Anritsu is offering innovative solutions to enable the eco-systems that are either developing or using the technologies. Among the things Anritsu will demonstrate to visitors include technologies and measurements for beyond 5G. 3GPP has started work on ‘5G-Advanced’ from Release 18, and industry and academia is already evaluating technologies for 6G. Anritsu is participating in multiple projects and consortia to help define and shape future telecoms technologies and related measurement requirements.
The Anritsu MT8000A Radio Communication Test Station and dSPACE VEOS (a PC-based simulation platform), together with dSPACE AURELION sensor-realistic simulation, provides a 5G Network slicing testing environment for Automotive V2X use cases. Anritsu will demonstrate Advanced Intersection Collision Warning (AICW) showing how sensor information from outside the vehicle can be obtained, allowing the vehicle to detect the risk of an intersection collision and alert the driver accordingly. Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communication (URLLC) is key for applications such as Smart Factory/Industrial automation, autonomous vehicles, medical, and Multiple Access Edge Computing (MEC) linking Data Centers to 5G Mobile Access.