Friday, 25 May 2018

China Unicom successfully completes first 5G NR field test

Total Telecom Staff
Monday 10 July 17

China Unicom has completed its first field test of 5G NR (new radio) technology, achieving data rates of up to 2 gigabits per second on single-user equipment via a pre-commercial ZTE 5G base station.

The base station was deployed at under 6GHz with massive MIMO, LDPC (low-density parity check) and other key 5G technologies. The test, in Shenzhen, China, used the 3.5GHz frequency band with a 100MHz bandwidth, and was conducted by ZTE together with the Guangdong branch of China Unicom…

The base station was deployed at under 6GHz with massive MIMO, LDPC (low-density parity check) and other key 5G technologies. The test, in Shenzhen, China, used the 3.5GHz frequency band with a 100MHz bandwidth, and was conducted by ZTE together with the Guangdong branch of China Unicom…

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