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Articles Tagged with ''mobile''

Anritsu completes testing of GCT Semiconductor's LTE-Advanced single chip

Anritsu Co. announces it successfully completed testing of GCT Semiconductor’s 4G LTE-Advanced chip, GDM7243Q, using Anritsu’s MD8430A signaling tester with Rapid Test Designer (RTD). GCT Semiconductor, a leading designer and supplier of advanced 4G mobile semiconductor solutions, offers an advanced FDD-TDD LTE Category 5/6/7 single chip, with the world’s first 4X4 MIMO carrier aggregation for LTE.


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Nokia Networks, NYU WIRELESS host Brooklyn 5G Summit

Global leaders and top researchers exploring the next, ultra-fast generation of mobile communications will begin gathering at the Brooklyn 5G Summit, jointly organized by Nokia Networks and the university research center NYU WIRELESS. The second annual summit will be held April 8-10 at the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering in Brooklyn, N.Y.


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CableLabs joins NYU WIRELESS as race to 5G mobile heats up

NYU WIRELESS announced that CableLabs, the nonprofit research consortium for the cable industry, has joined the university research center as it drives development of the next super-fast generation of mobile technology, 5G. CableLabs becomes the 12th industry affiliate sponsor of the research center, joining Intel, Samsung, Qualcomm, and others, as the industry starts to look beyond 4G and LTE-A, in pursuit of faster connections and greater access.


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ABI study says 5G in 2020 will be rare, over 100 million subscribers by 2025

According to a new market data forecasts from ABI Research, it will take more than 5 years for 5G to reach 100 million subscriber mark—2 years longer than 4G. 4G subscriber growth was much faster than with previous generations, fueled by the capabilities of increasingly powerful smartphones and the availability of 4G devices. 5G subscriber growth will likely be a bit more muted at first due to the increased complexity of 5G cells and networks, but will pick up in 2023.


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