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78% of African countries will offer 4G services by the end of 2018

78% of African countries will offer 4G services by the end of 2018
By the end of 2018, a total of 43 out of 55 African countries (or 78%) will offer 4G services, according to GlobalData. In spite of this, there are a few laggards, one of them being Mozambique – a country of nearly 30 million people. However, in late July 2018, Mozambique’s telecoms regulator finally announced that a 4G auction will take place in the next 2-3 months, meaning services would most likely come online in 2019.
15th August 2018

Module reaches commercial sample stage on track for 5G

Module reaches commercial sample stage on track for 5G
Quectel Wireless Solutions has just announced that their LTE Category six EP06-E module has reached Commercial Sample stage, working on track towards their release of 5G. The Quectel EP06-E embraces the 3GPP release 12 LTE technology, especially optimised for IoT and M2M applications, delivering at speeds of 300Mbs downlink and 50Mbs uplink data peak rates.
10th August 2018

Software options cut 5G test costs

Software options cut 5G test costs
Software options have been released for Anritsu’s Signal Analyser MS269xA series that provide support for measuring the RF Tx characteristics of fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications base stations and terminals. These options support signal analyses and measurement of RF characteristics by supporting 3GPP-compliant sub-6GHz uplink and downlink signals and specifying 1 Component Carrier (1CC) up to a bandwidth of 100MHz.
8th August 2018


Amidst the hype, 5G still needs to prove its worth

Amidst the hype, 5G still needs to prove its worth
The ‘race to 5G’ has moved beyond the telecoms industry and become a priority for governments around the world, but it remains unclear whether the end result will ultimately be worth the effort, according to GlobalData. The company’s latest report, ‘5G - Thematic Research’, states that the hype around 5G has been building for so long now that it can be easy to forget that it will not become widely commercially available until 2019 at the earliest.
2nd August 2018

Traffic Management Solution for 5G

Traffic Management Solution for 5G
The launch of an enhanced Traffic Management Solution (TMS) for 5G has been announced by NEC, which improves the throughput of high speed networks that support data transfer rates of more than five gigabits per second. 
1st August 2018

5G antenna tuning solutions launched

5G antenna tuning solutions launched
It has been announced that Skyworks Solutions has unveiled the latest solutions from its Sky5 portfolio, the unifying platform enabling 5G applications. Skyworks’ wideband 16-state antenna aperture tuners are compact and designed to deliver improved efficiency and enhanced bandwidth coverage, from 600MHz to 6GHz for LTE Advanced Pro to emerging 5G standards.
31st July 2018

Collaboration on MEMS timing for 5G

Collaboration on MEMS timing for 5G
It has been announced that SiTime Corporation, a provider of MEMS timing, and Intel are collaborating to work together on integrating timing solutions for Intel’s 5G multi-mode radio modems, with additional applicability to Intel LTE, millimetre-wave wireless, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GNSS solutions. 
25th July 2018

Demo system utilising MEC to DOCOMO 5G Open Lab

Demo system utilising MEC to DOCOMO 5G Open Lab
  NEC has announced the provision of a demo system for intrusion detection solutions utilising Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), a network architecture concept for next-gen communications, to DOCOMO 5G Open Lab Yotsuya, a 5G technology verification centre run by NTT DOCOMO.
23rd July 2018

Network synchronisation IC designed for 5G wireless infrastructure

Network synchronisation IC designed for 5G wireless infrastructure
The release of the newest network synchronisation integrated circuit (IC) product family from Microsemi has been announced, for Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) and IEEE 1588 timing and line card applications. Targeted for upcoming 5G wireless equipment and network infrastructure, the new product family provides advanced phase measurement and adjustment capabilities which simplify next-gen transport and wireless equipment design.
23rd July 2018

2018, a new year for RF FE module market

2018, a new year for RF FE module market
The telecom revolution taking place in the early 21st century has led to impressive innovations, especially at the devices level, and according to Yole Développement (Yole), the RF FE modules market will be so highly impacted by new 5G standard it is expected to reach $35.2bn in 2023.
16th July 2018


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