Samsung reaches a new record speed at a 5G mmWave speed – electronic

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04/16 11:26

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5G is definitely the most widely spoken and interesting word last year and this year too, and Samsung is still keen to take advantage of that to assure the whole world that it is still at the forefront. To achieve this, Samsung confirmed today that it has succeeded in achieving a new record speed in its tests.

It had two devices receiving 4.3Gbps of data speed, for a total of 8.5Gbps at the same time from the Samsung 5G mmWave Access Unit. This achievement was achieved using high-frequency mmWave technology that enables such crazy speed to be achieved, albeit in controlled conditions. Samsung used MU-MIMO technologies on the 800MHz mmWave spectrum.

Once again, we would like to stress that these numbers require very well controlled conditions for success. MmWave technology has proven to be very impressive in terms of speed and response times, but it is also very volatile in terms of frequency and connection stability, even thin things like paper are often sufficient to disable mmWave communication. This is one of the main criticisms that mmWave technology has faced for a long time.

Frankly, there is little that has been done in practice. When we first heard about 5G technology, we promised many benefits beyond super speed, and while we are certainly not opposed to getting more speed, new use cases are yet to be fulfilled.

However, we would like to point out that it is not too late, 5G technology is currently available in a few countries, including the United States, Japan and South Korea knowing that these same countries are still lacking in the level of communication equipment related to 5G technology, and it did not succeed After installing this equipment across the country. As a result, developers and the world in general will need to wait a relatively long time before they take advantage of the full potential of this technology.

A young man from Morocco loves electronic blogging and a fan of technology in general and a follower of everything related to technology

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