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Mark Peters : July 1st 2017 - 09:09 CET

Samsung 5G New Radio technology


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SamsungSamsung 5G New Radio trial successfully completed : SK Telecom and Samsung Electronics announced that they successfully completed a trial to deliver a 5G end-to-end connection based on 5G New Radio (NR) technology. Today’s trial represents the successful case of a 5G end-to-end connection, using the 3.5GHz spectrum, through virtualized core, radio and device based on 5G NR technology. The trial, which took place in Samsung’s R&D center in Suwon, was comprised of Samsung’s 5G virtualized core, virtualized RAN, Distributed Unit and test device that are based on the 3GPP NR standards elements established to date. The 3GPP Release 15 standard is expected to be completed around the end of 2017, and to date, technologies such as numerology, frame structure and channel coding have been defined in the 3GPP NR specification.
Samsung 5G New Radio

Samsung 5G New Radio
Results achieved were speeds over 1Gbps and low latency of 1.2 millisecond. The ultra-low latency was made achievable by reducing the Transmission Time Interval (TTI) down to 0.25 millisecond, which relative to today’s 4G LTE networks is one fourth the time.

In addition to the latency improvements, while 20MHz is the maximum channel bandwidth for LTE, a wide channel bandwidth up to 80MHz was used to make consistent gigabit performance possible at today’s trial.

Mobile Edge Computing
Samsung’s virtualized solutions played a significant part in the trial’s success, representing the flexible nature of next generation networks. New applications and functions for unprecedented services can be deployed with Mobile Edge Computing (MEC). In addition to efficiency and cost-savings, network virtualization will provide operators with a real-time, ultra-low latency platform for new communication services.

5G communication technology

5G communication technology
SK Telecom and Samsung have been jointly exploring and studying the different frequencies optimal for 5G communications. 28GHz, one of the ultra-high frequencies, enables the transmission of large volume data like high definition videos at super-fast speed thanks to its wide bandwidth availability up to 3GHz.

On the other hand, 3.5GHz, one of the below 6GHz frequencies, promises a wider and more stable coverage. In accordance to this, the two companies will continue their joint efforts to create unprecedented services that are optimized to the distinct traits of 28GHz and 3.5GHz frequencies, as well as next generation network architecture.




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