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5G Spectrum and Standards

5G Spectrum and Standards

By (author): Geoff Varrall
Copyright: 2016
Pages: 360
ISBN: 9781630810443

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This new resource provides key insight into future 5G radio systems and the technical and economic impact on industries, communities and end-users. The book offers a comprehensive understanding of the options available for teams tasked with bringing 5G products and services to market or developing supporting standards and regulatory frameworks. Readers find contemporary examples of millimeter band radio hardware including 60 GHz and V band and E Band point to point radio.


This book demonstrates the profound progress with 4G radio signal processing and RF hardware to reveal its potential applicability to 5G radio systems. It shows how 5G systems are capable of delivering data rates that are ten to one hundred times faster than 4G systems. Developments in spatial processing and beam forming in local area radio networks are presented and the challenge of scaling these systems to wide area radio is explored. This book reviews military and space radio and automotive radar innovation with direct relevance to 5G radio design.


Order this title along with Geoff Varrall's 5G and Satellite Spectrum, Standards, and Scale and receive a 30% discount plus FREE shipping. Add both books to your cart and use promo code VARRALL5G at checkout.

The Technology Cost of Standards; Technology Cost-Spectrum-The Cost of Band Complexity; The Cost of Co-Existence; Allocation and Auction Economics-Theory and Practice; Middle Earth; 3 Band 5G-Wavelength Bands; The Metre Band; The 3 Band Model- The Centimeter Band- 3 GHz to GHz; The Millimeter Band; 5G DSP; 5G The End of the Story?
  • Geoff Varrall Geoff Varrall joined RTT an executive director and shareholder to develop RTT's international business as a provider of technology and business services to the wireless industry. Previously he was a director at Cambridge Wireless and has undertaken spectrum and standards consultancy work for a broad cross section of operators and vendors and regulatory and standards agencies in the US, Europe and Asia.
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