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5G Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN) are coming. Seamless integration of satellite and terrestrial components in the Radio Access Network extends the reach of service providers everywhere and gives rise to new use cases – for both IoT and broadband communications.
Having extensive experience in terrestrial and satellite communications ecosystems, we help our clients to evolve their next generation of products and services to 5G and beyond.
The race is well underway for satellite operators to build differentiated 5G NTN services. We help our clients analyse the art of possible for next generation 5G terminals, sub 6GHz antennas and SDR technologies for multi-standard evolution in the UE. This informs network architecture and investment decisions required for their 5G service timeline.
Based on open standards, 5G NTN presents the necessity for satellite service providers to forge new partnerships. The most effective partner ecosystems are destined to become winners of the future. TTP provides independent advice and consulting services to assist clients to establish their own unique position within the 3GPP community.
Where traditional vendors cannot move fast enough to provide 5G NTN-ready solutions, TTP engineering services are accelerating clients’ plans, with proofs of concept, prototypes and trials for their most valuable use cases, whether they be on land, air or sea.
We recently presented the current main trends in 5G NTN in our video at the Soapbox Session of the UK Space Conference 2021.
What does the rise of 5G and new (LEO) space operators mean for the satellite and cellular industries and for next-generation IoT? TTP’s Adrian Hillier charts the way ahead.
Fast development of a mobile-satellite services (MSS) terminal for aviation, enabled by TTP's extensive automated test lab as well as TTP's previous development of Inmarsat's BGAN Radio Module.
A blog looking at the impact of orbit and operating frequency on the types of IoT service a satellite operator can deliver.
Inmarsat selected TTP to develop a BGAN radio module to aid value added manufacturers in the development of terminals for mobile-satellite services (MSS).
A world of global hybrid connectivity based on 5G standards is coming in to sight, and so is a new industry ecosystem.
When travelling we all take for granted that we are able to stay connected. For a long time there was one glaring exception - the inability to make calls in the air.