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Field Testing Next-Generation 5G Deployments

3/27/2019 ,10:00AM PDT ,1 hour

2019 will be the year 5G finally starts to become a reality with large-scale field deployments. As the industry starts to converge on installation and maintenance best practices, the next-generation of test equipment is needed to support the unique technology used in 5G networks – mmWave frequencies, active antenna systems, beamforming, and dynamic physical layer attributes.

During this webinar, you will learn more about how RF spectrum at all frequencies is becoming more crowded with the proliferation of RF technologies. Due to the spectrum demands of cellular systems at sub 6 GHz as well as 5G radios now being deployed at 28 GHz and 39 GHz, you will hear more about the importance of being able to view the RF spectrum and measure the transmissions from all of these systems, as well as why it is becoming increasingly important to avoid interference and guarantee performance.

Who should attend:

This webinar is ideal for carriers, network operators, contractors/sub-contractors, installers, wireless technicians, and RF field engineers responsible for developing, building, and maintaining 4G LTE and 5G wireless networks.

What you will learn:

  • 5GNR deployment demands for the next-generation of test and measurement equipment
  • New techniques and features needed to meet these new requirements
  • Introduction to Anritsu’s new Field Master Pro™ MS2090A high-performance spectrum analyzer


Russel Lindsay, Product Manager

Russel Lindsay is a Product Manager at Anritsu Company, focusing on handheld test and measurement equipment. Russ has worked in the test and measurement industry for the last 8 years, prior to which he spent time in various engineering roles in aerospace and defense from system engineering and test to R&D design. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah and a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University.

Russel Lindsay, Project Manager