• CommScope and Cheytec Telecommunications Form Partnership to Expedite In-building Wireless Service in U.S.

    source from CommScope webiste CommScope,a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks,and Cheytec Telecommunications,have announced a partnership to provide radio frequency signal sources for distributed antenna system (DAS) and C-RAN antenna system deployments. A key challenge for in-building wireless service is the timing and complexity of obtaining and connecting to service providers’ networks. “CommScope’s advanced C-RAN and distributed antenna systems,combined with Cheytec’s operator relationships and pre-arranged service provider signal sources,enable a faster and smoother turn-up for our customers and a…

  • Fujitsu Develops World’s First Single-Panel Antenna to Simultaneously Support Multiple 5G Communications

      Fujitsu has just made what could be a major breakthrough, creating the world’s first single-panel antenna that simultaneously allows communications to four users over 5G (using the 28GHz band). It can offer speeds of over 10Gbps in total (so 2.5Gbps per user) which is in line with the requirements of 5G, and due to using just a single-panel antenna rather than one per user it does this in the world’s most compact structure, coming in at just 13cm squared….

  • KT tests autonomous transport at Seoul’s international airport

    Self-driving bus tested at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport Part of KT’s 5G as a Vehicle Platform (5GaVP) project Vehicle covered 2.2km at a speed of 30km/h No sign of when we’ll see these vehicles deployed News arrives of yet another autonomous vehicle test, this time in South Korea. It’s not a particular ground-breaking test: a driverless bus covers 2.2km at a speed of 30km/h outside the airport’s Terminal 1, slowing down at traffic signals and changing lanes to avoid obstacles….

  • Nokia signs ?2b deals with Chinese carriers ahead of 5G

    China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom have all signed deals with Nokia to improve their mobile and fixed networks in preparation for 5G. Nokia has announced signing deals worth ?2 billion with China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom, which will see it deliver radio, fixed access equipment, IP routing, optical transport equipment, software-defined networking (SDN) products, and services to the carriers by the end of 2019. The agreements will set up the providers for the “transition to 5G”,…

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