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The keys to electromagnetic testing for product development, compatibility, and safety

You can’t feel, see, hear, touch, taste, or smell it, but the air around you is full of electromagnetic activity. These bursts of oscillating electric and magnetic fields are the carrier pigeons of the information age. They contain our voices, our faces, and our...

Over-the-Air Testing Report

This report will examine the benefits, challenges, and emerging solutions for efficient and effective over-the-air testing. Cell phones were once recognizable by a prominent antenna protruding towards the sky—or rather, to the nearest cell tower. A similar story can be told for vehicles, televisions, and...

2022 Telecommunications Solutions Outlook

Wireless connectivity has never been as crucial to as many people as it is today. In a new world shaped by social distancing, wireless capabilities have transcended convenience and become the primary fabric of human interaction. This annual outlook created by Gap wireless examines different...

The 2021 In-Building Power Solutions Report

There are as many in-building wireless systems as there are buildings, and each must be carefully planned. There are many factors to consider when designing such systems. Examples include the architecture of a distributed antenna system, whether passive, active, or hybrid; the types, numbers,...

The 2021 site antenna solutions report (Sponsored)

Antennas are the wires of the wireless world. They are the last stop for a signal on its way from a transmitter and the point of entry for a signal coming home to a receiver. A wireless network can be built with the world’s...

The 2021 In-Tunnel Wireless Solutions Report (Sponsored)

We’re two decades into the new millennium, and the wireless communication pioneered in the previous century has become the foundation of every aspect of our lives. Wireless infrastructure is all but a utility, expected both indoors and out, from street level all the way...

The 2021 In-Building Wireless Report

Wireless connectivity has never been as crucial to as many people as it is today. In a new world shaped by social distancing, wireless capabilities have transcended convenience and become the primary fabric of human interaction. As recently as 2016, ABI Research reported that more...

Industry Experts Answer Critical 5G Questions About Safety, Coverage, Testing, & IoT in Gap Wireless’ 5G Report

A discussion panel of 5G Experts from Keysight Technologies, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), Wavecontrol, Health Canada, JMA Wireless, Bird, and more provide in-depth responses to critical 5G questions A revolution in wireless communications is underway. The rollout of 5G wireless technology around the world is...

5G coverage expert discussion panel

  5G operators are facing two significant optimization challenges: bandwidth and propagation. If these challenges are looked at separately, the preferences for 5G frequencies can vary. To gain a clearer picture of 5G Network coverage and the importance of MIMO (Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output) and the 3.5...

5G testing expert discussion panel

  With enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC), and massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTC) 5G mobile networks will revolutionize communications. The ability to transmit and receive large amounts of data while also connecting millions of devices at once is nothing short of a...

Tracking Interference in the Field From One Device Made Possible by Keysight Technologies

  Overcoming wireless network interference in the field is a major challenge given the exponential growth in demand for mobile services and the volume of wireless signals traversing today’s networks. For complete assessment, technicians and engineers typically have to carry multiple instruments in their kit...

Drones used for RF test and measurement

The testing and measurement of radio frequency signals is a multi-million dollar business that relies on versatile hardware and sophisticated software. Now unmanned aerial vehicles, aka drones, are set to become an important part of the RF measurement industry. A U.S. startup called RDF...

Editorial Report: Reducing Opex Through Infrastructure: Drones, C-RAN and Software

Change is the only certainty for the fast-moving wireless industry, so mobile network operators want to focus on flexible operating expenses instead of huge capital investments in technologies that could become obsolete. How is the wireless infrastructure industry responding? This report will look at...

inUAVi Transforms Wireless Data Measurement from Drones with Innovative Technology

inUAVi, an innovative start-up in the drone radio frequency monitor and sensor market, has announced availability of an RF measurement instrument for use from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones) that collects and relays data in real time to the drone operator from an application integrated...

Feature Report: Testing and Analyzing Spectrum Interference

The radio environment is getting ever more complex and crowded, as new technologies, new devices and new spectrum bands come into play. Meanwhile, dynamic spectrum sharing is becoming the new paradigm for policy as regulators seek to promote more efficient use of scarce spectrum...

Gap Wireless opens Calgary distribution warehouse serving western Canada

Gap Wireless, a leading distributor of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, announced today it has opened an 8,000 square foot warehouse in Calgary, Alberta to support its distribution business in Western Canada. The warehouse, located in close proximity to...

Gap Wireless taps growing enterprise drone market with expanded portfolio of unmanned aerial vehicle solutions

  Gap Wireless, a leading distributor of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, has become a premier provider of UAV (drone) solutions for carriers and enterprises in Canada and the U.S.  With products represented from leading UAV vendors like DJI Enterprise...

Feature Report: Enterprise DAS, small cells and signal boosters: indoor densification trends and strategies

The challenge of improving connectivity for the enterprise involves multiple stakeholders: building owners, tenants, equipment suppliers, integrators, infrastructure providers and of course wireless carriers. Successful solutions are those that can deliver a better experience for the end user and a positive ROI for the...

DAS vs. small cells for in-building wireless

The need for robust in-building wireless systems for enterprise users is well-established. The vast majority of mobile traffic originates inside buildings, and, particularly in the context of an office, retail center, hospital or other enterprise environment, the common approach of providing coverage from the...

Tarana Wireless Brings Non-Line-of-Sight Innovation to Wireless Transport

Tarana Wireless, the industry’s performance leader in last-mile fixed wireless solutions, offers a fundamental advance in non-line-of-sight (NLoS) connectivity for carrier deployment in enterprise access and radio backhaul applications. Tarana's AbsoluteAir 2 solution can deliver reliable throughput up to 200 Mbps over extremely challenging...

Wirewerks Structured Cabling Solutions Meet Fiber Optic and Copper Cable Needs (content provided by Gap Wireless)

Gap Wireless has added to its extensive inventory fiber optic and copper connectivity products from Wirewerks, a leading manufacturer specializing in structured cabling solutions for broadband, MDU, data center and enterprise LAN applications. Founded in 1991, Wirewerks is a Canadian company which prides itself on...

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