Emerging 5G Use Cases and Effective Test Strategies


Important Considerations for a Successful 5G Test Strategy

As 5G continues to evolve, so do the plethora of new use cases that unveil additional dimensions of capability in terms of higher bandwidth, lower latency, and efficient scalability. While these create new opportunities and innovations, the way design and manufacturing engineers verify their products and test procedures must also keep pace with the new challenges these capabilities bring to an already complex 5G ecosystem.

This white paper provides you with:

Anritsu White Paper inset, Emerging 5G Use Cases and Tests

  • An overview of the evolution of 5G based on the foundational pillars of Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC) and Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), and how they are changing the test landscape
  • A look at emerging 5G use cases in automotive, healthcare, and industry
  • Three important factors to consider for a successful 5G test strategy

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