During the talk it was explained what is the difference between currently used “sub-6 GHz waves” and introduced for mobile service mmWaves. Among key differences in these bands enhanced path loss was mentioned and antenna arrays as potential enabler to overcome high path loss in mmWave.
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This article discusses the private (or non-public) mobile networks from the technical perspective. It touches upon 3GPP features related to Private 5G Networks and various options for the deployment of those along with an analysis of advantages and disadvantages for each.
How to predict the power received in the given area when mmWaves are in use? This post describes three classes of propagation models can be addressed starting from very basic to precise ray-tracing models for mmWaves.
We recently took part in the 5G Core Summit by Informa and Knect365, a virtual conference, which I'd like to shed some light on. The conference's main areas included: 5G use cases and ecosystem development, network cloudification, edge clouds, and network slicing, trials and lessons learned from initial deployments, specialized use cases, private networks and practical aspects of the first implementations, evolution strategies, and alike.
As the first two releases covering the 5G system are completed (i.e. Release-15 and Rel-16), further features and enhancements are being covered within the ongoing 3GPP Rel-17. This post discusses a subset of the features from that release, including Non-Public Networks, higher frequency ranges, Unmanned Aerial Systems, Network Slicing enhancements and alike.
5G is the first system where frequencies higher than 6 GHz are taken into account. The motivation behind new spectrum portions is the mentioned need for offering throughput of gigabit/s and more. The game is worth playing since, in the mmWave, Gigahertz spectrum bandwidths can be applied. But one may pose the question: if the price is so exciting then why nobody used mmWaves previously in cellular systems?
For decades now, telecommunications solutions have been constantly changing the face of the Polish and global economy, as well as our everyday life. In the context of the next development leap towards the so-called industry 4.0, wireless telecommunications, and in particular, 5G will play an important role. In August 2020, the Poznan University of Technology granted RIMEDO Labs license to use the university's know-how in the field of algorithms used in telecommunications networks.
This post describes the generalized hierarchical and modular resource management architecture consisting of a unified upper layer, an abstraction middle layer, and a specialized lower layer. This approach can be applied to complex mobile wireless systems like 5G and beyond.
Every odd generation provided the “new” type of service to the mobile communications (1G started voice in mobile communications, 3G started Internet access, 5G started verticals), while every even generation provided the “good” solution for the services approached by the odd generation.
A new trend, the so-called mobile private networks may become an important item in the telecommunications landscape. It relies on the implementation of 5G or LTE systems dedicated to specific enterprises and purposes in which the infrastructure is under the responsibility of the enterprise itself or of the venue owner, and the frequency band is licensed locally.