrays over expanded frequencies. They also need to deliver lower latencies and support a wide range of machine to machine user behaviours.

“Keysight is working closely with leading market makers to accelerate deployment of 5G networks by providing comprehensive solutions, ranging from physical layer to full UE protocol emulation capabilities, enabling network equipment manufacturers and mobile operators to conduct comprehensive testing of 5G NR base stations,” stated Giampaolo Tardioli, vice president and general manager of Keysight's wireless chipset group.

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