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Cobham Wireless today announced it will demonstrate the industry’s first software-defined 5G user equipment (UE) simulator, based on Verizon’s open 5G standard, which can test downlink throughput of 10Gbps.

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Electronics Weekly

“Virtualising the solution provides operators with the flexibility to test technology and share hardware, software and licenses via the cloud,” said Cobham tecjnology director Dr Li-Ke Huang,

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Wireless Week

Cobham Wireless is also planning to demonstrate 5G testing tools, including what it called the “industry’s first” software-defined 5G user equipment simulator. Cobham said its tool is based on Verizon’s open 5G standard.

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Telecom Reseller

Cobham Wireless’ software-defined 5G test UE simulator enables the development of a virtualisable test solution, supporting a Lab-as-a-Service model for 5G testing towards a Virtual-Radio Access Network (V-RAN) architecture.

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5G Bulletin

Cobham Wireless today announced it will demonstrate the industry’s first software-defined 5G user equipment (UE) simulator, based on Verizon’s open 5G standard, which can test downlink throughput of 10Gbps.

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Land Mobile

The expense of rolling out a new network to support the IoT would be prohibitive to wide-scale deployment, so “a software-only upgrade to an existing network is a key factor to its success,” agrees Stamatis Georgoulis,

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Microwave Product Digest

5G is a very important area of development for Cobham Wireless. The new use cases that will be supported by 5G will depend on proving that new radio interface technologies can deliver the throughput, latency and capacity that will be required.

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E&T (Engineering and Technology)

Ingo Flomer, a public safety product manager with Cobham Wireless, commented: “Despite setbacks, the public safety industry should continue to work towards making 4G the long-term answer for the UKs emergency services network (ESN). The technology has already revolutionised the commercial sector and can have the same impact on the UK’s outdated public safety infrastructure.

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Developing Telecoms

During 2017, the public safety industry will continue to work towards making LTE the long term answer for emergency services communication.

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MicroScope

Comms specialists are predicting this will be a good year for FMC as the technology becomes mainstream

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