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The following are examples of the types of testing and development scenarios made possible by the 5G/6G Innovation Testbed.
5G Network Testing
Conduct comprehensive testing of 5G networks, including performance testing, latency measurement, and throughput evaluation.
AI and Machine Learning Integration
Explore the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning algorithms within the 5G/6G ecosystem.
Test and validate various applications, such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and multimedia streaming, on 5G/6G networks.
Big Data Analytics
Analyze large-scale data generated by 5G/6G networks and applications, supporting data-driven decision-making.
Hybrid Network Testing
Test the integration and performance of hybrid networks, combining 5G/6G with existing technologies.
Internet of Things (IoT) Integration
Explore the integration of IoT devices and applications within the 5G/6G ecosystem.
Perform interoperability testing with different devices, equipment, and technologies to ensure seamless integration and communication.
Massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTC)
Evaluate the scalability and performance of mMTC, supporting the connection of a massive number of low-power IoT devices.
Mobile Edge Applications
Develop and test mobile edge applications that leverage edge computing resources.
Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) Deployment
Deploy and optimize MEC resources, enabling low-latency and high-bandwidth services.
Network Performance Monitoring
Continuously monitor network performance metrics to identify bottlenecks and optimize resource allocation.
Network Resilience Testing
Conduct stress and resilience testing to assess the network’s ability to handle unexpected loads and recover from failures.
Network Security Testing
Assess the security vulnerabilities of 5G/6G networks and applications, helping to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities.
Create and test multiple network slices with different Quality of Service (QoS) levels to cater to diverse applications and services.
Network Slicing Orchestration
Experiment with the dynamic orchestration and management of network slices to meet varying service requirements.
Network Traffic Analysis
Analyze network traffic patterns and optimize data flow to enhance network efficiency.
New Algorithm and Protocol Testing
Integrate algorithms and protocols into open source components to see the impact on network operations and how it will impact the user experience.
New Network Function (NF) Integration
Test new NFs, evaluate how messaging is exchanged and how service provisioning works in this new upgraded architecture.
Open Access Experimentation
Experiment with open access networks, enabling them to assess the potential of open architectures and interoperability.
Optimize network configurations and improve overall performance.
Physical Layer Testing
Test use cases for physical base station configurations including MIMO antenna changes, scheduler operations, new modulation schemes, etc.
Private Network Deployment
Set up private 5G networks for secure and dedicated communications.
Quality of Service (QoS) Assurance
Validate QoS levels for different applications and services to ensure a consistent user experience.
Real-Time Video Streaming
Test real-time video streaming services and evaluate the impact of different network configurations on video quality.
Testing Orchestration and Automation Functionalities
Modify the templates used for pre-defined network operations or create necessary interfaces to collect data from the network in real time to support dynamic and smart network automation (including AI integration).
Evaluate the feasibility and benefits of 5G/6G for applications such as gaming, intelligent transportation, energy management, etc.
Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC)
Conduct testing to ensure ultra-reliable and low-latency communications for mission-critical applications.
Virtualized Testing and Connectivity
Set up virtualized environments to test and evaluate 5G and 6G technologies. This includes virtualized radio access networks (vRAN), core networks, and edge computing resources.