More about "28 GHz"
Vendor Overview
Mar 16, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

In addition to identifying the importance of sub-1 GHz and mid-band 3.5 GHz spectrum, vendors consider that initial 5G deployments using mmWave spectrum will focus on 26 GHz and 28 GHz, followed by 40 GHz. There is more variance in vendor positions on licensed or license-exempt 5 GHz, 6 GHz… Read more...

Nokia
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Nokia supports a wide range of low, mid (particularly 3.5 GHz) and high-band spectrum for 5G and is advocating for the release of a swath of mmWave bands in the widest possible contiguous frequency ranges. After 26 GHz and 28 GHz, Nokia regards 37-43.5 GHz as the next promising band… Read more...

Intel
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Intel sees both 3GPP and IEEE-based technologies playing an important role in 5G deployments. It considers that 5G will rely on licensed spectrum – low-band below 2 GHz, mid-band 2-6 GHz and high-band above 24 GHz – and license-exempt spectrum which is of particular importance for Wi-Fi 6. Read more...

Cisco
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

While Cisco supports licensed low, mid and high-band spectrum for 5G, its priority is the release of additional license-exempt spectrum in the 5 GHz, 6 GHz and high-band 60/70/80 GHz ranges. WRC-19’s decision to consider an IMT identification for parts of the 6 GHz range will likely see Cisco lobbying… Read more...

Ericsson
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Ericsson considers that existing mobile spectrum like C-Band and 26 GHz will be in high demand for 5G networks in the first instance, along with 28 GHz. Ericsson also supports IMT identification for 37-43.5 GHz and 66-7 GHz spectrum. Ericsson is a strong proponent of the licensing of spectrum on… Read more...

Huawei
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

Huawei identifies C-Band spectrum as a priority for 5G deployments with the greatest potential for global harmonisation. Huawei also expects that after 26 GHz, 40 GHz will become a widely harmonized band globally, along with 28 GHz. Read more...

Samsung
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

In addition to the 3.5 GHz band (and the wider mid-band spectrum in the 3.3-5 GHz range), Samsung’s priorities for 5G spectrum are the mmWave bands 26, 28 GHz and 40 GHz. Samsung supported a IMT identification for 26 GHz, 40 GHz and 66-76 GHz at WRC-19. Read more...

Qualcomm
Jan 31, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

In addition to sub-1 GHz spectrum, Qualcomm identifies key frequency ranges for early 5G New Radio deployments globally as 3.3-5 GHz, 26 GHz and 28 GHz, followed by 37-43.5 GHz. Read more...

SES
Jan 27, 2020
by Manuel R. Marti

SES is a world leading satellite operator who provides secure satellite communication solutions across the globe. It owns more than 70 satellites in both Geostationary Orbits (GEOs) and Medium Earth Orbits (MEOs), offering connectivity to enterprise, mobility, maritime and government markets. Read more...

Deutsche Telekom
Jan 06, 2020
by Dugie Standeford

Deutsche Telekom's spectrum focus continues to be 5G, with auction gains in Germany and the U.S., and final approval for US subsidiary T-Mobile's merger with rival Sprint.  5G "will revolutionize digitization," opening the path to the Internet of Things and autonomous driving, but not unless Europe changes its spectrum policy,… Read more...