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5G Mobile Communications

Evolution. Revolution. Reality.

While the technologies that will constitute 5G are still being worked on, the ITU-R has identified three main usage scenarios for 5G: Enhanced mobile broadband with up to 20 Gbps peak data rate, massive machine-type communications and ultra-reliable and low latency communications. To meet the requirements for this next generation of mobile communications, researchers are looking to a wide range of enabling technologies in RF, microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies - ranging from advanced waveforms and multiple access schemes to multiple antenna techniques such as massive MIMO and beamforming.

Being first and best in 5G depends on tools that let you explore new signals, scenarios and topologies. Keysight’s 5G test solutions are ready to enable deeper insights as development of the standard evolves.

In 5G design and test, our solutions help you innovate across new and existing technologies as you transform ideas into reality. The race is on and Keysight will help you take the lead—from evolution to revolution to reality.

  • Explore new signals, scenarios and topologies with SystemVue simulation libraries for 5G test.
  • Create the system you need for 5G test—faster—with reference solutions to test areas such as channel sounding, new waveforms and wideband mmWave systems.
  • Push 5G I/O performance goals forward with high performance oscilloscopes providing gigabit digital views into time and frequency domains.

We can also advise, assist and augment your teams: all around the world, you can tap into the expertise of Keysight consultants and application engineers who are deeply familiar with the latest wireless technologies. Our expertise is also readily available through white papers, application notes and webcasts posted on www.keysight.com/find/5g-insight

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All US and Canada Events - Trade Shows, Seminars, Webcasts 
Calendar of upcoming events

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RF/uW Applications in Automotive Workshop 
Various cities in 2017

Seminar

 
Keysight Test-Drive 2017 
Various dates and locations in 2017

Seminar

 
Understanding Phase Noise and Why it Matters Webcast 
Live broadcast July 12, 2017; 10am PT / 1pm ET

Webcast

 
5G Beams and Dreams: From FD-MIMO to Massive MIMO Webcast 
Original broadcast April 27, 2017

Webcast - recorded

 
RF Fundamentals Part 4: RF and Microwave Power Measurements Webcast 
Live broadcast April 18, 2017; 10am PT / 1pm ET

Webcast

 
Oscilloscope or Digitizer for Wideband analysis – Why care? 
Original broadcast March 1, 2017

Webcast - recorded

 
Millimeter-wave Challenges Webcast 
Original broadcast February 23, 2017

Webcast - recorded

 
Understanding RF and Microwave Analysis Basics Webcast 
Original broadcast January 30, 2017

Webcast - recorded

 
Realizing Efficiency Gains in Baseband-to-RF Testing of Remote Radio Heads Webcast 
Original broadcast January 25, 2017

Webcast - recorded

 
RF Fundamentals Webcast Part 2 : Spectral Analysis  
Original broadcast December 8, 2016

Webcast - recorded

 
Unlocking Wideband 5G & mmWave Insights to 110 GHz Webcast 
Original broadcast November 2, 2016

Webcast - recorded

 
Wireless Site Survey, Spectrum Monitoring and Interference Analysis Webcast 
Original broadcast April 28, 2016

Webcast - recorded

 
5G Physical Layer Modeling: A Communication System Architect’s Guide Webcast 
Original broadcast February 4, 2016

Webcast - recorded

 
5G Channel Sounding Challenges and Test Approaches Webcast 
Original broadcast September 24, 2015

Webcast - recorded

 
A Flexible Testbed for 5G Waveform Generation and Analysis Webcast 
Original broadcast May 7, 2015

Webcast - recorded

 
MVG - Orbit/FR µ-Lab – A Compact  Integrated Test Facility for mm-Wave Antenna Testing Webcast 
Original broadcast March 19, 2015

Webcast - recorded

 
Understanding 5G and How to Navigate Multiple Physical Layer Proposals Webcast 
Original broadcast February 5, 2015

Webcast - recorded

 
Understanding Available Measurement Techniques for Spurious or Unknown Signals Webcast 
Original broadcast February 25, 2015

Webcast - recorded