Samsung is developing a new communication standard that is hundreds of times faster than LTE




Samsung is developing a new communication standard that is hundreds of times faster than LTE


Despite the fact that LTE was just gaining momentum, the company Samsung has announced that it is working and has made ​​significant progress in the development of a new wireless standard 5G. We note at once that, in contrast to the term 4G, «5G» is a definitional term for the new technology. The company said that the future generation of mobile networks will be able to provide data rates of tens of gigabits per second – hundreds of times faster than LTE.

At Samsung Electronics developed a new adaptive transceiver, which is capable of transmitting data at speeds of 1,056 Gbit / s over a distance of up to two kilometers when using frequencies close to the range of millimeter waves. Typically such a range of frequencies in practice long range do not apply due to the fact that the signal strength is directly dependent on the weather. But the fact is that the technology Samsung is not working specifically on the millimeter range (it uses a frequency of 28 GHz), the boundaries of which are the frequencies from 30 to 300 GHz. At these frequencies, the wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation ranging from 1 mm to 10 mm (hence the name).

For a long time of millimeter waves due to its capacity is considered as one of the most promising methods for the revolutionary changes in telecommunications . Samsung said that her technique involves the use of the transceiver antenna 64, which increases the signal power within a millimeter wave and promises data rate to 1056 Gb / s. The technology allows online live easily transferred to 3D-movies, games, Ultra HD picture and opens up opportunities for remote medical services.

Samsung project is currently funded by the European Commission, and the beginning of its commercial use is possible to take place in 2020.
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