Posts about Synchronization

Posted by Nir Laufer on September 10, 2019
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Officially, there’s no explanation for what caused the recent disruption at Israel's busiest airport. For three weeks, flights were affected by mysterious disruption to signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS). Pilots reporting navigation system errors with inaccurate “spoofed” locations had to resort to alternative methods to land planes ...
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Cable network operators have begun modernizing their infrastructure by extending fiber as deeply as possible. The trend to push fiber ever closer to the end user, in conjunction with distributed access architecture (DAA), is transforming cable networks and providing higher bandwidth capacity, improved customer quality of experience and access to advanced applications ...

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5G is about to hit the world economy like a freight train. Most observers fully expect that by mid-decade, we will have an entirely new digital ecosystem driving new forms of communication, new markets and sales channels, and entirely new levels of wealth.

But 5G is not merely the next step in the evolution of wireless networking. It represents a distinct break from the past in many crucial ways, starting with the need to maintain strict time synchronization across multiple points on any given data chain ...

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2019 is set to be the year of 5G when the next-generation network technology finally arrives and changes the face of the mobile world. But for operators to make a success of 5G deployments, they need to prepare their transport and synchronization architectures for a host of new challenges ...

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