Qualcomm Technologies and Siemens have set up a joint proof-of-concept project at the Siemens Automotive Test Center in Nuremberg, Germany, demonstrating what it claims to be the first private 5G standalone (SA) network in a real industrial environment using the 3.7-3.8GHz band, the U.S. chipmaker said in a release.
3.6 - 3.8 GHz
Fastweb in cooperation with Ericsson and the City of Rome started a 5G trial, demonstrated by switching on the first 5G experimental antenna on 22 February 2018. The agreed use case that are being developed concern public transport, public safety and tourism (VR in archeogical sites and museums). For the trial Fastweb is using 42MHz […]
Vodafone conducted a live demonstration of pre-standard 5G technology in Ireland. At the Douglas Hyde Gallery at Trinity College, Vodafone Ireland and Ericsson achieved 15 Gbps with a latency of less than 5 ms in the demonstration using the operator’s 3.6GHz spectrum acquired last year.
TIM, Huawei and Fastweb demonstrated virtual reality for tourists as well as an augmented reality tool for ship engines maintenance in Bari and Matera, which are the trialed “5G cities” with budget of 60 million euros over four years. The 5G network was implemented through the use of 3.7-3.8 GHz frequency bands made available by […]
The first six commercial antennas are installed for test operations in Berlin’s Mitte and Schoneberg districts, an area of 5km wide described as a “5G cluster” in Berlin. The antennas are using frequencies in the 3.7GHz spectrum band under a testing licence, and the operator’s pre-commercial set up is enabling “interaction” between 5G equipment and […]