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With the arrival of 5G already occurring in select countries and the anticipated launch expected to happen in most within 2020, the need for telecom engineers to be skilled and trained within all aspects of 5G is evident. In order to achieve set targets and for the roll-out of 5G to be deemed successful, telecom […]

The prescription for precise SSB configuration As 5G moves from the lab into the field, service provider (SP) deployment teams are learning about the nuances of different 5G NR implementations. Unsurprisingly, all 5G NR implementations are not the same, but getting a solid dose of understanding on beamforming and the impact of profile configuration is […]

On March 22, VIAVI held a webinar on real-world narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) testing. The webinar covered IoT market trends, an NB-IoT technology overview, field testing scenarios, and NB-IoT measurements. But the best part by far was the Q & A! We got so many great questions, we decided to turn them into a blog post. […]

Locating an interference source is nothing short of finding a needle in a haystack. From a service provider perspective, RF interference is much more than a nuisance. If it is not eliminated, it can negatively impact service providers’ CAPEX, and OPEX, and can cause subscriber churn. In a recent survey conducted by Nokia of 20,000 […]

Spectrum, the most valuable asset for a mobile service provider, is increasingly crowded and stretched.  New applications and services depend on cleaner and wider RF channels.  No longer just a matter of coverage, spectrum like the rest of the network, is strained for capacity.  Current 4G services add more channels, wider channels, and more aggregation […]

In this blog we will discuss in brief the benefits of distributed RAN, some of the challenges faced by this new architecture, and how the RFoCPRI solution on Viavi’s CellAdvisor platform is helping service providers to overcome those challenges. Advancements in radio technology (improved power amplifier efficiency, better design and longer MTBF) have allowed service […]

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