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AccelerComm to Demonstrate How Spectral Efficiency is Key to 5G Small Cell Success at SCWS 2022

Company to present critical role of its physical layer IP solutions in maximising performance of dense networks at Small Cell Forum’s flagship event

London, UK – May 19th 2022 – AccelerComm, the Layer 1 5G IP specialists, today announced that it will be presenting a range of its solutions that help maximise the performance of 5G small cells at the SCWS 2022 event in London from May 24th-25th. The company provides 5G physical layer IP solutions which enable optimal performance of small cell 5G radio networks by mitigating the effects of noise, interference, and poor signal strength, thereby increasing throughput, reducing latency, and maximising spectral efficiency.

The gains available from deploying the complete AccelerComm solution are considerable, enabling operators to as much as double the capacity of their spectrum, resulting in up to a 30% reduction in CAPEX spending on infrastructure. This not only helps make the business case for 5G more compelling, but will also enable a range of new applications and services though higher performance, reliability and lower latency.

As SCWS, AccelerComm will be presenting three key benefits of its physical layer IP solutions for small cells:

  • Doubling of spectral efficiency: The AccelerComm channel equaliser can as much as double the average cell spectral efficiency, which in turn brings an improvement in network performance and results in a large potential reduction in the required number of sites (and hence power) required to provide coverage.
  • Higher throughputs: Look-aside FPGA-based Accelerator with 16 Gbps of throughput using the O-RAN Acceleration Abstraction Layer (AAL) interface.
  • Reduced LDPC Block error rates for improved URLLC performance: LDPC Block error rates using a Xilinx T2 Telco Card deliver improved BLER performance, enabling increased receiver gain, s and no error floors which is important for URLLC applications.

To learn more contact: [email protected]

To arrange a meeting please visit: Small Cells World Summit 2022 | AccelerComm

Lisa Baker is Group Editor for the Need to See IT Publishing Group. Lisa writes about HR, Technology, Health, the Environment and Business.
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