Device Development

20 Mar 19
VentureBeat
Across most of the world, early 5G networks are harmonizing on a specific stretch of wireless spectrum — the 3.5GHz band — but in the United States, the spectrum was reserved years ago for naval radar systems, and named the “Citizens Broadband Radio Service” (CBRS). Following years of technical and legal work to enable the Navy and cellular carriers to share the 3.5GHz band, the CBRS Alliance today announced that a 5G-specific sharing standard is under development, with 5G service planned to commence on the band in 2020. The announcement is significant for one reason: It will make global 5G smartphones easier to develop and sell. Unlike early 5G deployments in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, which focused largely on the “midrange” 3.5GHz band, early U.S. 5G deployments have relied exclusively on 28GHz and higher frequency millimeter wave bands, requiring cutting-edge technologies that are more challenging to shrink into smartphone-sized devices. In short, millimeter wave bands offer much greater bandwidth than 3.5GHz, but most countries have approved 5G service on the midrange frequency. This difference could force companies to use different parts in their U.S. and non-U.S. devices, as Samsung has with its Galaxy S10 5G phone, conceivably doubling their engineering and testing time, while preventing one phone model from working on 5G networks everywhere. So while the CBRS Alliance isn’t well known to U.S. consumers, it’s doing important work. The second release of its standard already supports shared spectrum use of the 3.5GHz band for 4G/LTE, and some 4G modems already support that standard. In the upcoming third release, CBRS will add support for 5G, as well as coexistence between 4G and 5G signaling on the 3.5GHz band. The Alliance’s standards notably aren’t replacements or alternatives to the 3GPP’s international 5G standard, but rather a complementary technical standard specific to the U.S. need for spectrum sharing. CBRS Alliance Release 3 is expected to be finished in the fourth quarter of 2019, enabling shared spectrum 5G service to begin in 2020. But it’s worth noting that these aren’t fixed dates. The Alliance previously expected commercial 4G sharing of the 3.5GHz band to begin late last year or early this year under the name “OnGo,” but that hasn’t happened yet, perhaps because carriers have been more interested in using the band for OnGo 5G service. The U.S. is aware of the 3.5GHz band’s increasing global importance. Last October, the FCC voted to open the 3.5GHz band for 5G, creating 15 total channels within the 3.55GHz to 3.70GHz range. The Navy reserves preemptive rights to use the spectrum whenever and wherever it needs it, typically only on the coasts of the United States, where naval vessels and facilities are located; CBRS Alliance standards enable smartphones to roam onto 3.5GHz spectrum when it’s available, and shift off of it as needed.
20 Mar 19
The software Blog

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20 Mar 19
Management jobs in Sweden, Denmark

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20 Mar 19
Management jobs in Sweden, Denmark

Company: Alten Sverige AB Location: Göteborg Apply Catch this unique opportunity to be leading the industrialization of a game changing device for the life Science industry. Are you passionate, brave, and committed enough to head a project taking the medtech Industry to the next level? If you are, you will have the chance to improve […]

20 Mar 19
The software Blog

Being Project Managers, our team was given a task to carry out a research on Small and Medium Scaled businesses In the Central Province of Sri Lanka and then find out the positive and negative impact of Globalization in these SME’s. For this we chose three different types of Organization with three different types of […]

20 Mar 19
Management jobs in Sweden, Denmark

Company: Mölnlycke Location: Göteborg Apply Gothenburg, SE Ref. number: 302 Now we are looking for a Global Product Manager (GPM) to be responsible for the products within the Conventional category including efficient life cycle management, implementation of portfolio plans and support to markets with product information. In this role you will report directly to the […]

20 Mar 19
The Creative Classroom with Mrs Haf

I found this a tricky challenge to get my head around however after a lot of research into digital pre-text and how that can be delivered. Once I got my head around the concept, I was really excited about the idea of delivering this challenge. I really enjoy being creative, I adore children’s books and […]

20 Mar 19
Management jobs in Sweden, Denmark

Company: Mölnlycke Location: Göteborg Apply Gothenburg, SE Ref. number: 368 Does helping to make life better for millions of people motivate you? If the answer is yes, you think just like us. In our daily work, we create unique medical solutions to improve quality of life. We enjoy what we do because it makes a […]

20 Mar 19
Write Extraordinary

I once did a ‘Lunchtime Learning’ event the Athens Clarke County Library asked me to do on the topic of writing fantasy.  As the audience included wee newbies as well many-times-over published writers, it presented a unique challenge.  Below are the handouts for the class if you’re interested.  The first was ‘How to Write a […]

20 Mar 19
NetworkNewsWire

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20 Mar 19
calyrobb.com

Think about this for a second: Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit. Does it strike a chord? I don’t think so. That’s latin and if you don’t understand the language, you won’t be able to interprete further signs. The phrase means, “from nothing comes nothing”, a clinical punch to the fact that nothing in life will just […]

20 Mar 19
Health Plan

It’s been an interesting week as far as looking into the future goes – between potential Pokemon Go successor Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and this morning’s news that a big PC mod is being ported to mobile, I’m hoping the free-to-play space will get its act together and give us some half-decent experiences for a […]

20 Mar 19
Gaming Site

It’s been an interesting week as far as looking into the future goes – between potential Pokemon Go successor Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and this morning’s news that a big PC mod is being ported to mobile, I’m hoping the free-to-play space will get its act together and give us some half-decent experiences for a […]

20 Mar 19
PROOFCILEDHAU BLOG

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20 Mar 19
SciSeek

Physicist Jon Menard with concepts for a next-generation fusion facility. Credit: Elle Starkman/PPPL Office of Communications Can tokamak fusion facilities, the most widely used devices for harvesting on Earth the fusion reactions that power the sun and stars, be developed more quickly to produce safe, clean, and virtually limitless energy for generating electricity? Physicist Jon…