Portuguese full-service telecoms operator Nos has staged a 5G trial in the coastal town of Matosinhos. According to Nos, the 5G testing process involved the demonstration of beach surveillance/danger prevention techniques. For Nos to carry out the tests, the National Communications Authority allowed the telco to use a block of 3.5GHz spectrum.
Vodafone Portugal has made a 5G hologram call to TVI Studios in Lisbon. The HD hologram was able to interact with the CTO of Vodafone, João Nascimento, in 3D with minimal transmission latency. This means that there was minimal delay in the interaction, despite the huge amount of data being transmitted – a key benefit of […]
MEO and Ericsson demonstrated 5G augmented reality at the Web Summit in Lisbon. The demo consisted of the recording of participants that can be seen in 3D and in real time by the visitors using hololens smart glasses.
MEO and Huawei achieved DL speeds of 1.5Gbps in a Lisbon-based 5G trial using 3.6GHz spectrum.
Altice-backed PT Portugal (MEO) annouced the trial of 5G network with Huawei using the 3.6GHz frequency band.
Altice signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Huawei with a view to implementing 5G services in Portugal. Both partners will work on 5G use cases in a live testing network environment.
Vodafone Portugal achieved DL speeds of up to 20Gbps in a ‘5G’ trial in partnership with Ericsson. The demonstration took place at Vodafone’s HQ in Lisbon, and utilised multi-user MIMO as well as beamforming technologies.