Huawei will continue to lead in 5G Massive MIMO: Huawei CMO
On August 31, Huawei held the first wireless media salon and MBBF2021 pre-communication meeting. Gan Bin, the chief marketing officer of Huawei’s wireless product line delivered a keynote speech on the topic ‘Huawei continues to lead and open’s up a new green track for 5G MIMO’.
Gan Bin mentioned that the company continues to lead with breakthrough innovations in ultra-large-scale antenna arrays, opening a new green track for Huawei 5G Massive MIMO. This is achieved by making full use of sky resources and maximizing the green energy conservation and experience coverage.
Not only Huawei, but every other industry is preparing for energy conservation and emission reduction with the goal of making an environment-friendly ecosystem. The International Telecommunication Union and the global operators are promoting a ‘dual carbon’ action plan.
Huawei has been leading the industry since 2014 when the company introduced Massive MIMO into the 4G networks. The Massive MIMO was combined with the large bandwidth for an energy efficiency improvement of more than 20 times compared with the normal LTE 4T4R.
The company claims that it has found a new breakthrough innovation in the field of Massive MIMO. In the current scenario, energy-saving can be achieved by continuous optimization of active parts such as RF and power amplifier.
The Chinese tech giant has found its own way of optimizing the resources to achieve green energy conservation. It includes ultra-large antenna arrays, maximized sky-surface utilization, green energy conservation, and experience coverage.
Other things also play an important role in the entry saving are the utilization of the sky. The MM wave covers on 0.3 windward area, which is smaller than the low frequency skyward windward area of 0.7 square meters. The companies should try to an active smaller windward area in order to save energy.
Maximize green energy saving
When the terminal receives the same power, the base station can be configured with lower power transmission to reduce the energy consumption of the base station. Let’s suppose the MM is configured with 160W power transmission, which can achieve the coverage of 320W. According to analysis, the new green version of MM can reduce energy consumption by more than 50%.
Maximize the coverage experience
The new green version of MM has the ability to increase the downlink coverage by 3db. Due to the enhancement of the base station receiving the performance, the uplink coverage will also increase by 3db. The average experience of the edge users of the new green version of MM can be improved by 30%.
This was an example of the integration of Massive MIMO and the green energy-saving requirements. The company will continue its research on making the 5G services more efficient while conserving the energy to an adequate level. In addition to upgrading the personal experience, finding new capabilities in the industry, and more.