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    5 Most Popular Grandmetric Technology Articles From 2019

    We’ve been bringing the tech trends to the readers of our blog, by continuing to write on certain topics (like 5G, SD-WAN, Wi-Fi networking). As a summary from 2019, we have compiled here a list of the 5 most popular posts from our website.

    Date: 02.01.2020

    5 Most Popular Posts From 2018

    2018 was a very interesting year for us and technology. We introduced our IoT product “Souly”. 5G entered the normative work in standardization and released the first “version” of 5G. Wi-Fi introduced new security schemes and changed nomenclature. The networking world shifted towards SDN/SD-WAN solutions.

    Date: 02.01.2019

    LTE and 5G Differences: System Complexity

    In this post we discuss the complexity that 5G brings and show some examples of this as compared to LTE including: naming in the 5GS architecture, dual connectivity options in 5G, parameters for L1, base station naming, spectrum aspects.

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    Date: 14.07.2018

    LTE and 5G Differences: Function Decomposition Between RAN and CN

    Let’s take a quick look at some of the differences between LTE and 5G in the area of functional splits between RAN and Core Network. We show and discuss high level splits of selected functionalities of the main “network functions/nodes” in both systems (discussing it from the 3GPP RAN3 WG perspective) from which we can make some conclusions on the differences between those two systems.

    Date: 21.05.2018

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    5G Core Network Functions

    This post touches upon the 5G network functions (NFs) related to core network. Some of them look very similar to the corresponding functions in the previous generations’ core networks. This of course is not surprising, as the network always has to carry out some basic functions such as: communicate with the UE, store its subscription and credentials, allow access to external networks & services, provide security and manage the network access and mobility. However, we will also see some new functions, not present before, which are needed to enable the new network paradigms like slicing and service-based networking.

    Date: 02.03.2018

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