Wonder how 5G is used in various industrial fields?

The 5G Innovations

The appearance of fifth-generation (5G) using different technologies than previous 3G and 4G (LTE) systems (inclusion of both wireless and wired technologies) is driving large network innovations.

Mobile operators worldwide are planning 5G service rollout and some have started service.

World operators are running 5G-related proof-of-concept tests in many different industries, including (based-in-IoT):-

The 5G Innovations


Smart Home

Smart Building


Safety and Security


With a wealth of experience in wireless to wired technologies, Anritsu is ideally positioned to assist with tailored measurement solutions for every field, including 5G, IoT, automotive, data center, and more.

Connecting the IoT World Testing with Anritsu

The appearance of next-generation 5G communications featuring fast and large capacity, low latency, and multi-connectivity is expected to drive even more explosive growth of IoT.

In the IoT market, connection of many “things” (IoT devices and products) to the Internet will use wireless communications to collect data from either standalone or built-in sensors which will then be sent via the Internet to data centers for AI-based analysis with the analysis results returned via the Internet to other IoT devices and products, smartphones, tablets, etc..


Wifi 7


The importance of WLAN technology as basic infrastructure remains unchanged even in the 5G/IoT era, and WLAN standards are continually evolving to help implement next-generation use cases.

In addition to implementing High Efficiency (HE), Wi-Fi 6/6E supports lower latency, reduced interference, larger capacity, and better reliability. Big progress has also been made in improved security. The upcoming Wi-Fi 7 aims to implement Extremely High Throughput (EHT) by including functions for increasing frequency usage efficiency as well as by improving overall throughput.

Connected Car. Always & Everywhere

Connected Car

Various communication functions are incorporated into the vehicle’s communication equipment.

  • Telematics control unit (TCU) uses 5G/4G/3G/2G.
  • Infotainment system features Wireless LAN and Bluetooth®.
  • Navigation system uses GPS/Galileo/GLONASS/BeiDou/QZSS.

Bi-directional vehicle and mobile cloud network data communication ensures safe and comfortable driving. To achieve this, the connected cars use built-in communications units, including a Telematics Control Unit (TCU), working as the core of systems such as the AD/ADAS, eCall and infotainment.

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High Frequency Measurement

Leveraging patented NLTL and PhaseLync technology, Anritsu VNAs provide leading solutions for the RF and microwave frequencies.

Anritsu solutions are ideal for the telecommunications, microwave, mobile satellite communications, or defense industries. High-performance specifications coupled with easy-to-use interfaces ensure best-in-class performance and fast, accurate measurements.