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Telecommunication

We help clients by providing Telecom solution 5G modem Network management & embedded software solutions for various industry sectors including Broadcasting, telecom, logistic transport, oil and gas, remote automation.

Clients requirement

  • To support ongoing issue in the UE stack with MAC, PHY layer.
  • Analyse Layer1, Layer2, Layer3.
  • Optimise NAS, RRC layer.
  • Customise NAS, RRC, PDCP layer as per client requirement.

Challenge

  • To analyse the existing Layer1, Layer2, Layer3.
  • To fix memory management issues in RRC layer.
  • To perform profiling on each layer to measure the time taken by each layer.
  • fix any delays caused by RTOS.

Our Solution

  • System time profiling of each layer by adding time measurement at various points.
  • Adding memory management utility to monitor the memory usage.
  • Modifying state machine code as per client requirements.
  • Fixing bugs in NAS, RRS, PDCP layer as per client requirements.

We provide – end to end service delivery to manage Telecom devices, 5G modem stack and network devices to many industries, a comprehensive range of solutions and over 15 years’ experience.

Telecom solution 5G modem Network management

In telecommunications, 5G is the fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks, which cellular phone companies began deploying worldwide in 2019, the planned successor to the 4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cellphones.[1] Like its predecessors, 5G networks are cellular networks, in which the service area is divided into small geographical areas called cells. All 5G wireless devices in a cell are connected to the Internet and telephone network by radio waves through a local antenna in the cell. The main advantage of the new networks is that they will have greater bandwidth, giving faster download speeds. eventually up to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps)

The increased speed is achieved partly by using higher frequency radio waves than current cellular networks.[1] However, higher frequency microwaves have a shorter range than the frequencies used by previous cell phone towers, requiring smaller cells. So to ensure wide service, 5G networks operate on up to three frequency bands, low, medium, and high.[3][1] A 5G network will be composed of networks of up to 3 different types of cell, each requiring different antennas, each type giving a different tradeoff of download speed vs distance and service area. 5G cellphones and wireless devices will connect to the network through the highest speed antenna within range at their location:

 

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