This specification targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for 5G Sub-6GHz Chipset, Module and Device products testing. It stipulates the 5G device interoperability test in lab for NSA Mode (Option 3/3a/3x) and SA (Option 2). This specification provides evaluation criteria for basic functions and performance in the 5G interoperability test. Considering various test requirements, specific test cases and methods are designed, together with the basic requirements for each test category, number of test devices, and tailored agreements. This specification is one of the 5G Sub-6GHz device test specifications which are used in GTI 5G Device Certification.
This whitepaper outlines the worldwide forecast for IoT and provides an in-depth market analysis of all the factors that may impact the wide variety of players in this space. The growth opportunities for service providers are highlighted along with the areas that align with their current strengths. Key IoT use cases, their value proposition and realization details are described. Finally, a look at the market risks provides insights into the volatility of the market in the early growth phases.
This white paper provides introduction of eMTC technology and future evolvement, NB-IoT technology and future evolvement and makes an analysis on LPWA Wireless as well as IoT Network Architectures and Solutions. In addition, it gives conclusions about the Deployment Strategy, Network Planning and Optimization and IoT Small Cells.
This White Paper is necessary to facilitate the development of 5G chipset/ device and the corresponding test instruments. It targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for Sub-6GHz 5G pre-commercial and commercial products, which is conducted to be the technical references for the development of chipset/ device and the basis for the 5G pre-commercial and commercial products specs.
This document defines a new form factor of M2M UICC to meet the IoT development, considering the balancing of the cost and M2M UICC size, with the agreement of chip manufacturers, module manufacturers and card manufacturers.
This white paper focuses on the major security of IoT devices and the requirements set forth are designed to improve security of IoT devices. Widespread adoption of these strategic principles and the associated suggested practices would dramatically improve the security of IoT devices.