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Creating an RF Production Network Replica for Rapid Testing and Deployment in the Open RAN and Telco Era

Last week we hosted our webinar, "The Mirror Lab: A New Approach for RF Testing and RAN Deployment in the Telco Cloud Era". For those that missed it or want to listen again, here’s a recording to the webinar.

Virtualizing Your 5G RF Testing Lab (Top 5 Industry Use Cases)

Acentury is excited to present the third of the Top 5 Industry Use Cases, Virtual RF Lab & Testing Automation, where we take a look how Acentury responded to RF lab challenges with LAMTA.

Top 5 Use Cases: Industry Solutions for Wireless Operators

In this virtual seminar, we'll review several use cases that demonstrate how our solutions were customized to solve specific business problems.

Guide to 5G DAS Systems Part 2: Small Cells and Hybrid DAS Solutions

Learn more about Small Cells and Hybrid DAS solutions for multi-story in-building solutions.

Why is the lowest possible PIM essential, especially for 5G networks?

You may have noticed a constant emphasis on “extra-low PIM” when reading about network components and cables. Why is a low passive intermodulation (PIM) rating important, especially for 5G networks?

Guide to 5G: Distributed Antenna Systems (5G DAS)

Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are one of the most popular in-building solutions. But what will be 5G's impact on DAS? Our guide to 5G DAS: Learn more about DAS, how it works, its benefits and challenges, and its role in 5G deployment.

5G Applications

In today’s discussion we discuss the various 5G applications, both for the enterprise and consumer user.

The Shared Lab Challenge

The constantly evolving communication networks require development of new Ethernet network devices, being either traditional hardware implementations or virtual, software based implementations – Virtual Network Functions (VNF). In both cases the devices need to be tested during development to troubleshoot and validate the functioning of the new devices.

5G Basics: Non-Standalone vs Standalone (NSA vs SA)

5G is the fifth generation of mobile communication technology; revolutionary with an achievable downlink speed of 1000Mbps under ideal conditions. The deployment of 5G is consequential, but complicated with one contributing factor to the complexity being the two difference 5G network modes.

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