Ericsson shows off 1.5 Gbit/s over C-band

There’s a growing sense that the next big update to the 5G standard won’t be finished until 2022, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, there are widening fears that the global geopolitical tug-of-war between the US and China could fracture the 5G standard in a way that would create a Chinese version of the technology and a US version of the technology.

Verizon details DSS progress

There’s a growing sense that the next big update to the 5G standard won’t be finished until 2022, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, there are widening fears that the global geopolitical tug-of-war between the US and China could fracture the 5G standard in a way that would create a Chinese version of the technology and a US version of the technology.

Verizon’s DSS comes up short in new 5G tests

There’s a growing sense that the next big update to the 5G standard won’t be finished until 2022, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, there are widening fears that the global geopolitical tug-of-war between the US and China could fracture the 5G standard in a way that would create a Chinese version of the technology and a US version of the technology.

The next version of 5G expected to be delayed to 2022

There’s a growing sense that the next big update to the 5G standard won’t be finished until 2022, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, there are widening fears that the global geopolitical tug-of-war between the US and China could fracture the 5G standard in a way that would create a Chinese version of the technology and a US version of the technology.

Marek’s Take: Is virtualization causing fragmentation to the 5G standard?

There’s a growing sense that the next big update to the 5G standard won’t be finished until 2022, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, there are widening fears that the global geopolitical tug-of-war between the US and China could fracture the 5G standard in a way that would create a Chinese version of the technology and a US version of the technology.

Loon poses modest impact on terrestrial LTE: study

FierceWireless by: Monica Alleven If operators are worried that Loon’s balloons are going to interfere with their terrestrial wireless networks, a new study shows there’s little to fear. Based on a study of Loon’s network in Peru, Signals Research Group (SRG) found...