The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has thrown its weight behind the publication of two new international standards for 5G electric and magnetic fields (EMF).
LitePoint, a provider of wireless test solutions, announced a technology development partnership with Sivers for its 5G millimetre wave (mmWave) Antenna in Package (AiP) products. LitePoint’s versatile IQgig-5G non-signaling test solution provides Sivers with a turnkey solution to quickly get RF measurement results.
TPG Telecom and Samsung Electronics Australia have expanded their 5G mmWave technology collaboration to more trial sites after successfully completing the first 5G virtualised, radio access network (vRAN) trials with 26GHz mmWave in Australia.
If you want to experience 5G at maximum speeds, you'll need to do so using a smartphone capable of accessing 5G mmWave networks. In Australia, the only phone that's capable, for now, is the Google Pixel 6 Pro, although that will surely change in 2022 and beyond.
At a 5G mmWave site in Telstra's George St store, Telstra's head of Technology Discovery and Validation, Paul Milford, has achieved speeds of 3.622Gpbs down and 140Mbps up, and while we don't yet know what speeds tens or even hundreds of thousands of people with future 5G mmWave phones will be getting, this is still an impressive achievement.
COMSovereign Holding Corp a U.S. based developer of 4G LTE advanced and 5G communication systems and solutions, announced that its DragonWave unit and Siklu, have officially introduced the “Extend”-line of ultra high-capacity and long-range mmWave radios designed to reliably deliver multi-gigabit connections up to 10km or more with fibre-equivalent reliability of 99.999%.
Samsung announced that the company will conduct what they claim to be Australia’s first 5G virtualised RAN (vRAN) trial on 26GHz.
Optus said it has achieved another Australian 5G record, smashing 5G upload speeds as part of its mmWave testing on its live commercial network, together with technology partner Nokia, as it continues to push the possibilities of its super-fast 5G network.
Qualcomm announced at the Mobile World Congress that a contingent of mobile communications companies announced their collective support for 5G mmWave technology globally – including key players from a growing number of regions including China, Europe, Japan, Korea, North America and South East Asia.
Optus tests dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) between multiple radio access technologies, and reaches new mmWave download milestone.
Nokia, Qualcomm Technologies, and UScellular announced that they have achieved a world record extended range over mmWave of more than 10km utilising its 5G extended-range millimetre Wave (mmWave) solution on a commercial network. This milestone paves the way to bring extended range 5G service with massive capacity and low latency to Nokia customers.
Telco Singtel Optus says it has switched on its first six 5G mmWave commercial sites in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane even as it reached a million 5G-capable devices on its network.
Successful milestone achieved in the US addresses “the last mile” connectivity challenge and enhances consumer broadband experiences as data demand grows.
Qualcomm has announced real-world test results demonstrating that 5G mmWave connectivity speeds on commercial devices is 16 times faster than 5G operating solely in sub-6 GHz frequencies.
The new 5G mmWave spectrum will "power 5G fixed wireless and super-fast 5G mobile", and with Optus, Telstra, Dense Air Australia and Pentanet winning mmWave spectrum, the future for Australia is super fast.
Optus states it is continuing to build a world-class 5G network which will be made even better with the acquisition of a range of new licences in the 26GHz spectrum band.
Telstra has announced it has secured 1000 MHz in the 26 GHz spectrum auction, investing $277 million to further extend its leadership in 5G now - and into the future.
Five companies have won spectrum in the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s latest spectrum auction in the 26 GHz band. The 26 GHz band has been identified as optimal for the delivery of 5G wireless broadband services.
Samsung Networks Business to deliver the latest in mmWave 5G innovation, initially offering 5G mmWave radio solutions in both the 26Ghz and 28Ghz spectrums.
Materials used in future 5G networks will be different and more diverse and there will be rapid growth in demand for low-loss materials in 5G according to research firm IDTechEx.
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