by Mike Thelander | Jan 12, 2022 | News
Signals Research Group (SRG) completed a new study on T-Mobile’s 5G New Radio (NR) network in the D.C.-Maryland suburbs, where the SRG team examined a range of technologies using at least one handset with pre-commercial software.
by Mike Thelander | Jan 11, 2022 | News
The aggregation of low and mid-band carriers in both Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) and Time Division Duplex (TDD) spectrum improves cell edge performance in T-Mobile US’ network, according to recent testing by Signals Research Group.
by Mike Thelander | Dec 20, 2021 | News
For some time, Dish Network has been promising a beta launch of its much-anticipated 5G network in Las Vegas, amid delays. That beta test phase with friendly users has begun, however, and according to executive comments
by Mike Thelander | Dec 16, 2021 | News
Research and consulting firm Signals Research Group published what are likely the first publicly available tests of Dish Network’s 5G network in Las Vegas. The results are somewhat mixed.
by Mike Thelander | Oct 26, 2021 | News
Rogers Communications is touting a big first in Canada: the rollout of the country’s first national standalone 5G core, which hasn’t exactly taken off in a big way for its neighbor to the immediate south.
by Mike Thelander | Jul 14, 2021 | News
Dish Network is mere weeks away from launching its first 5G market. The Las Vegas launch represents a pivotal event in the company’s slow but steady progress into the US mobile market.
However, a number of top industry analysts – as well as executives from Dish itself – are warning
by Mike Thelander | Mar 26, 2021 | News
In what it calls an “unquestionable first,” Signals Research Group has tested the efficiency of LTE and 5G network schedulers of Ericsson and Nokia in the Verizon and T-Mobile US networks — and concluded that, well, 5G has a some growing up to do when it comes to scheduling.
by Mike Thelander | Mar 22, 2021 | News
How do you approach network benchmark testing so that it represents the user experience in a way that’s as reflective of real-world conditions as possible? And how do you best test the back-and-forth data transfers that determine the mobile gaming experience but
by Mike Thelander | Mar 15, 2021 | News
Verizon and T-Mobile both held lengthy analyst events last week, and both claimed that their particular flavor of midband 5G was superior. The truth, though, appears to lie somewhere in the middle.
by Mike Thelander | Feb 19, 2021 | News
Speed, speed and more speed: So much of the consumer expectations, and industry testing and bragging, are focused on the new heights of speed that 5G can achieve. The question of which operator has the fastest 5G network