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Automotive Connectivity Enables the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)

posted on Jul 29, 2021
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Learn about everything from lab-based testing and in-field performance testing to over-the-air (OTA) testing needs.

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Ansys 5G Mobile/UE Solutions

posted on Jul 28, 2021
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Ansys simulation software for 5G provides a compelling set of design solutions from mobile user equipment to networks and beyond. Simulation applications include electronics thermal management, advanced RF front-end design, and radio desensitization and EMI issues in 5G Smartphones.

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Webinar: Building a Security Observability Strategy in AWS

posted on Jul 27, 2021
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NORTH AMERICA 11:00AM PT | 2:00PM ET
EMEA 10:00AM BST | 11:00AM CET
APAC 11:00AM SGT | 2:00PM AEST

Architecting a security observability strategy can provide heightened visibility into cloud-native infrastructures, such as microservices, serverless, and containers. Centering around logs, metrics, and traces, a security observability strategy can unlock insights and aid in troubleshooting faster than traditional monitoring tools. In this webinar, SANS and AWS Marketplace will discuss architecting a security observability strategy in AWS.

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Efficient Beam Management in 5G mmWave

posted on Jul 23, 2021
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Learn about beamforming and beam management techniques with massive MIMO antennas in 5G mmWave, and how to model and simulate based on 3GPP-defined procedures.

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Field-Test Your 5G Network Deployment

posted on Jul 19, 2021
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Discover which RF field tests ensure a smooth 5G network deployment and learn how Keysight's FieldFox handheld analyzer equipped with 5G NR software can help you

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Webinar: Compliance Testing and Signal Integrity Debugging of USB 3.2 Interfaces

posted on Jul 15, 2021
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Webinar: Compliance Testing and Signal Integrity Debugging of USB 3.2 Interfaces

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Accelerate IoT Regulatory Compliance Testing

posted on Jul 15, 2021
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Navigate the complexities of wireless device compliance validation with confidence and discover insights into regulatory compliance testing that accelerate wireless device certification.

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Virtual 5G Innovations is Back for MWC21 Barcelona

posted on Jul 13, 2021
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Explore innovations in 5G with joint demos featuring mobile industry leaders. Join us to explore 8 new demos across 2 days on O-RAN & R-16. 

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Join Keysight experts for 5G Rel-16 Essentials Week

posted on Jul 12, 2021
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Keysight's 3GPP 5G Rel-16 Essentials Week includes 3 webinars that explore the advances in 5G standards and a panel session to answer your burning questions.

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Why Can't Computing at the Heart of Bitcoin Be More Useful?

posted on Jul 12, 2021
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Elon Musk recently sent Bitcoin’s value plummeting after voicing concerns about the cryptocurrency’s “insane” energy use. But what if there were a way to channel its computing power towards something more productive?

Bitcoin currently consumes as much electricity as a small country thanks to the huge amounts of processing required to verify transactions. What’s worse, the bulk of this number crunching is dedicated to churning out strings of digits with no practical use.

As Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies grow, there’s been growing criticism of the huge amounts of electricity being diverted into these wasteful calculations. That’s prompted some researchers to ask if we could replace them with something more productive.

“Bitcoin is now consuming too much electricity without creating any real benefit for the world,” says Taeho Jung, an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame. “So we were wondering if we can do it better, if we can reinvest this energy consumption and com... read more