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Kruz 4/29/2014 | 10:26:42 AM
Re: How fast? These guys are always on another galaxy. I was amazed to see the translating glasses they showcased. I hope they drive the industry into a quicker adoption of higher speed internet with the 5G.
DanJones 4/28/2014 | 12:22:32 PM
Re: How fast? Sometime in the 2020s probably, DoCoMo still tends to be ahead of most other operators w/ getting to the next G.
Mitch Wagner 4/28/2014 | 12:07:21 PM
Re: How fast? Ah, yes. I should have thought of that. Still an important issue, though perhaps less so what with technology being developed for powering devices from ambient energy (heat, solar, etc.). 
Mitch Wagner 4/28/2014 | 12:06:17 PM
Re: How fast? Nice! I wonder when we can expect to see that technology in the US?
DanJones 4/28/2014 | 11:32:41 AM
Re: How fast? Up above a gig downlink probability is up to multi-gig connections, 100X capacity.
DanJones 4/28/2014 | 11:28:49 AM
Re: How fast? Battery life concerns are more about tiny devices like sensors though.
DanJonesLRMobile 4/28/2014 | 11:26:58 AM
Re: How fast? Lots of vendors and industry groups working towards their idea of a 5G spec, no official spec has been defined though, just the expectation that there will be a spec that operators can use as a 2020+ template at some point.
Mitch Wagner 4/28/2014 | 12:08:04 AM
Re: How fast? Battery life is particularly useful; it's a sore point for users. Current phone batteries run down too darn fast. 
nasimson 4/27/2014 | 11:50:36 PM
Re: How fast? IMHO 5G is not about speeds. It's about use cases that are relevant and pertinent to individuals and businesses. Somehow I had this impression that 5G was already in lab trials. I am surprised that it's still in the specification and standardization stage. Or am I missing something here?
SachinEE 4/26/2014 | 6:24:00 AM
Re: DoCoMo's 2020 Vision for 5G With some of the technological incorporations expected for the next generation wireless communication of  a 5G network, the question, "how fast will it be?" is brought to our attention. Some of these incorporations include the lower band spectrum to extend coverage to rural areas and machine to machine communications to create an opportunity from very low power requirements for the connection-tiny sensors that have long battery life will be used for the connection, from agricultural to the medical settings. However, there is still a lot of uncertainty and a lot of explanation to be done in defining this fifth generation wireless network as made clear by CTO of NTT Docomo Inc and Lauri Oksanen, the vice president of research and technology ant Nokia Solutions and Networks. The incorporations are just assumptions and are yet to be tested; therefore no certain conclusion can be made yet.
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