China 5G Tests Reach 19, Set for 2020 Deployment

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China prepares to go from 4G to 5G.

from https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/07/china-5g-tests-hit-19-gbps-and-is-on-track-for-2020-deployment.html

Phase 2 of China’s National 5G tests were conducted in Huairou in Beijing. ZTE completed tests for continuous wide coverage, eMBB (enhanced mobile broadband) at sub-6Ghz, eMBB at millimeter-wave frequencies, uRLLC (ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communications), eMTC (massive Machine Type Communications), in addition to two hybrid scenarios, achieving multiple breakthroughs:

eMBB@Sub6GHz Test: New Record for the Peak Value, with Cell Throughput Exceeding 19 Gbps

In the eMBB@Sub6GHz test scenario, ZTE provided 28 streams for multiple users by using the 3.5 GHz pre-commercial base station, with a peak cell throughput higher than 19 Gbps, a new industry record. This data rate is higher than the ITU-defined value (10 Gbps). ZTE’s solution overcomes the limitations of standard interfaces, and provides more spatial division streams than the standard and common value (16 streams) in the industry. This technology is especially suitable for China’s densely-populated urban areas, highlighting ZTE’s technology leadership in 5G eMBB scenarios.

Industry-first eMBB@mmWave Test: Single-User Rate Exceeding 13 Gbps

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ZTE was the first to use the 26GHz base station in the high-frequency eMBB test scenario, and achieved a 4-stream rate of 13 Gbps even when a single test terminal supported a bandwidth of less than 1 GHz. This rate is higher than that defined by ITU (10 Gbps), and is a major step forward in the development and commercialization of high-frequency mobile communications.

China 5G tests hit 19 Gbps and is on track for 2020 deployment | NextBigFuture.com

China 5G tests hit 19 Gbps and is on track for 2020 deployment

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