Some people may think that 600Mbps is more than halfway to 1 Gbps, so what’s the difference? Qualcomm recently commissioned Signals Research Group (SRG), a well-respected wireless-benchmarking firm, to find out. The tests compared a Galaxy S8 phone, capable of Gigabit LTE operation, against a “generic” smartphone using a Cat12 modem. This less-advanced phone represents the LTE capabilities of Cat12 devices from Apple and others.
Michael Thelander, president and founder of analyst firm Signals Research Group, said his company has been working closely with clients to measure leadership in the standards process.
According to a new report from Signals Research Group (SRG), a number of items related to work on the 5G non-standalone New Radio specification have been delayed or stopped.
As the global telecommunications industry determines the parameters of its next-generation network of superfast connections, one company is playing an outsize role: China’s Huawei Technologies Co.
Signals Research Group’s Michael Thelander reports significant 5G standards, label work from ongoing 3GPP Plenary in Croatia.
A proposal to accelerate the non-stand-alone (NSA) implementation of 5G New Radio (NR) made it through the 3GPP, paving the way for enabling large-scale trials and deployments based on the specification starting in 2019 instead of 2020.