NB-IoT: A Cellular Technology Connecting the Internet of Things

While the LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) market has existed for some time, current implementations are fragmented and soft-standardized, leading to weaknesses in security and reliability, and very high operational costs due to incompatibility with existing infrastructure.

Overview

Title: NB-IoT: A Cellular Technology Connecting the Internet of Things
Date: Wed, March 22, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Summary

Why this webcast is important:
While the LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) market has existed for some time, current implementations are fragmented and soft-standardized, leading to weaknesses in security and reliability, and very high operational costs due to incompatibility with existing infrastructure. Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) is a new cellular Radio Access Technology defined by the 3GPP aimed to address this market and overcome these challenges, presented as an upgrade path to existing cellular networks. How does NB-IoT work and what are the test challenges?

This webcast will help engineers have insight into the motivational reasons, industry drivers and technical fundamentals of NB-IoT.

Who should attend:
IoT/M2M project managers, developers, and test engineers. Engineers designing chipsets, developing modems, or building wireless devices.

Speakers

Manuel Blanco
Solutions Planning Engineer
Keysight Technologies

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