Articles tagged mmWave explained

  • How Mesh Networks enable real world applications

    2nd February 2021 by Blu Wireless

    How Mesh Networks enable real world applications

    We previously discussed why mesh networks are an ideal solution to solving many of the problems innovators face when deploying 5G communications networks, especially across smart cities, private networks for industry, or Public Safety. As...

  • What is a mesh network?

    12th January 2021 by Blu Wireless

    What is a mesh network?

    In many real-world deployment scenarios for communications networks, particularly in industrial or smart city settings, a simple point-to-point connection does not offer the reliability or flexibility needed to support the wide variety of use cases...

  • The license-exempt spectrum: An opportunity for 3GPP – PART 1

    18th November 2020 by Mark Barrett

    The license-exempt spectrum: An opportunity for 3GPP – PART 1

    Our CMO Mark Barrett discusses the future and benefits of licence-exempt technology in the mmWave spectrum, and how it will enable better connectivity by complementing 3GPP. In this first part we discuss how the unlicensed...

  • Opening up UK 5G networks with millimetre wave

    15th October 2020 by Mark Barrett

    Opening up UK 5G networks with millimetre wave

    A radical programme is opening up new ways to roll out 5G mobile networks in the UK, all the way from the radio front end through to the core network. The Open RAN (O-RAN) Alliance...

  • Programmability drives 5G open network development

    9th September 2020 by Blu Wireless

    Programmability drives 5G open network development

    Closed networks are dead. To be effective, wireless networks increasingly have to be constructed from a range of technologies, protocols and frequency bands. One opportunity has been the opening up of the millimetre wave (mmWave)...

  • The power of flexible 5G networks

    7th September 2020 by Blu Wireless

    The power of flexible 5G networks

    The latest generation of wireless technology marks a dramatic shift. Every new generation looks to increase the capacity and bandwidth of a fixed amount of spectrum. But the developers of 5G learned more lessons from...

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