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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFurther to last week’s sub-polemic on the wrongheaded marketing of 5G services, it is worth considering, again, just how transformational the next generation of mobile technology could be – and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail“The potential for 5G is awesome,” Verizon chief tech officer Kyle Malady wrote in an open letter this week, in protest at the early marketing of rather middle-of-the-road ‘5G’ services …

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Ericsson internet of things IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSwedish vendor Ericsson is looking at ways to employ artificial intelligence to enable advanced “fingerprinting” of mobile radio networks to enhance the positioning resolution of LTE-M and NB-IoT devices. The …

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nokia IoT 5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe trials used a Nokia ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) prototype Nokia, ABB and Kalmar, part of Cargotec, have conducted industrial trials with 5G technology to support time-critical applications and enhance protection and efficiency …

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AWS IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailURLLC key to autonomous 5G applications A new report from industry organization 5G Americas highlights how some of the longer-term goals of 5G–supporting widespread automation in verticals like manufacturing and …

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nokia 5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThroughout the ‘ask-the-experts’ session at URLLC 2018 in London earlier this month, serialised here across a number of posts, the conversation circled back time and again to 5G use cases. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNetwork slicing, allowing for multiple network layers on top of a single shared infrastructure, is arguably the most significant capability of incoming 5G technologies. It brings brand new business opportunities …

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RCS conformance test

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIn the 5G firmament, the constellation of ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) shines brightest and newest. The other star clusters, outlining enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and massive machine-type communications (mMTC), do …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail“5G will do the boring stuff first”. The low-latency pyrotechnics that will fire the industrial sector into a new gear for the first time will come much later. The version …

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5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe physics of time-division duplexing in radio communications means 5G could, in certain frequency bands, struggle to achieve the ultra low latencies it promises. Worse, in some markets, regulatory forces …

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