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Moving from engineering to product management in telecom

Making a change in your career trajectory can be intimidating, especially if you move into an area that is outside of your comfort zone. While there are various types of moves you can make, the more significant ones are those that require you to change your entire mindset. Transitioning from an engineering role into product …

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Finding your first engineering job in mobile communications

Finding your first job after completing your engineering degree can be challenging. In mobile communications or any other industry, if you don’t already have a network of people, things can potentially take a little longer for you. But there is absolutely nothing to worry about because many of us go through the same journey when …

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Is spatial multiplexing different from spatial diversity?

Spatial multiplexing and spatial diversity are two radio communication techniques used in modern antenna systems in 4G LTE and 5G NR networks. Both these techniques play essential but separate roles in the MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) antenna systems. Spatial diversity is a technique in MIMO that reduces signal fading by sending multiple copies of …

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What is 5G Massive MIMO technology and how does it work?

The fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks use a range of technologies to provide a much better experience to customers than the earlier 4G LTE networks. MIMO – Multiple Input Multiple Output is an antenna technology that is used in 4G LTE networks, but its enhanced version, Massive MIMO, is an essential building block in the 5G …

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Using 5G for home Internet: How to set up 5G home internet?

Today, our home internet is not limited to fixed fibre connections as mobile networks play an essential role in providing high-speed internet. The fifth generation of mobile networks, commonly known as 5G, can deliver average download speeds of over 150 Mbps through enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB). 5G networks enable Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) to provide …

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3G UMTS networks: What is UMTS and why does it use WCDMA?

The third generation of mobile networks, also referred to as 3G, is primarily enabled by two cellular technologies: UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) and CDMA2000 (Code Division Multiple Access Year 2000). UMTS is the 3G migration path used by the most widely deployed second-generation (2G) technology, GSM. UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) is a third-generation …

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