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What is 5G New Radio (5G NR)?

Roughly every ten years there’s a breakthrough in mobile technology, and we’re now just on the verge of the 5G boom. From simple analog communication through the digital revolution and wireless Internet, we’ve reached a decade of 5G NR that will open up many fascinating opportunities.

March 6, 2024

What makes a city smart, and how can data improve its performance?

Challenges like traffic congestion, road safety, air pollution, waste management, and cost-effective urban planning require a great deal of time, energy, and resources from every major city. Each of those issues demands a thorough analysis to be taken care of properly. Smart City technologies provide tools for data collection and management to develop solutions that improve the quality of life for their citizens. 

February 29, 2024

The challenge of 5G network planning

5G NR networks are poised to become the norm due to their recognized potential and functionality across various sectors. However, technical and business hurdles could complicate the transition, especially in dense urban areas or complex industrial sites. The planning and deployment of 5G NR require advanced tools for efficiency and accuracy. Our Blare Tech cloud-based 5G planning solution meets this need.

February 23, 2024

The Guide to Digital Twins. What is a Digital Twin, and how can it improve efficiency?

The use of Digital Twin can significantly improve the efficiency of project implementation in various industries. Benefits include increased productivity, better failure prediction, maintenance optimization, improved training and increased innovation. The level of efficiency improvement depends on the specifics of the project and the technology used, but in many cases, significant benefits can be achieved.

February 23, 2024

What is a Geographic Information System?

Realising the full potential of project data is one of the biggest challenges for modern planning and development. Geospatial data can be scattered across many different systems, platforms, mapping services, and even in paper form. The continually growing complexity of this information not only makes planning difficult, but may also lead to very costly mistakes. Fortunately, there is a solution, and that is of course a Geographic Information System. 

January 17, 2024

What is 5g architecture?

When it comes to network planning, 5G has brought a set of entirely different challenges compared to the previous standard (4G/LTE). The task used to be simple: build a tower or find an existing one (like a church tower or roof) that a base station antenna can be installed on. 5G network architecture, on the other hand, requires much more preparation, data, and analysis.

January 17, 2024

What is 5G infrastructure?

The difference between 5G and previous generation networks is enormous, not only in terms of bandwidth and latency but also in terms of network planning. The use of high-frequency, short range millimeter waves makes the 5G network planning process a complex task.

January 17, 2024

BIM and GIS Integration - Building Information Modeling in Geographic Information Systems

A better understanding and smart management of many sets of data is fundamental for modern urban planning and construction. In order to create energy-efficient buildings and sustainable cities, planners, architects, developers, and facility managers need to understand how buildings work in a very detailed way.

January 17, 2024

What does 5G NR mean for service and software providers?

The newest generation of cellular networks comes with significant improvements in terms of data throughput and latency. Much like previous generations brought new possibilities like video calls and mobile streaming, the technological capabilities of 5G enable an entirely new set of software solutions, cloud-based services, and new forms of mobile entertainment.

January 17, 2024

What is a millimeter wave?

Technically speaking, millimeter wave spectrum ranges from 26 GHz to 300 GHz and has a length of 10 mm to 1 mm (the higher frequency the shorter wave), please note that this classification is not strict. They are also abbreviated as EHF

January 17, 2024

5G NR network planning optimization with AI neural networks

Planning a 5G network for FR2 (above 24 GHz) is a complex and challenging task due to the specificity of millimeter waves and a number of additional factors that were of marginal importance in previous generations of networks. Only by using the latest technology supported by AI can you address those challenges effectively and stay ahead of your competition.

January 17, 2024

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