$193m Savings with Improvements in 5G Radio Signal Processing
Whitepaper: The dollars are in the details
Our whitepaper commissioned from Mobile Experts research reveals enhanced LDPC IP can reduce a US operator’s gNodeB requirements by 2,550.
Spectrum is a mobile operator’s most valuable asset and the build-out of its 5G RAN one of its biggest costs. This whitepaper presents the latest revenue model research and shows how improvements in 5G radio signal processing can deliver significant savings on infrastructure costs for mobile operators.
As well as reading about the latest research, you can also watch our on demand webinar
Webinar: Maximizing the ROI of your 5G spectrum assets
Spectrum is a mobile operator’s most valuable asset and the build-out of its 5G RAN one of its biggest costs.
Join our hosts LightReading to discuss the challenge of 5G spectral efficiency, the issues that impact it, and the cost savings operators can realise by addressing it.
Presenting the latest analyst research and show how improvements in 5G radio signal processing can deliver significant savings on infrastructure costs for mobile operators will be; Roz Roseboro from Heavy Reading, Professor Rob Maunder from AccelerComm and Joe Madden from Mobile Experts.
Our cutting-edge channel coding IP is used to correct transmission errors in mobile, small cell and satellite communications caused by noise, interference and poor signal strength. This technology is optimized for the specific needs of cellular and satellite communications to provide market leading performance and efficiency.
Products include a complete channel coding IP solution that delivers reduced latency and power consumption for the most critical component of a 5G system, whilst meeting all the throughput and error correction targets. AccelerCommTM IP packages can be quickly integrated and flexibly delivered for use in custom silicon (ASIC), programmable hardware (FPGA) or as software solutions, covering all use cases within the current standards.
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