Introducing: the NI-RFmx 2.2, our latest release in advanced measurement software for PXI RF test systems, announced at Mobile World Congress 2017this morning. The NI-RFmx 2.2 reduces measurement time by up to 33%.
Today’s 4G LTE wireless networks can’t handle the data demands of our rapidly approaching, hyperconnected future. The demand for anywhere, anytime access is moving beyond the domain of smartphones, homes, offices, planes, trains, automobiles, and industrial equipment.
This is where 5G comes in: in order to meet bandwidth and latency needs, all of these connections are going to require a new type of wireless signal, as well as a mindset shift among wireless researchers who design, prototype and the test engineers who test these new networks, hand-set devices, and chip-set manufacturers.
5G continues to capture headlines around the globe, as wireless companies everywhere take on the challenge of building a 5G wireless network. 2017 will be a pivotal year for 5G, and Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona will give us a great look at how companies are working towards 5G, and how the industry is beginning to adapt.