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Advanced Wireless Test Platform Information Request Report

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Author(s)

Melissa Midzor, Sumit Roy

Abstract

This document is a compilation of self-reported information from Federal government agencies provided in response to an Advanced Wireless Test Platforms (AWTP) Information Request by the AWTP Team co-chairs in April 2021. This compliments the November 2020 Federal Mobility Group (FMG) report, Framework to Conduct 5G Testing. The FMG report compiled information about equipment (hardware and software) for existing test-beds through a survey and visits to laboratories owned or operated by equipment vendors, mobile network operators, universities, and Federal agencies. At that time, early 2020, none of the Federal laboratories had 5G capability. The AWTP effort builds upon that work but is restricted to 5G and beyond infrastructure directly owned or operated by Federal Government agencies. In addition to updating the FMG study, this effort includes near-term plans, access, and data sharing elements to help facilitate coordination and collaboration.
Citation
NETWORKING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (NITRD) PROGRAM

Keywords

5G, Wireless Communication, Spectrum Research

Citation

Midzor, M. and Roy, S. (2022), Advanced Wireless Test Platform Information Request Report, NETWORKING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (NITRD) PROGRAM, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=933513, https://www.nitrd.gov/coordination-areas/wsrd/awtp/ (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created February 18, 2022, Updated November 29, 2022