Anite-led Metis task group defines 5G channel models

Thursday 12 June 2014 | 11:18 CET | News
Wireless testing systems provider Anite has announced that an Anite-led task group within the Metis project has published channel models for 5G. The interim channel models were co-authored by eight Metis partners and approved by other key members for publication. The Metis project is a consortium of 28 wireless industry players, which aims to lay the foundation for 5G. Anite was selected in late 2013 to lead the radio channel modelling Task Group within Metis. The interim 5G channel models are part of the Metis Deliverable D1.2 and generally available for 5G technology developers worldwide.

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