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Signals Ahead - Newsletter Subscription: Focused on 4G/5G Benchmarking Performance Studies and Standardization Activities
|Published by||Signals Research Group||Product code||769364|
|Published||12 issues / year||Content info|
|Signals Ahead - Newsletter Subscription: Focused on 4G/5G Benchmarking Performance Studies and Standardization Activities|
|Published: 12 issues / year||Content info:||
Signals Research Group (SRG) is a US-based research consultancy that publishes its research in a subscription-based product called Signals Ahead. A subscription includes 12 Signals Ahead reports and 4-6 Signals Flash reports over a period of approximately 12 months.
Signals Ahead provides technology-focused information and is primarily focused on benchmark studies and 3GPP standardization activities. The benchmark studies involve detailed testing and analysis of new network or device features as well as new technologies, services, and applications. Although these studies are very in-depth, the reports are written in a style that is suitable for non-technical individuals. In addition to providing the Signals Ahead publication, SRG leverages its expertise and reputation in the field of benchmark testing to engage companies on an individual basis. Sample companies include many of the major infrastructure suppliers, chipset and device companies, as well as mobile operators and social networking companies.
Over the last few years, Signals Ahead has provided the industry's first truly independent performance analysis of multiple technologies, based on studies performed around the world.
In the coming year, the Signals Ahead publication will continue to focus on benchmark studies and 5G standardization activities. Sample research that is planned, includes:
Signals Flash provides near-real-time feedback and analysis on industry events or quick thoughts from our benchmark studies. Over the last year, the Signals Flash reports have provided rapid insight on activities occurring during 3GPP standardization meetings as well as initial thoughts while testing 5G.