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What’s more, the industrial and commercial organizations that could most benefit from the IIoT — for improving things such as productivity, efficiency, and time to market — typically are the most technology-averse, according to Chris Rommel of VDC Research.

Carriers’ plans for edge networks vary widely, said Mike Murphy, North American CTO for Nokia. The challenge is how to make money from it. There are lots of good examples of trials for gaming or connected cars, but I don’t know that there’s a definitive business case yet.”

Meanwhile, engineers have proposed three separate interfaces linking 5G towers to edge nodes depending on how much intelligence moves into the antenna. The existing common public radio interface (CPRI) carries a raw analog signal, eCPRI promoted by the O-RAN Alliance calls for some processing at the antenna, and the 3GPP F1 puts all real-time Layer-1 and some Layer-2 processing at the antenna, he said.

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A Qualcomm representative said that he believes that all three approaches will find complementary uses in 5G nets.

— Rick Merritt, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief, EE Times

Based in San Jose, Rick writes news and analysis about the electronics industry and the engineering profession for EE Times. He is the editor of the Android, Internet of Things, Wireless/Networking, and Medical Designlines. He joined EE Times in 1992 as a Hong Kong based reporter and has served as editor in chief of EE Times and OEM Magazine.

MTLW-112-08-F-S-345

Based in San Jose, Rick writes news and analysis about the electronics industry and the engineering profession for EE Times. He is the editor of the Android, Internet of Things, Wireless/Networking, and Medical Designlines. He joined EE Times in 1992 as a Hong Kong based reporter and has served as editor in chief of EE Times and OEM Magazine.

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The adoption of Bluetooth technology in mesh and point-to-point networks shows no sign of fatigue. Meanwhile, sub-GHz radios continue to proliferate, particularly in smart home, commercial and industrial applications. In this article, we present practical multiband integration approaches for Bluetooth and sub-GHz technologies.

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