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RolfGutmann
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Want 2 Learn? 6G is far, far away looming. May in 2023 first standards will appear. 2028 or 2030 in real.

On FF haters are present. Are there new Collabs open for joint learning?

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Topic starter Posted : 22/04/2022 3:24 pm
RolfGutmann
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As connection density explodes in the spectrum congestion will result. So more RF silence is required, means agreed reconnection times must be pre-silence confrimed. Robustness of signalling is key.

New Collabs please give a SOL Sign-Of-Live. Toda

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Topic starter Posted : 23/04/2022 9:22 am
RolfGutmann
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Reference is 5GNR SA or projected 6G NSA. UEside is underpowered vs RAN. The measurement report does not reach the SourceNode. So how regulates the RAN if the measurement report is missing/delayed?

Talking to myself is sad. What do you say?

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Topic starter Posted : 24/04/2022 6:31 am
RolfGutmann
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CHO is normal process of inter-gNB. But what if the UE moves towards barred cells?

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Topic starter Posted : 25/04/2022 10:25 am
RolfGutmann
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SIB1 includes the code of 'Cell Barred' besides TAI code and Cell ID. In 6G this will may remain the same. How can RF congestion in general being reduced?

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Topic starter Posted : 26/04/2022 2:29 pm
RolfGutmann
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5GNR introduced NSS for e.g. police, fireguard or emergency aspects. But the ordinary user will not profit of this spectrum splitting. What if a large number of L4 or higher automatic vehicles in the same geo area occupy the same slice and congestion again occurs?

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Topic starter Posted : 27/04/2022 3:33 am
RolfGutmann
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For sure the lower refarmed LTE-bands will become the most valuable new 6G-network-slices. But rural environment or city building RF-shading/reflection increases RTT/delay. Robustness for expected 1 UE/m2 (highly crowded, big shade smaller devices) can only be achieved by elevated RX/TX antennas. But still spectrum congestion remains, any idea to solve?

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Topic starter Posted : 28/04/2022 5:53 am
RolfGutmann
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Lets imagine an UE with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. May CA will comeback on existing 5GNR SA. If operating in the 700Mhz-band propagation (remind that logarithmic power-to-signal calc) is generally good, But does this mean in perspective 6G huge SoCs and batteries eat all the performance of the UE, cloud-gamiing will suffer?

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Topic starter Posted : 29/04/2022 6:48 am
RolfGutmann
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Dear New Member, silent reader. You may are a greenorn to Mobile and Mobile Broadband Networks forensics but:

If you start today, you are years ahead of others related to 6G Mobile Broadband Networks and phones. So you feelings are mixed, bloody beginner but also ahead of time.

Hang-in with Mobile Broadband Networks learning. Crack the abbreviatons and you will learn.

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Topic starter Posted : 30/04/2022 10:47 pm
RolfGutmann
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You should start on 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) 3gpp.org

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Topic starter Posted : 02/05/2022 4:08 am
RolfGutmann
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The most difficult feature of Mobile Forensics is the RF Radio Frequency part. Invisible, hard to locate and measure, plenty of technical issues. But the framework of standards and regulations is a precondition to get a sense of the national-international-global interworking of MBB Mobile Broadband Networks. cIoT connected Iot the same.

W2L? Look into S8HR.

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Topic starter Posted : 03/05/2022 6:23 am
RolfGutmann
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Did you hear from 5G-Advanced? Jump-on today to deeply understand.

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Topic starter Posted : 04/05/2022 6:10 am
RolfGutmann
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Locating missed, kidnapped or wanted humans by all RF-spectrum multiangulation is our goal. SysLogs of nodes, access points, gNBs (micro, macro, small cells) and DHCP server logs give hints on at least L2 data of NICs, IMEIS or PEIs. To learn the NG NextGeneration of Mobile Broadband is crucial as almost any human on the planet carries a cell phone or other mobile device.

FMFH Find Mobile Find Human.

Hang-in!

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Topic starter Posted : 05/05/2022 7:04 am
RolfGutmann
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feUMBB, uLLRS or uHSLLC - any sense? Learn now - today is too late.

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Topic starter Posted : 05/05/2022 7:48 am
RolfGutmann
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Nobody here to learn? Come-on silent readers.

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Topic starter Posted : 09/05/2022 4:21 am
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