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Keysight, Bristol university team for 5G millimeter-wave R&D

Tuesday 8 September 2015 | 17:02 CET | News
Keysight Technologies, provider of 5G electronic design and test tools, has announced a co-operation with the University of Bristol on 5G millimetre-wave research. The are already deeply involved in the 5G ecosystem in Europe and the US and now will be working closely together on multiple 5G millimetre-wave technologies. They will combine their capabilities in millimetre-wave radio channel measurements and simulation to understand the nuances of these frequencies for use in communications. The test environment will combine Keysight's millimetre-wave channel sounding hardware and software with

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Companies: Keysight Technologies
Countries: United Kingdom
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