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    [EN] Huawei achieves 30 Gbps 5G speeds

    Trials of 5G mobile technology at the TELUS and Huawei “5G Living Lab” in Vancouver have achieved ground-breaking wireless speeds of nearly 30 Gbps – 200 times faster than today’s LTE standard


    TELUS achieves blazing-fast results with next generation of wireless technology
    4/10/2016

    Vancouver – As carriers around the world work towards developing the next generation of wireless technology, TELUS, Canada's fastest-growing national telecommunications company, and Huawei, one of the world's largest telecommunications and ICT (information and communications technology) suppliers are a step closer to the future after successfully achieving wireless speeds of 29.3 Gbps.

    These ground-breaking trials are laying the foundation for 5G, which will enable the likes of driverless cars; smart homes, businesses and cities; new innovations in healthcare; as well as yet-to-be-imagined applications, devices and services powered by astonishingly fast and reliable wireless connections.

    The speed tests took place in the heart of TELUS and Huawei’s 5G Living Lab in Vancouver, where both companies have been trialling next generation technologies since late last year in a live, real-world setting. While 5G is anticipated to become mainstream by 2020, TELUS customers living in the Vancouver area will have early access to some of the most cutting-edge wireless technologies in the world.

    While we innovate towards the future of wireless standards with our 5G live trial, our feet are firmly rooted in the present; the Living Lab will allow us to deploy continuously faster and more reliable network technologies for our customers in real time,” said Eros Spadotto, TELUS’ Executive Vice President of Technology Strategy. “We’re still in the early days of determining what the deployment of 5G will look like, but what we do know is that it will be a quantum leap forward in wireless technology and the foundation of future innovations.”

    In addition to the successful 29.3 Gbps field trial of 5G, one 4G LTE wireless site in Vancouver has also been upgraded with the latest advancement in LTE-Advanced Pro technologies capable of speeds of up to 1 Gbps –10 times faster than current LTE-Advanced speeds. Five more sites will be upgraded in the coming weeks, and TELUS customers will be able to take advantage of these technologies as early as next year, as LTE-Advanced Pro compatible devices become available.

    “This is a tremendous achievement for our TELUS and Huawei 5G Living Lab Partnership,” said Sean Yang, President Huawei Canada. “We are also extremely proud that much of the technology used in this trial is a result of the ‘Made in Canada’ leadership of our Huawei Canada Research Centre team. Huawei’s Canada Research Centre has become one of the global pioneers 5G technology. The success of the trial today, with a great Canadian partner in TELUS, reinforces the important role Canada is playing in leading global 5G technology development.”

    TELUS’ advancements towards 5G builds on the company’s $1-billion investment to connect Vancouver to the TELUS PureFibre network, which will ultimately provide the backbone to support lightning-fast wireless speeds as the development roadmaps for wireless and wireline networks converge around 5G concepts. The PureFibre network will provide nearly limitless capacity to support the highly efficient, reliable and blazing-fast wireless speeds 5G will enable for customers, heightening the importance of TELUS’ fibre investments across Canada.

    https://about.telus.com/community/en...ess-technology

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    Huawei achieves 27Gbps 5G speeds with Polar Code

    Huawei and Canada's Telus also announced the results of 5G lab trials achieving peak speeds of 29.3Gbps, close to 200 times faster than the current LTE standard. The trials at the Telus and Huawei 5G Living Lab in Vancouver were designed to simulate real-world conditions.


    Dylan Bushell-Embling
    October 10, 2016


    Huawei announced it has achieved downlink speeds of 27Gbps using Polar Code, a new innovation in 5G channel coding technology.

    During a field trial in both static and mobile environments, Huawei was able to demonstrate that polar code technology can simultaneously meet the typical use cases of the ITU's 5G definition, which involves speeds in the tens of gigabits, 1ms latency and billions of connections.

    The company said polar code demonstrated three times the spectrum efficiency compared to current RAN networks.

    Polar code is designed to allow significantly higher spectrum efficiency than current cellular access technologies and to enable decoding with linear complexity.

    On the encoding side, polar code can optimize channel capacity close to the Shannon Limit, the theoretical highest capacity of a communications channel before noise introduces faults.

    The field trial also took into account the use of millimeter-wave and multiple parallel sessions based on short and large packet sizes.


    http://www.telecomasia.net/content/h...eds-polar-code

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    Aqui na roça parece que a solução de longo prazo será algum nG da vida quando as franquias ficarem mais decentes. O sinal melhorou muito de uns anos para cá.

    Como tenho visada direta para a antena consigo constantes 5 a 7 Mbps de download e 3 de up no 3G+ da Vivo em horário comercial. Na casa vizinha em local mais baixo o sinal já não é tão privilegiado e não passa dos 1,2 a 1,5 de Download.

    De madrugada chega a uns 15 Mbps de down. Meu recorde foi 18 Mbps

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    Citação Postado originalmente por Arr Ver Post
    De madrugada chega a uns 15 Mbps de down. Meu recorde foi 18 Mbps
    Durante 2 minutos, como o DDoS de 1Tb/s da OVH?

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    Não, não. Como disse o sinal tem me surpreendido, exceto quando tem festa do peão na região e congestiona tudo, a rede está bem confiável. Claro que tem a latência, claro que dá umas pipocadas, mas de modo geral tem sido bom. Bem melhor que o Speedy que vende 2Mb e entrega 600 kbps.

    Dependendo da necessidade desligo meu link "dedicado" tabajara via rádio 4Mb e plugo no celular.

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