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The Potential for Low-Cost and Open Source Hardware Solutions to Scale

The Potential for Low-Cost and Open Source Hardware Solutions to Scale

Low-cost and open source tools can accelerate and democratize science, benefiting individual researchers, formal institutions and grassroots communities alike. Realizing the goals of low-cost and open source hardware requires attention to how these tools can scale.

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Virtualized RAN, Cloud RAN, and Open RAN: Making Sense of the 5G RAN Alphabet Soup

Why has the radio access network (RAN) found itself at the forefront of conversations around U.S. national security, innovation, and competitiveness? In this 5G STIP video we walk you through three related but distinct transformations occurring in the RAN: Virtualized RAN, Cloud RAN, and Open RAN.

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Science Stack: Tools Within Reach

Low-cost and open source tools—the physical tools used to generate data and make new discoveries—are transforming science. Science Stack: Tools within Reach demonstrates the diversity of tools in regards to research topic, cost, openness, and beyond, while highlighting how these tools are changing science and benefitting society.

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