Keysight Technologies, National Applied Research Laboratories Sign MOU to Establish Strategic Partnership on Research, Development of 5G Communication Technologies

SANTA ROSA, CA – Keysight Technologies, Inc. and National Applied Research Laboratories announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a strategic partnership on research and development of 5G communication technologies. Both parties are committed to working together on the 5G enabling technologies as well as prototype verification and evaluations with a goal of enhancing future Taiwan wireless communication innovations.

The partnership between Keysight and National Chip Implementation Center (CIC) of NAR Labs started with mmWave front-end circuit design technology. The collaboration will lead to the launch of the next generation of high-speed broadband mmWave wireless communications experimental networks. The system will include a Keysight PSG Vector Signal Generator, 12 GSa/S Arbitrary Waveform Generator and an Infiniium Oscilloscope. Keysight’s SystemVue 5G Baseband Verification Library will accompany these world-class hardware solutions. This advanced software library dramatically increases productivity for system architects and baseband physical layer (PHY) designers by providing trusted algorithmic-reference and signal processing capability for 5G technology research.

Additional information is available at http://www.keysight.com/find/5G
 

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