Wednesday, 22 May 2013

SAMSUNG'S 5G (5th Generation Mobile technology)


      On May 12, 2013 Samsung successfully tested world's most advanced Fifth generation (5G) wireless technology. The Samsung revealed that it will commercially release by 2020. It's still an amazing improvement over what many people are experiencing now.

      Everybody hears the term "5G" in any researching papers and projects to denote the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/LTE, 3G standards. Till now (22.05.2013) company does not describe any particular specification officially. But, rumour says that we can smell the next side. It gives multiple concurrent data transfer paths. The company says its equipment is capable of transmitting data at more than 1Gbps across a distance of up to 2km (1.2 miles).It allows user to stream HD Blu-ray videos on the move.
       Milestone of 5G is Rahim Tafazolli. Who is the professor in the University of Surrey takes 5G research efforts - suggests that even if the latest development was used, it would only be "a small part of the larger jigsaw" of technologies needed to deliver 5G. His words his own £35m project to develop a 5G standard is funded by Samsung, Huawei, Telefonica Europe, Fujitsu Laboratories Europe etc. Samsung says it has developed the world's first "ADAPTIVE ARRAY TRANSCEIVER" technology, an innovation that allows part of the super-high-frequency band of the radio spectrum at 28GHz to be used for cellular data transmission.

      Samsung’s 5G network runs off of the 28GHz waveband. Samsung reportedly used 64 antenna elements to pull off the high-speed data transfer, and believes they can commercialize and implement their 5G network by 2020, which communicates in the millimetre-wave bands.

Some features of 5G:
  • ü Download HD movies in a few seconds.
  • ü 5G technology offers high resolution mobile user and bi-directional large bandwidth shaping.
  • ü Speed in Gbps.
  • ü The remote diagnostics also a great feature of 5G technology
  • ü Supports virtual private network and so on.

  News revealed that discussions about which part of the radio spectrum to use will take place at the UN's World Radio communication Conference in 2015.

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