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Huawei 5.5G test shows 13.4Gbps downlink and 4.6Gbps uplink speed



Huawei 5.5g

Huawei has achieved the ultra-large bandwidth verification of 5CC carrier aggregation through low-frequency FR1 1CC and high-frequency FR2 4CC. This reveals cell downlink capacity is as high as 27.5Gpbs or more, the single-user downlink peak rate is as high as 13.4Gbps, and the single-user uplink peak rate is as high as 4.6Gbps or more.

The test results show that Huawei has made major performance breakthroughs in multiple 5G-A uplink and downlink ultra-broadband technologies.

For the first time, the company applied end-to-end cross-layer collaboration technology to 5G-A broadband real-time interaction, achieving key improvements in capacity and latency progress.

5G-A, also known as 5.5G, the full name is 5G-Advanced and it is an advanced version of 5G. Past information shows that 5G-A accelerates the upgrade of the five major connections of people, homes, devices, industries, and vehicles by providing ten times the network capabilities and multi-dimensional new capabilities.

Gan Bin, vice president and chief marketing officer of Huawei’s wireless network product line, said in an interview that 5G-A is both an evolutionary technology and a part of 5G. Driven by market demand, it is an inevitable trend to gradually move towards commercial use.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.