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Huawei verified new 5G millimeter wave networking in China



Huawei 5G millimeter wave China

Today, Huawei has conducted the field performance test and verification of the 5G millimeter wave networking in China. The latest information reveals that the overall outcome of this test was quite accurate to the in-built theories.

This new networking system will equally contribute to the 5.5G growth and development. Moreover, it will ease the distribution of broadband facilities and will help in improving the user experience in the region.

On the greener side, consumers will be able to benefit from advanced networking. For instance, they would be able to utilize machine vision, high-definition video playback, internet connections with huge global servers, and finer uplink rates.

Downlink rate of 7.2Gbps

Accordingly, the new 5G millimeter wave network can offer a single-user downlink peak rate of more than 7.2Gbps. Meanwhile, the single-user uplink rate excels from 2.2 Gbps. Consequently, this is quite more than the traditional network platforms.

Notably, the 5G millimeter wave networking adopts the suitable DDDSU (for downlink) and DSUUU (for uplink) network frame architecture which helps in exhibiting higher frequency and networking rates.

Huawei 5G millimeter wave China

On the other hand, these architectures also synchronize the 4G and 5G capabilities to meet efficient network requirements. Huawei has also imposed carrier aggregation (CA) in the millimeter wave frequency due to which the downlink has 4 x 200MHz and the uplink has 2 x 200MHz frequency bands.

The Chinese tech giant organized the Huawei 5G millimeter wave networking verification jointly with the IMT-2020 Promotion Group of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology.

The information also suggests that the 5G millimeter wave networking is an independent network structure. Probably, it will work more productively than the traditional network bases in the country.

Up to this point, Huawei has released several network solutions and digital-based products in the native as well as global regions. The only aim of these solutions is to enhance the digital economy and network system worldwide.


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