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Unlocking 6 Key Measurement Challenges for 5G Radio Validation Webcast

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The 5G New Radio era officially begins with the publication of 3GPP Release 15 in December 2017, which defines a 5G overlay onto the existing 4G networks. As 5G and emerging wireless standards continue to evolve, wireless designers need flexibility to troubleshoot leading-edge issues in a variety of spectrum bands as well as high performance for more rigorous R&D validation.

Join Daren McClearnon, 5G Solution Marketing Manager, as he covers some of the details inside the 5G New Radio physical layer specification along with the structural evolution of the Radio Access Network. He will explore:

• Six key technology challenges for 5G that will be departures from 4G and previous generations
• Solution approaches to test and validation challenges
• The impacts of 5G on design and test for network equipment and the wireless infrastructure

Attend this webcast to learn the latest measurement techniques needed to overcome the challenges of your next wideband design.
 

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Daren McClearnon, 5G Solution Marketing Manager, Keysight Technologies

Daren McClearnon is a 5G Solution Marketing Manager for Internet Infrastructure products within Keysight Technologies. Daren was previously a product planner in the Keysight Design Software organization, and has held microwave engineering, product marketing, and management roles in both wireless and defense applications since 1985. He graduated with a BSEE from Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) and has previously worked at TI, HP, and Agilent Technologies.

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