How would a network simulation service help the satellite industry on a regular everyday basis? Thales Alenia Space in France, SES in Luxembourg, and Sateliot in Spain wanted to find out – why? Read here!
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As preparations are made for the 3GPP Release 18, Nicolas Chuberre of Thales Alenia Space in France and Jani Puttonen of Magister Solutions give an account of what the SatCom industry should expect of it, and how the simulations will play a key role in the future.
Do you want to work at the forefront of future wireless communication systems development? We at Magister Solutions Ltd. offer network simulations as a service targeted for the design, development, optimization and maintenance of satellite and terrestrial communication networks. Now we are looking for three researchers / simulation specialists to strengthen our wireless system research […]
Analyzing current and future networks, scenarios, algorithms and protocols usually require detailed radio network simulators and often also a simulator specialist. But what if high quality, secure and independent simulation activities could be available for everyone? We listed the top 5 reasons how Magister SimLab can help your business.
Trending now: Non-Geosynchronous Orbit (NGSO) communications constellations. Runners like Starlink now consider manufacturing tens of thousands of satellites to form their own constellations. Magister’s new simulator makes it possible to study and assess the performances of these new mega constellations.
The low earth orbit (LEO) satellites’ resource allocation should take into account the changes in geographical and temporal traffic demand. Continuously growing amount of satellite communications traffic shall be a burden on the satellites. To solve this problem Magister Solutions is building a simulator that optimises the use of resources and makes sure they are […]
Paper titled “Machine-Learning-Based Predictive Handover” by Ahmed Masri, Teemu Veijalainen, Henrik Martikainen, Stephen Mwanje, Janne Ali-Tolppa and Marton Kajo has been published in the IEEE/IFIP IM 2021, May 17-21 in Bordeaux, France. The research for this paper has been done in cooperation with Nokia Bells Labs during years 2018 and 2021. This work proposes and […]