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    Tech talk: 5G

    Published on Nov 22, 2013

    In this Tech Talk, Erik Dahlman, Senior Expert in Radio Access Technologies within Ericsson Research talks about 5G or fifth-generation radio access, what it is and what we believe it will bring us.

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    5G live test demo: Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO

    Published on May 28, 2015

    To be ready for commercial networks in 2020, 5G research and development is coming out of the labs and into live test networks. Learn about Ericsson’s latest 5G initiative, Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO, in the company’s live test network in Sweden. While LTE technology is evolving to become an integral part of tomorrow’s 5G networks, 5G will also include innovative new air interfaces between the device and the network. Ericsson’s 5G air interface initiative, labeled “NX”, includes this new Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO capability. 5G will involve the entire future communication eco-system, from devices to mobile access, IP core and into the cloud. Ericsson’s latest 5G test network initiatives focus on the interactions between mobile devices and the radio access network, in both indoor and outdoor circumstances. Ericsson welcomes mobile operators, eco-system partners, members of academia, tech media and analysts to visit these sites to witness and interact with Ericsson 5G innovations.

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    5G – LTE dual connectivity live demonstration video

    Published on Feb 25, 2015

    A live demonstration of 5G – LTE Dual Connectivity in the Ericsson 5G Radio Test Bed with Niclas Wiberg, Principal Researcher, Baseband Software Research in Business Unit Radio at Ericsson.

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    Live Demonstration: Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes with MU-MIMO, Massive MIMO and Beam Tracking

    Published on Feb 17, 2016

    Dr. Dag Lindbo, 5G Research Software Lead at Ericsson, presents a live demonstration of Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes achieving peak throughput of more than 25 Gbps using MU-MIMO, beam tracking and Massive MIMO (the combination of MIMO and beamforming with a large number of antenna elements). Each compact 5G Radio Prototype – the size of a piece of carry-on luggage – supports the equivalent of 40 LTE carriers. The multi-Gbps speeds delivered by the Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes can not only support growing mobile broadband and video demand on smartphones and other mobile devices, they also provide a viable and cost effective alternative to residential fiber connections. 5G will also impact the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling new applications for smart vehicles and transport architecture, remote control of heavy machinery in hazardous environments, remote surgery and new levels of human-IoT interaction including immersive augmented reality and immersive gaming.

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    Ericsson 5G Seminar at Mobile World Congress 2016

    Published on Feb 23, 2016

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    5G for industries

    Why does Ericsson need to work with manufacturing, automotive, mining, and other industries when designing the next generation mobile networks? Bo Hagerman from Ericsson Research explains.

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    Live Demo at MWC 2016: Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes with MU-MIMO, Massive MIMO and Beam Tracking

    Published on Mar 15, 2016

    Short video of a live demonstration of Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes using MU-MIMO to support both fixed and mobile devices, maintaining reliable, multi-Gbps connections using beam tracking. The Ericsson Radio Prototypes demonstrated are also supporting Massive MIMO, combining MIMO and beamforming with a large number of antenna elements to improve both the throughput and energy efficiency of the network.
    "Ericsson 5G technology moves from test bed to field trial prototypes"

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    On the road to 5G - digital transformation in belgium

    Published on May 20, 2016

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