5G Communications

Since their introduction in the early 1990s, digital mobile services have changed beyond recognition. With the development of 5G services, that transformation is only set to continue.

Mobile Comms

New modulation schemes and frequency bands have transformed mobile devices from voice-only telephones to broadband-capable smartphones. In this time, push-buttons and simple text displays have given way to touch screens with full HD video and beyond. This combination of data connectivity and ease of interaction has led to an explosion in the development and uptake of mobile apps.

Network infrastructure has mirrored these developments in modem technologies and frequency allocations. But the recent introduction of network function virtualisation has had further impact, increasing the ease with which networks can be expanded and new services can be delivered. As operators plan for improved connection quality and higher network capacity they look to smaller and smaller cells to provide the network coverage they need.

With expertise that spans raw comms theory through to full product engineering, TTP serves clients as diverse as telecom regulators, chipset vendors, device manufacturers and network operators.

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Health and Wearable Technology

Consumer health is a fast-growing sector where technology plays an increasingly important role in empowering consumers to support their own physical and emotional wellbeing.


Haptics and visualisation have changed the way we engage with information, offering richer experiences and improving our ability to execute challenging tasks.

Food and Beverage

For food and beverage companies, innovation is the process of driving product development to meet ever-changing consumer needs. Disruption can come from sourcing new, more sustainable and healthy ingredients; from focussing on environmentally friendly packaging, product delivery and cold chain efficiency; and from innovating distribution models and how products are marketed and sold.

Personal Care

Greater social mobility, consumer diversity and higher levels of disposable income have prompted innovation opportunities across the personal care industry. The key trends favour more sustainable and organic source materials and mass customisation, offering consumers a choice based on their lifestyle, demographic and aspirations.


The Internet of Things is invisibly changing the way we interact with products and services by restructuring legacy business models and replacing them with new ones.

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