Rohde & Schwarz and Qualcomm Technologies have joined forces, underlining the potential of 5G Broadcast to drive new business models and transform the way content is delivered.
Germany successfully trials 5G Broadcast
The participants of German research project 5G Today, in which linear TV was transmitted in 5G broadcast mode for the first time, have drawn a positive conclusion.
Ericsson completes acquisition of Kathrein’s antenna business
Swedish technology company Ericsson has completed its acquisition of the antenna and filter division of German manufacturer Kathrein.
Rohde & Schwarz exports 5G Broadcast to China
The Academy of Broadcasting Science (ABS) and China Broadcasting Network (CBN), two public institutions under governmental authority of the Chinese National Radio and Television Administration (NRTA), will set up a […]
Germany launches TV via 5G broadcast trial
[WATCH VIDEO] The 5G Today project has officially started its field trial for TV broadcasting via 5G at a kick-off event at German broadcast technology research institute IRT in Munich […]
NAB 2019: Rohde & Schwarz presents 5G Broadcast
German technology company Rohde & Schwarz will present a solution for the future transmission of media content with 5G Broadcast at NAB 2019.
Ericsson to acquire Kathrein’s antenna business
Swedish technology company Ericsson has agreed to acquire the antenna and filters business of German manufacturer Kathrein.
TV broadcasting via 5G trial launches in Germany
A transmitter from German technology company Rohde & Schwarz successfully went into operation at the Wendelstein transmitter site of Bavarian public broadcaster BR on December 4, 2018 as part of […]
Rohde & Schwarz sets up TV broadcasting over 5G trial
German technology company Rohde & Schwarz has initiated the world’s first dynamic single-frequency network (SFN) with FeMBMS signals in the lab.
Germany rolls out TV broadcasting via 5G trial
A test site for TV broadcasting over 5G networks is being set up in the Bavarian Oberland region as part of research project 5G Today.