How 5G High Speed ​​in Japan ?

At a time when most parts of the world still do not enjoy the 4G LTE connection internet speeds , Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo announced it will soon begin testing the 5G mobile networks . Read: Fastest Internet Speed.

As quoted by ZDNet , the first trial will be held at the research center in Yokosuka DoCoMo this year involves six international telecommunication vendors , namely Alcatel – Lucent , Ericsson , Fujitsu , NEC , Nokia , and Samsung .

5G connection speed is expected to reach 10 Gbps ( gigabits per second ) , or about 1,000 times higher than the speed of LTE network in numbers ranging from 100 Mbps to 150 Mbps .

5G networks in Japan is scheduled to be started to be held for commercial purposes within the next few years , exactly in 2020 .


Trial division of Internet 5G Japan , NTT DoCoMo collaboration with telecom vendors 6

DoCoMo will run the experiment in parallel with each vendor , are divided into several sections . Nokia handles testing technology and millimeter wave beam forming at 70 GHz frequency spectrum .

Samsung, which had previously been held 5G 1 Gbps trials in South Korea , will handle experimental technology in 28 GHz spectrum . While Ericsson outdoor testing at a frequency of 15 GHz with the new antenna technology .

NEC and Fujitsu join in trials at frequencies between 3-6 GHz . The Alcatel – Lucent will use the frequency spectrum which is already there , under 3 GHz for mobile broadband technologies and Machine – to- Machine .

In addition to Japan , the company SK Telecom of South Korea earlier this year have also been announced will invest 1.5 billion U.S. dollars for the implementation of 5G networks in 2020 .


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