Open RAN

3 challenges you might face with Open RAN deployment. The deployment and management of the radio access network (RAN) is the most expensive part of network. Today, new 5G radio access networks (RANs) are being developed to support a range of new features, including multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) antennas, large spectrum bandwidths and multi-band carrier aggregation. […]

The demand for fast, flawless network connectivity continues to expand across the globe as our world becomes increasingly digitally interconnected. High-speed 4G and 5G networks provide instant access to data-intensive apps, games and videos on billions of devices across the world, while the Internet of Things (IoT) allows them to seamlessly interact with one another. […]

In a data center environment, there are several key considerations that go into whether to deploy a multimode fiber, short-wavelength or a single mode-fiber-based, long-wavelength optical network. As they continue to drive critical business processes with fiber-optic connectivity as their backbone to allow connection with link servers, storage systems, and switches, both data centers and […]

A flu pandemic swept the world from 1918 to 1920, infecting approximately a quarter of the world’s population and killing over 50 million. One hundred years later, the world is again facing the reality of a viral pandemic. But today we have accumulated a century of health and technological advances that can fortify the fight […]

Every day, professionals across a range of industries rely on radio communications using Land Mobile Radio (LMR) technologies, including Project 25 (P25) radio systems. Whether a routine communication or a mission-critical emergency call, each transmission requires reliable and resilient technology. Radio test solutions play a critical role in ensuring that reliability and performance. Today, VIAVI […]

The Passive Optical Network (PON) is a telecommunication technology that is used to implement a point-to-multipoint architecture. In order to enable a single optical fiber, the system uses fiber optic combiners and splitters, which is then used to serve multiple end-users without the need for individual fibers between customers and the hub. The coverage range […]

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