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“Although there will not be an operational LTE public safety network in place this year, it is likely that the standards and regulations will be implemented in advance of a possible 2018 deployment,“ Flomer says.

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Computer Business Review

We can expect other countries to follow in the footsteps of the US, leveraging LTE to deliver critical comms applications for emergency services.

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Railway Strategies

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Over a third of UK rail routes don’t have comprehensive mobile operator coverage, 50% of passengers rate on-board mobile connection as poor or intermittent

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Evaluation Engineering

“The major challenge facing 5G this year is that the standard will not be defined as a single wireless technology like its predecessors,” said Dr. Li-Ke Huang, research and technology director at Cobham Wireless.

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CNET

Li-Ke Huang, a 5G ?researcher at Cobham Wireless, welcomes the investment of taxpayers’ money in tech. “5G can also help fix the various ‘not spots’ across the country, such as commuter rail lines and large parts of rural Britain”, said Huang. “The proposed government investment will help position the UK as a leader in 5G research and development.”

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Computer Weekly

“The proposed government investment will help position the UK as a leader in 5G R&D, and provide the nation with a head start in the consequent race to bring the benefits of this technology to consumers and businesses.”

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Electronics Weekly

“Research and development centres in the UK are already actively involved in validating core 5G technologies and testing their performance – but we need continual investment to support its evolution, looking at everything from chipsets to network performance,” said Dr Huang.

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Information Age

Dr Li-Ke Huang, 5G ?research and technology at Cobham Wireless, for example, said: “The government’s plans to invest in 5G technology are vital in order for the UK to retain its position as a digital leader in Europe.

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Microwave Journal

Cobham Wireless demonstrated the first software-defined 5G user equipment (UE) simulator, based on Verizon’s open 5G standard, which can test downlink throughput of 10 Gbps and support multiple simultaneous 5G air interfaces that are compatible with various wireless standards, including 3GPP’s 5G New Radio (5GNR).

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The Fast Mode

Using Cobham’s TM500 network testing solution, the companies are able to show a real-time working dual connectivity system and demonstrate how dual/multi connectivity can be achieved in a live network environment.

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