Software-defined RF front-end board coming to Crowd Supply soon, includes power amplification, filter, and support circuitry for real-world use-cases including amateur radio/satcom, cellular, and wideband radio networks.
"What all these updates have in common is that they’re proving that our network transformation is real. It works," says Andre Fuetsch. "We know there are entrenched interests that want to see the old models prevail. But that's not happening. We're determined to find a better path forward for ourselves, our industry, and, most importantly, for our customers."
ITU filings reveal a 3,236 satellite constellation in low Earth orbits, providing coverage for around 95 percent of the world's population - and a clear reason behind last year's launch of the Amazon Web Services Ground Station platform.
"We are excited to collaborate with O-RAN Alliance in bringing communities together to create software for this important access area of telecommunications," says the Linux Foundation's Arpit Joshipura. "This step towards execution marks another major milestone in networking partnerships across standards and open source organisations."
"A statement will be published in Q3, with auction applications expected to begin in December 2019," the UK's communication regulator explains. "We will also publish a statement in Q2 on potential spectrum-based solutions to improving coverage both indoors and in rural communities."
"5G is indeed the next big thing in wireless," says Pai. "It has transformative potential, including much faster speeds, much lower latency, much more capacity, and new services and applications, many of which nobody can even predict today."
"Drones offer exciting opportunities for the future that will benefit society and the economy. However, we need to make sure they are used safely and responsibly," explains Vodafone Business UK director Anne Sheehan. "We are delighted to bring our mobile connectivity expertise to the NBEC consortium so that drone technology can be further tested and developed."
Report points to "the incorporation of more detailed, real-world GIS data; real-time spectrum sensing data; the growing sophistication of propagation and interference modelling; value-added, cloud-based database services; and the potential to combine blockchain technology with dynamic database coordination."
"The basic idea: find scheduling solutions through solving a certain number of small and independent sub-problems on the GPU in parallel," the team explains. "The solution to each sub-problem is a feasible solution to the original PF scheduling problem. The output solution of GPF is then the best one among all sub-problem solutions."
"For the first time, TIP is showing how its technologies fit together across a telecom network," explains executive director Attilio Zani. "Together, this suite of solutions utilises a software-centric, vendor-neutral approach that highlights the value of disaggregation and the power of interoperability for more agile, cost-efficient networks."