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Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote and Ericsson look beyond 100GHz to boost 5G backhaul capacity
In trials at Deutsche Telekom's Mobile Backhaul Service Center in Cosmote headquarters, Athens, the partners successfully proved the viability of frequency bands beyond 100GHz, such as W-band, for multi-gigabit wireless backhaul capacities for 5G and 6G. 5G's increasing capacity demands also (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote and Ericsson look beyond 100GHz to boost 5G backhaul capacity
In trials at Deutsche Telekom's Mobile Backhaul Service Center in Cosmote headquarters, Athens, the partners successfully proved the viability of frequency bands beyond 100GHz, such as W-band, for multi-gigabit wireless backhaul capacities for 5G and 6G. 5G's increasing capacity demands also (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote and Ericsson look beyond 100GHz to boost 5G backhaul capacity
In trials at Deutsche Telekom's Mobile Backhaul Service Center in Cosmote headquarters, Athens, the partners successfully proved the viability of frequency bands beyond 100GHz, such as W-band, for multi-gigabit wireless backhaul capacities for 5G and 6G. 5G's increasing capacity demands also (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Deutsche Telekom, Cosmote and Ericsson look beyond 100GHz to boost 5G backhaul capacity
In trials at Deutsche Telekom's Mobile Backhaul Service Center in Cosmote headquarters, Athens, the partners successfully proved the viability of frequency bands beyond 100GHz, such as W-band, for multi-gigabit wireless backhaul capacities for 5G and 6G. 5G's increasing capacity demands also (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

BrainGate: High-bandwidth wireless brain-computer interface for humans
In an important step toward a fully implantable intracortical brain-computer interface system, BrainGate researchers demonstrated human use of a wireless transmitter capable of delivering high-bandwidth neural signals.
[Science daily]

System detects errors when medication is self-administered
Researchers have developed a system that uses wireless radio signals and artificial intelligence to detect errors in patients' use of inhalers and insulin pens. The technology could reduce unnecessary hospital admissions caused by poor adherence to certain medication administration (...)
[Science daily]

Qualcomm Continues to Collaborate with Leading Global Audio Brands to Drive a New Era for Wireless Audio
Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd., is a global leader in the wireless audio space, driving technology innovation and offering an extensive portfolio of platforms and technologies to help OEMs meet rapidly-evolving audio consumer demands. The State of Play Report 2020, a multi-geography (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Qualcomm Continues to Collaborate with Leading Global Audio Brands to Drive a New Era for Wireless Audio
Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd., is a global leader in the wireless audio space, driving technology innovation and offering an extensive portfolio of platforms and technologies to help OEMs meet rapidly-evolving audio consumer demands. The State of Play Report 2020, a multi-geography (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

The open, interoperable path to 5G deployment
For more than two decades, Arm technology has been at the heart of cellular technology and mobile device computing. From base stations to handsets, Arm is ubiquitous from the network to end devices and will span all key areas of 5G, the fastest growing generation of wireless cellular. - - As 5G (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

The open, interoperable path to 5G deployment
For more than two decades, Arm technology has been at the heart of cellular technology and mobile device computing. From base stations to handsets, Arm is ubiquitous from the network to end devices and will span all key areas of 5G, the fastest growing generation of wireless cellular. - - As 5G (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

The open, interoperable path to 5G deployment
For more than two decades, Arm technology has been at the heart of cellular technology and mobile device computing. From base stations to handsets, Arm is ubiquitous from the network to end devices and will span all key areas of 5G, the fastest growing generation of wireless cellular. - - As 5G (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

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