5G wireless technology promises to deliver an abundance of reliable, data-rich, and highly connected applications for more of the world’s population. Although deploying an infrastructure that can support this and creating the next generation of 5G devices present significant design and test challenges, NI’s platform-based approach to designing, prototyping, and testing wireless technologies will be key in making 5G a reality within the next decade. This paper presents an introductory tutorial to the 5G physical layer and its implementation to support the key 5G target applications of eMBB and URLLC.
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