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Canada is expected, at some point in the near future, to make a formal decision on whether or not to allow Huawei to participate in the development of its 5G telecommunications network. This has been a long-standing area of deliberation and debate for Canadian politicians, policymakers, security...
The upcoming fifth mobile generation (5G) standard â scheduled to be launched by 2020 â has recently attracted the attention of the industrial and research communities in different fields owing to its promises to achieve higher bandwidth, data rates and support the continuously growing mobile...
This study presents a circularly-polarised substrate-integrated waveguide end-fire antenna and four-antenna arrays for 5G beam-steering mobile devices at 28 GHz. Polarisation is achieved through implementation of a substrate-integrated waveguide notched-septum polariser. It is then loaded with a...
The China Institute at the University of Alberta (CIUA) is pleased to publish this Occasional Paper titled “Examining Huawei’s Growth and Global Reach: Key Implications, Issues and the Canadian Connection.” This is the first publication by the China Institute on the subject of Huawei, but is one...