Microwave Journal - Is the IIoT (Industrial IoT) Waiting on 5G? IoT devices may not need the high data rates of today’s smartphones or tablets, but many IoT applications require faster and more deterministic response times to expand the IoT’s reach. NI is working with researchers today to create 5G networks capable of supporting the IoT infrastructure.
Telecom Lead - NI opens 5G Wireless Innovation Lab in Austin NI said its lab supports researchers for driving significant advances in the development of next-generation wireless systems and research in 5G.
May 5, 2015 - NI Unveils New Wireless Innovation Lab to Advance 5G Research NI the provider of solutions that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, announced today the opening of the new Wireless Innovation Lab at its Austin headquarters.
Daily Mail - Nokia leads the way for 5G: Technology is 40 TIMES faster than 4G - and it's so powerful your phone can't handle it yet Nokia Networks teamed up with National Instruments (NI) to build what it's calling the fastest cellular technology ever tested. It sends data over a frequency of 73,000 MHz, or 73GHz.
Electronic Design – Q&A: James Kimery on LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite National Instruments’ James Kimery talks to Technology Editor Bill Wong about the LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite, which revolutionizes wireless prototyping for software-defined radio.
FierceWireless – National Instruments provides technology starting blocks in race to 5G A lot has been made of the industry's focus on 5G, a technology that has yet to be formally defined. But National Instruments is being, well, instrumental in forming--and proving--the types of technologies that eventually will get written in the standard.
Microwave Journal – Research Efforts Continue to Advance 5G Technologies On 18 February 2015, Frost & Sullivan hosted a virtual panel on 5G featuring speakers from National Instruments, Alcatel-Lucent, and NYU Wireless, which are among the leading companies and research institutions at the forefront of 5G technologies working to move forward the 5G agenda.
Nokia – Nokia and NTT DOCOMO 5G Collaboration To provide even better services for their customers, Nokia and NTT DOCOMO are continuing to innovate new mobile communication systems. Watch this video to see how Nokia and NTT DOCOMO are proving the feasibility of directional antennas in the 70 GHz band to track pedestrian user devices with a 5G mmWave proof of concept system featuring NI hardware and LabVIEW software.
Oct 15, 2014 – NI Collaborates With CROWD to Define 5G Wireless Communications - NI announced today its collaboration with CROWD, the European Union Framework Project 7 (EU FP7), to define next-generation wireless 5G communications. As a CROWD Member, NI researches reliable high-speed data access at all points in dense networks through small cell densification.
Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications – First over-the-air GFDM prototype released The Vodafone Chair has completed the first over-the-air prototype for GFDM, a new physical layer modulation scheme. GFDM has been proposed as an alternative to Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and as a candidate waveform to replace OFDM in future 5G cellular systems.
Sept 22, 2014 – Make Your Concept a Reality With mmWave A rapidly expanding prototyping solution, known as millimeter wave (mmWave), is the highest radio frequency band in practical use today and using these bands for cellular communication poses some unique challenges.
EE Times – 5G Rise Slowed by Cost, Regulation Governments around the world must agree to release spectrum in harmonized millimeter wave bands for 5G cellular services, according to a leading researcher in the field. The US has taken some, but not enough, steps in this direction.
CROWD – LabVIEW based Platform for prototyping dense LTE Networks in CROWD Project Next generation wireless networks (5G) have to cope with significant traffic increase due to high quality video transmission and cloud-based applications. Such requirements create the need for a revolutionary change in architecture rather than a series of local and incremental technology updates.
Forbes – National Instruments Stepping Ahead Of Agilent Technologies With New 5G LabVIEW Wireless Design Tools? National Instruments Corp. (NASDAQ:NATI) has been primarily known by engineers and scientists as one of the premiere test and measurement equipment companies.
Instant News – NI and the Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications Laboratory in building the first 5G National Instruments (National Instruments, NI and Shanghai hereinafter referred Wireless Communications Research Center (Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications, hereinafter referred to as WiCO cooperation to establish 'WiCO-NI wireless communications laboratory.'
Radio Electronics – National Instruments Lead User Program Drives 5G Wireless Communications Research National Instruments is investing in supporting universities developing the 5G telecommunications technologies.
Nokia – Nokia and NTT DOCOMO pave the way for 5G The experimental 5G PoC system will be implemented using National Instrument's (NI) baseband modules which make up the state-of-the-art system for rapid prototyping of 5G air interfaces today.
Mobile Europe – NTT DOCOMO Snares Six Vendors For Wide-Ranging 5G Trails Six vendors will use the likes of massive MIMO and candidate waveforms as part of experimental trials of 5G technology in partnership with Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO.
May 15, 2014 – National Instruments Announces Next-Generation 5G Collaboration With Nokia NI today announced that it’s working with Nokia’s Networks business to collaborate on advanced research related to fifth generation (5G) wireless technologies such as exploring peak data rates and cell-edge rates in excess of 10 Gbps and 100 Mbps, respectively.
April 25, 2014 – NI Vice President Delivers Keynote at 5G Summit The inaugural Brooklyn 5G Summit began to explore industry trends targeted at 5G wireless research initiatives.
February 24, 2014 – National Instruments and Lund University Announce Massive MIMO Collaboration National Instruments and Lund University today announced a collaboration on the development of a test bed capable of prototyping a massive multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) system.
Microwave Journal – Prototyping Massive MIMO Scaling up MU-MIMO to a large scale, classified as Massive MIMO, potentially offers higher network capacity, better reliability and increased energy efficiency of the Massive MIMO base station by lowering the overall transmitted power in a cell or served region.
Microwave Journal – The Road to 5G FAQs With the rapid adoption of smart devices such as smartphones, tablets and even fablets, network capacity and bandwidth are being consumed at accelerated rates. In fact, industry analysts predict that wireless data demand will exceed 2009 levels by over 35× in 2014...
Microwave Journal – A 5G Wireless Communications Vision In-depth recollection of our current state for motivating wireless communications and sketches a vsion of our 5G future.
Microwave Journal – TU Dresden uses NI platform for 5G research Researchers at TU Dresden (TUD) have begun investigations into 5G technologies using a graphical system design approach and National Instruments' software defined radio platfroms. Using the NI platform, TUD researchers significantly compressed the time to transition from concept to prototype.
Electronic Design – What to Expect with 5G The desire to further increase data rates in cellular networks is one of the biggest motivations behind today’s ongoing 5G research. Deployment of 5G networks will likely occur well into the future (think 2020), but engineers are researching 5G technologies today.
Microwaves & RF – Five Trends Shaping 802.11 WLANs WLAN technology continues to expand and evolve, with this wireless technology supporting personal and enterprise applications and reaching millimeter-wave frequencies.
Sep. 11, 2013 – National Instruments Lead User Program Paving the Way for 5G Wireless National Instruments is collaborating with several top researchers focused on RF and wireless communications research—specifically fifth generation (5G) wireless communications.