Netradar provides the best solution for monitoring 5G mobile experience

Netradar provides the best solution for monitoring 5G mobile experience

Verify 5G speeds

Measure and verify 5G speeds in real usage situations without speed tests. Measure latency to your own cloud and services.

Optimize 5G network

Validate the achieved coverage and capacity that was designed by the theoretical models. Understand mismatch between 4G control channel and availability of 5G bearer.

Identify 4G congestion

Identify hotspots for 4G user-level congestion and target 5G investments where they matter most.

Analyze in-building coverage

Measure in-building coverage of the 4G and 5G signals as 5G is more difficult to propagate indoors.

Netradar gives operators an answer to the following questions:

Where does my network not meet the demands of my users?

How do I validate 5G speeds in a real usage environment?

How do I update my network as demand and usage habits continuously shift?

How do I determine the root cause for poor user experience – network or app?

Netradar gives operators an answer to the following questions:

Where does my network not meet the demands of my users?

How do I validate 5G speeds in a real usage environment?

How do I update my network as demand and usage habits continuously shift?

How do I determine the root cause for poor user experience – network or app?

Why 5G?

Telecom operators are introducing 5G capability into their networks as it brings them the following benefits:

1. 5G enhances overall network capacity in the areas where 4G cannot consistently meet the needs of demanding users.

2. 5G increases throughput speeds and lowers network latency.

5G comes in two flavors – non-standalone and standalone access. The former enables a transition path from existing 4G-LTE to 5G by enabling support for 5G bearers.

Why 5G?

Telecom operators are introducing 5G capability into their networks as it brings them the following benefits:

1. 5G enhances overall network capacity in the areas where 4G cannot consistently meet the needs of demanding users.

2. 5G increases throughput speeds and lowers network latency.

5G comes in two flavors – non-standalone and standalone access. The former enables a transition path from existing 4G-LTE to 5G by enabling support for 5G bearers.