Anritsu and Qualcomm verifiy 5G NR enhanced network slicing

January 05, 2022 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Anritsu and Qualcomm verifiy 5G NR enhanced network slicing
Collaboration has verified the first enhanced network slicing and power saving Protocol Conformance Tests for 5G NR Standalone.

Anritsu Corporation has announced that the first enhanced Network Slicing and User Equipment (UE) power saving Protocol Conformance Tests for 5G New Radio (NR) Standalone (SA) have been verified on the 5G NR Mobile Device Test Platform ME7834NR powered by the Snapdragon® X65 5G Modem-RF System, the first Release 16 modem-RF system.

Network Slicing is a key 5G NR feature that enables support of specific use cases on a network slice which is a set of network resources dynamically configured for the purpose. Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 16 introduces support for interworking from Evolved Packet Core (EPC) to 5G Core (5GC) for network slices and introduces authentication and authorization controls.

Power saving for User equipment (UE) is another area where 3GPP Release 16 has defined a number of new features such as Wake up signal, Enhanced Cross-slot scheduling, Adaptive Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Layer reduction, and Relaxed radio resource management measurement.

“3GPP Release 16 which is described as the next stage for 5G NR enables new use cases and monetization opportunities for vertical industry segments,” said Shinya Ajiro, General Manager of Mobile Solutions Division at Anritsu Corporation.

The conformance tests are defined by 3GPP in TS 38.523-1 corresponding to core requirements in TS 38.331and have been submitted to 3GPP Radio Access Network Working Group 5 (RAN WG5) by Anritsu. These tests will also be submitted to Global Certification Forum (GCF) Certification Agreement Group (CAG), and PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB) PTCRB Validation Group (PVG) for approval in the upcoming meetings.

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