x
5G

SlideshowEricsson: 5G Heralds 'New' New Economy

Page 1 / 2   >   >>
TV Monitor 1/13/2017 | 10:37:05 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though Dan Jones

Because Samsung 5G is vastly superior to all other competing mmwave systems, so monkeying with Ericsson and Nokia's systems are waste of time, they are not even comparable in terms of system maturity and capability. Samsung is literally 3~4 years ahead of European vendors in mmwave 5G tech.

Just start deploying Samsung 5G base stations from the second half of 2018 and the US can have mobile mmwave 5G as early as in 2020, and consumers benefit from it.
DanJones 1/13/2017 | 7:21:41 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though Mr Monitor is on topic and not rude, ergo he's fine. I mean I could guess at his motives for constantly repping Samsung but why? We only tend to delete people who are actively spamming. This discussion board is still more polite than 99% of the Internet!
TV Monitor 1/13/2017 | 3:50:18 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though DanJones



"Yeah we gotta lot of rural line of sight opportunities here in Manhattan."

Based on Samsung 5G's testing at a test network deployed in Seoul's city center, NLOS connection is not a problem at all. There there is a 5G equipped bus driving around city center showing off Samsung 5G to bus riders, continuously delivering multi Gig connection. Yes, a small scale Samsung 5G network is already operational, although a city wide deployment at Pyeongchang won't be completed by September 2017.

The problem is the indoor reception, because of the mmwave's inability to penetrate concrete building wall.
brooks7 1/13/2017 | 3:33:40 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though @danjones, why do you feed the troll? seven
DanJones 1/13/2017 | 2:54:34 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though Yeah we gotta lot of rural line of sight opportunities here in Manhattan.
TV Monitor 1/13/2017 | 2:49:38 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though Dan Jones

There is no physics defying going on with Samsung 5G.

Anyhow, this will all be over by February 2018, when all other vendors realize their mmwave systems cannot compete against Samsung 5G, and for Telcos to realize that Samsung 5G is the only way to go if they wanted to deploy mmwave 5G with LTE like coverage.

http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/telecom/wireless/millimeter-waves-travel-more-than-10-kilometers-in-rural-virginia

Tech TalkTelecomWireless
Millimeter Waves Travel More Than 10 Kilometers in Rural Virginia 5G Experiment

By Amy Nordrum
Posted 7 Nov 2016 | 16:37 GMT

To their delight, the group found that the waves could travel more than 10 kilometers in this rural setting, even when a hill or knot of trees was blocking their most direct route to the receiver. The team detected millimeter waves at distances up to 10.8 kilometers at 14 spots that were within line of sight of the transmitter, and recorded them up to 10.6 kilometers away at 17 places where their receiver was shielded behind a hill or leafy grove. They achieved all this while broadcasting at 73 Gigahertz (GHz) with minimal power—less than 1 watt.

George MacCartney (left) and Jeton Koka (right) observe the signal strength from their receiver on a Keysight E4407B spectrum analyzer before recording a measurement.
"I was surprised we exceeded 10 kilometers with a few tens of milliwatts," Rappaport says. "I expected we'd be able to go a few kilometers in non-line-of-sight but we were able to go beyond ten."
DanJones 1/13/2017 | 12:27:05 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though You Canae deny the laws of physics capping!
TV Monitor 1/13/2017 | 12:24:26 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though Dan Jones

"do we move beyond hotzones for high-band 5G?"

There is no hotspot with Samsung 5G, Samsung 5G is a macrocell type direct LTE replacement system with a cell coverage radius of 2 km, this may extend to 6 km once the addition of electro-magnetic lense fitted on samsung 5G base station's antenna.

"a low-band option let's say 3.5GHz for now."

There wil be no 3.5 Ghz low band 5G in the US due to complexity and limitation of CBRS spectrum license. If networks really do want to deply low-band 5G in the US, it has to be some other band.
DanJones 1/12/2017 | 2:27:31 PM
Re: This stuff does take years though That's the million dollar question, in fact, do we move beyond hotzones for high-band 5G? In the US phones will to support at least 5 bands of LTE to fall back to, and say 28GHz and a low-band option let's say 3.5GHz for now. As ever: Don't buy the first generation of any new mobile technology.
Page 1 / 2   >   >>
HOME
Sign In
SEARCH
CLOSE
MORE
CLOSE