End-to-end connection demo shows 5G NR compliance

December 04, 2020 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
End-to-end data transfer over a wireless link between the CommAgility 5G gNodeB and third-party user equipment (UE).
5G high data rate end-to-end connections with the latest CommAgility software and reference designs for 5G base stations accelerate 5G RAN development.

Wireless Telecom Group says that its CommAgility entity has achieved the technological milestone of establishing 5G high data rate end-to-end connections with its latest software and reference design products for 5G base stations. CommAgility is expanding portfolio of robust, flexible 5G NR (New Radio) products help developers cut the time, complexity, and cost of creating 5G systems for specialized applications and private networks.

“By achieving full end-to-end data transfer over a wireless link between our 5G gNodeB and third-party user equipment (UE), we have demonstrated that our software is compliant and compatible with 3GPP standards for 5G NR, Release 15,” said Edward Young, Vice President and General Manager at CommAgility. “This provides our customers full confidence to develop their 5G Radio Area Network (RAN) systems based on our industry-leading hardware, software, and integrated systems.”

CommAgility also announced today the availability of its SmallCellPHY-5G software, running on Layerscape® Access processors from NXP Semiconductors®. Combined with the company’s SmallCellSTACK-5G, SmallCellCORE-5G, and PHYRefChain-5G software already running on NXP’s family of Layerscape processors, a comprehensive portfolio of 5G NR software is now available to run on NXP optimized Systems on Chip (SoCs).

"As a member of NXP's growing 5G ecosystem, CommAgility has proven its ability to develop innovative 5G NR solutions based on our market-leading communications processors," said Noy Kucuk, Vice President of Network Edge at NXP. "Our Layerscape Access family of programmable baseband products, combined with CommAgility's software will deliver the performance and flexibility required by carriers to quickly, and cost effectively enable rapid 5G deployments around the world.”


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