Huawei made 5G technology trials and achieved 3Gbps speed
Last week, Chinese manufacturing company Huawei has partnered and collaborated with local mobile operators like TIM and FastWeb, Italy to launch 5G technology testing in Turin, Italy. The company used an experimental setup bandwidth of 100MHz and achieved 3Gbps connectivity speed and spectral efficiency of 30 Bits / second / HZ. This result shows that Huawei’s latest technology uses less bandwidth than seven times and it is super fast.
In a report of Gizchina it has been found that, the company says that “the speed of connection, latency and efficiency in the use of spectrum were the indicators of first data connection testing, which ended with 5GB including Terminal, New Radium Access and Core Networks At the end of a network series was tested”.
Tell you that TIM, FastWeb and Huawei were provided 3.6 and 3.8 GHz frequencies for the 5G connectivity tests in cities like Bar and Matera by the Ministry of Economic Affairs in Italy. These tests are expected to continue as it is aiming to unveil its first 5G cell site by June this year.
Before 2019, Bari and Matera are relied upon to get 100 percent 5G scope while Vodafone Italy is as of now on standby for the commercialization of the 5G organize. The current 3Gbps speed by Huawei is more than 2Gbps of 5G download speed in Vancouver, Canada, where Huawei is supporting Telus.
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