Upcoming Test Innovation Webinars Series
Emerging and evolving technologies create opportunities for players to disrupt the existing ecosystem. With the turning of a new decade, 5G, Wi-Fi and UWB will be the technologies for the next decade of innovation and expansion. Being well equipped with the knowledge needed to prepare for the challenges and the opportunities will be paramount. Are you ready for this new phase? Do you have the knowledge for its testing, deployment, and technicalities?
We invite you to join us for 5G, UWB, Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth 5.2 deep dive with LitePoint’s experts in these fields.
Deploying Small Cell for 5G: Use Cases & Benefits
March 16, 2021 @ 10:00am
Learn how Small Cells’ deployment can improve the coverage and capacity of the 5G network deployment.
Location, Location, Location! BT 5.1, UWB and 802.11az
April 20, 2021 @ 10:00am
Learn how Bluetooth, UWB and Wi-Fi 802.11az technologies are bringing location positioning to the next generation devices.
Latest UWB developments: AoA, FiRa Certifications and more
May 18, 2021 @ 10:00am
UWB is evolving fast. Discuss how AoA is adding directionality, how to grow an interoperable UWB ecosystem with FiRa certifications and much more.
802.11be/Wi-Fi 7: What is it and when will I get it?
June 15, 2021 @ 10:00am
With 320 MHz channels and a lot of new features, 802.11be EHT is set to bring the fastest Wi-Fi ever. Learn about the new features, standards and timeline.
Watch our on-demand recordings of the next-gen technologies. Learn about the latest trends, technology standards, challenges involved and the opportunities created by these emerging ecosystems.
Learn more about 5G, UWB, Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth 5.2 deployment, technicalities, and its testing.
What’s new in Bluetooth? A look at BT 5.1 and 5.2
Learn about BT SIG, accurate positioning in BT 5.1 with AoA and AoD, isochronous channels for LE audio in BT 5.2 and BT LE PHY testing.
How is 5G shaping in 2020?
How is 5G shaping in 2020? Let’s talk about bands, deployments and use cases What makes 5G different from its predecessors is its potential to be used across different deployment models. Several players are exploring the possibility across mobile, automotive, IoT use cases and pledging for an explosive growth of 5G. With this in view,…
A Deep Dive into Wi-Fi 6
Wi-Fi 6: A Deep Dive into Wi-Fi 6 RF-PHY features and how to test them Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) is here and the standard brings major changes to the RF-PHY compared to previous generations. In this session, we will focus on these new features and the challenges they bring when validating designs and products. View…
OTA chambers for high performance mmWave measurements
What you need to know about OTA chambers for making high-performance mmWave measurements Precisely, the only known way to make measurements at mmWave frequencies is – Over-the-Air (OTA). With mmWave frequencies being sensitive to system errors and prone to higher path losses, it becomes extremely critical to choose the right OTA chamber for your testing…
5G sub-6 GHz testing
5G sub-6 GHz and mmWave Test Considerations 5G has arrived with a promise to provide higher data throughput, increased bandwidth and reduced latency. However, all this comes at the expense of increased complexity and profound change in hardware and antenna design. In this webinar we will talk about RF parametric test and measurements, as well…
Wi-Fi 6E in the 6 GHz band
Wi-Fi 6E in the 6 GHz band. What challenges and opportunities does it bring? Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) is here and the standard brings major changes to the RF-PHY compared to previous generations. In this session, we will focus on these new features and the challenges they bring when validating designs and products. View Tech Exchange…
What you need to know about UWB
What you need to know about Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology for accurate ranging and positioning A new variety of use-cases are emerging around indoor positioning and ranging, giving devices spatial awareness. Ultra Wideband (UWB) is a wireless technology that provides the capability for devices to interact to precisely sense where they are located relative to…