Author: Jeremy Carpenter

Jeremy Carpenter started as an RF Design Engineer working in the cellular and defense industries before joining Hewlett Packard as an RF Applications Engineer. At Agilent, he was Business Development Manager for Wireless Connectivity then Aerospace & Defense and Signal Analysis. Jeremy has held various positions at R&S including Global Key Account Manager, Network Operators Manager and Head of Marketing at ipoque. More recently, Jeremy is the Program Manager for Mobile Network Testing. His focus is on technical and market developments particularly in the RAN such as 5G and mobile video. Jeremy holds degrees in applied physics and satellite communications.

By | October 24, 2018 | 464 views
 

Interference hunting in cities: choose angle of arrival over power

The urban RF environment is very demanding – densely packed with a myriad of cellular and non-cellular transmitters, full of interfering emitters and populated with buildings inconveniently located between you and the signal you are trying to find. In this situation, it pays to know the merits of different interference hunting techniques and the advantages of using expert equipment. Anyone…

 
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By | June 8, 2017 | 1,702 views
 

Monitoring network performance is key to accessing 5G enterprise market

Whilst the ITU and 3GPP may still be finalizing the 5G specifications and it is not yet clear there what the 5G network will actually look like, at least we know the 3 target use cases for 5G: enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC), and massive machine type communications (mMTC). For operators, monitoring network performance in real…

 
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By | May 23, 2017 | 1,422 views
 

Democratizing network monitoring – independent performance reporting using service quality monitoring

As services aimed at enterprise and industry verticals increase in number and diversity, growing importance is placed on the ability of those customers to verify that they are receiving the throughputs, latencies, coverage, and capacities they have paid for. Moreover, operators need to demonstrate they are delivering according to their service level agreements and have real-time awareness of network performance issues. A…

 
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By | February 27, 2017 | 1,183 views
 

Service quality monitoring explained in an interactive infographic

With the provision of robust wireless connectivity to people and machines becoming a critical element, a new way of efficiently and independently monitoring the network 24/7 is required. Service quality monitoring empowers businesses and government organizations to independently verify the performance of their network in real time and 24/7. Organizations that rely on the availability, capacity, and latency of the…

 
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By | February 16, 2017 | 1,109 views
 

The network never sleeps – how service quality monitoring ensures connectivity 24/7

Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night worrying whether your subscribers, critical staff, emergency services, and remote sensors still had connectivity with the mobile network? Many businesses and organizations rely on wireless connectivity for the security and efficiency of their organizations. They care passionately about connectivity and, with the emergence of IoT and 5G, their number…

 
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