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Universiti Malaya has announced collaboration with Keysight Technologies on a two-year postgraduate research project in the topic area of next-gen 5G/6G device optimization.

The collaboration aims to push the boundaries of millimeter-wave power characterization through advanced computational modeling techniques. Over the next two years, Universiti Malaya and Keysight will work together closely to explore innovative solutions for enhancing the capabilities of millimeter-wave power characterization and its efficiency.

Professor Ir. Dr. Kaharudin Bin Dimyati, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) Universiti Malaya said that this industry collaboration will enriching students' learning experiences and equipping them with the necessary skills to contribute to the next generation of 5G/6G devices.

"We are thrilled to collaborate with Keysight on this significant research initiative, by synergizing our academic strengths with Keysight's industry-leading capabilities, we aim to drive innovation and make substantial contributions to the advancement of millimeter-wave for next generation of 5G/6G devices,” said Prof. Kaharudin.

"We are excited to embark on this collaborative research journey with the Universiti Malaya, this partnership represents a significant step forward in advancing the characterization capabilities in millimeter-wave for the next generation of 5G/6G devices. We are confident our industry-leading technology and combined expertise will result in groundbreaking discoveries,” said Muthu Kumaran, General Manager of Wireless Conformance at Keysight.

The research project will leverage Universiti of Malaya’s academic prowess, along with Keysight's state-of-the-art test and measurement solutions, to delve into key aspects of millimeter-wave power characterization. The Keysight PathWave Advance Design System (ADS) will serve as a simulation tool for model refinement and the Keysight PNA millimeter-wave network analyzer will provide the system verification. Through advanced computational modeling, the collaborators aim to address millimeter-wave device characterization challenges and pave the way for the seamless integration of millimeter-wave technologies into future 5G and 6G networks.

Last Update: Jun 21, 2024