Internet of Things is the buzzword at this moment. Whenever I go to a startup meetup these days, half of the discussion is about Internet of Things. Either it is connected cars or connected home or anything which can just talk to another device is the next big thing. Almost all ideas are now about connecting something to something. This (more ..)
5G is coming and we all are curious about what the next generation mobile technology is going to offer! Though there is still sometime to see real world deployment (First 5G deployment plan is 2020), companies are putting their best efforts to shape the technology up. Among those who shown tremendous interest and working to make things work is Motorola. (more ..)
Now I finally moved from the world of 3GPP to a new technology. As many of you already noticed, I joined Sigma Designs in Copenhagen, which deals with Z-Wave, a wireless standard for home automation.
2020 will be the year when the first 5G network is scheduled to roll out and the work is in full swing. All organizations, operators, network vendors are putting their much needed efforts to make the 5G vision into reality. 5G as a technology is expected to enable a fully mobile and connected society and to empower socio-economic transformations in (more ..)
This week I was giving a workshop on LTE RLC overview, when someone asked me how the LTE RLC ARQ works and what are the differences from UMTS. It was a awesome discussion. Though I was giving the workshop, but with that discussion I also became clear with many technical points. Radio Link Protocol in LTE is much more simpler (more ..)
Though RLC (Radio Link Control) layer in LTE is similar to that of UMTS, but still there are some significant differences. One of the big change is RLC LTE header structure for different PDU (Protocol Data Unit) types. When it comes to LTE, RLC can have the following PDU types RLC TMD PDU RLC UMD PDU RLC AMD PDU RLC (more ..)