With so much emphasis being placed on how things WILL change, and to a certain extent rightly so, the market is losing sight of the existing challenges that stand in the way of producing safe and reliable vehicles today
The National Science Foundation (NSF), along with an industry consortium of 28 networking companies and associations that includes NI, announced the first two Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) initiative awards.
Health care is one of the biggest social and economic issues of our time. The need to assist an aging population has increased pressure on our limited resources for around-the-clock monitoring of health activity. Researchers at Coventry University and University College London used NI radio products to develop a truly innovative solution.
Global interest in small, multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is rising rapidly. However, the limited understanding of rotor-to-rotor interference effects is slowing down the development of UAVs with overlapping rotors. Fortunately, leading researchers at the University of Southampton are building a library of empirical data to drive future innovation.
A lot happened in the world of 5G this year. Stay on top of the standard updates and get our director of RF and wireless research, James Kimery’s perspective on the incredible changes the wireless industry saw in 2017:
The 3GPP agreed to accelerate the 5G deliverables by up to six months. A complete Non-Stand Alone (NSA) architecture is expected to be finalized by March of 2018 with the SA version using a 5G core network coming six months later.
Not yet, but the foundation is being laid today. Semiconductors, software, infrastructure, data centers, edge computing, and of course test and measurement must rise up to realize the vast potential that 5G promises.