Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 32

Thread: Miscellaneous

  1. #1

    Miscellaneous



    World's first 5G mobile 'device'

    Published on Dec 1, 2014

    What will 5G look like and what will it be capable of delivering?
    BBC Click's Dan Simmons takes a look at the world's first 5G mobile device and examines how it has the potential to change our lives.

  2. #2


    What is 5G | Mobile Technology | Radio-Electronics.com

    Published on Mar 27, 2015

    Check out this summary of 5G mobile technology: what is it, how does it work, what are the enabling technologies - informed comment from industry leaders.

  3. #3


    Demystifying 5G – Where 5G waveform candidates lose their advantage

    Published on Jul 6, 2016

    5G waveform candidates, such as FBMC, UFMC and GFDM, are designed to overcome limitations of LTE. For example, FBMC, UFMC and GFDM outperform LTE in spectral regrowth. Their much sharper power spectrum is a clear advantage over LTE. But what happens, if a non-linear device such as a power amplifier is used to amplify the signal? This video explores this behavior and provides interesting results.

  4. #4
    Article "The Next Generation of Wireless — “5G” — Is All Hype."
    5G is just a marketing term. The connectivity we crave — cheap, fast, ubiquitous — won’t happen without more fiber in the ground.

    by Susan Crawford
    August 11, 2016

  5. #5


    Elza Erkip | From Shannon to 5G

    Published on Dec 12, 2016

    Shannon Centennial Lecture Series
    Elza Erkip received the Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and the B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. She joined Polytechnic Institute of NYU in Spring 2000, where she is now an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She spent 1996-1999 at Rice University, and 2007-2008 academic year at Princeton University. Her general research interests are in wireless communications, information theory and communication theory.

  6. #6
    Article "5G connected cars are coming, thanks to Ericsson and PSA Group"
    Don't expect them to arrive within this decade, though.

    by Andrew Krok
    January 4, 2017

  7. #7


    Everything you need to know about 5G

    Published on Feb 6, 2017

    Millimeter waves, massive MIMO, full duplex, beamforming, and small cells are just a few of the technologies that could enable ultrafast 5G networks.

    Today’s mobile users want faster data speeds and more reliable service. The next generation of wireless networks—5G—promises to deliver that, and much more. With 5G, users should be able to download a high-definition film in under a second (a task that could take 10 minutes on 4G LTE). And wireless engineers say these networks will boost the development of other new technologies, too, such as autonomous vehicles, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things.

    If all goes well, telecommunications companies hope to debut the first commercial 5G networks in the early 2020s. Right now, though, 5G is still in the planning stages, and companies and industry groups are working together to figure out exactly what it will be. But they all agree on one matter: As the number of mobile users and their demand for data rises, 5G must handle far more traffic at much higher speeds than the base stations that make up today’s cellular networks.
    "Everything You Need to Know About 5G"
    Millimeter waves, massive MIMO, full duplex, beamforming, and small cells are just a few of the technologies that could enable ultrafast 5G networks

    by Amy Nordrum, Kristen Clark and IEEE Spectrum Staff
    January 27, 2017

  8. #8


    CES 2017 SuperSession: Stoked About 5G

    Published on Feb 24, 2017

    Learn about their intentions to capitalize on 5G, the network that reacts faster than the human brain, and how it can serve millions more people using less energy.

  9. #9


    Towards 5G - PSA Group

    Published on Feb 24, 2017

  10. #10


    5G: When, where and how you can get your hands on it

    Published on Mar 2, 2017

    The most over-hyped tech ever, or an era-defining innovation?

    * Correction: Sony Xperia XZ Premium rather than Z5

    Opinion is divided on 5G at MWC 2017, with super-fast phones hinting at 5G speeds despite the big telecoms operators insisting that 5G networks are still years away.

    What, exactly, is 5G for? Why do we need it? How will we use it? And how is it going to improve our lives? As usual with new tech, 5G is part-sales pitch, part-revelation, and part-stab in the dark. The Olympics will play a huge part; when Pyongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020 roll around, the world will see what 5G looks like as super-fast Wi-Fi hits trains, and even enables real-time AR and VR streaming. Eventually it will super-charge home broadband and enable real-time 8K video calling apps. The connected world is about to get super-charged.

Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast

Социальные закладки

Социальные закладки

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •