Tag: Samsung
Vendor profiles update: a wide range of 6 GHz views
Jun 10, 2021
by Toby Youell

The ITU-R's Director, Mario Maniewicz, channeled the spirit of former US President John F Kennedy at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance's Global Summit this week. "Ask not what spectrum and satellite orbits can do for you, but what you can do for spectrum and satellite orbits", he told delegates. His hope… Read more...

Vendors Overview
Jun 03, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

Vendors generally agree that spectrum in the 3 GHz range is prime 5G spectrum, with varying views on the service rules that apply to different 3 GHz sub-bands. There is strong divergence in vendor’s views on the 5925 - 7125 MHz range in terms of its licensing status and technical… Read more...

Samsung
Jun 03, 2021
by Dianne Northfield

In addition to the 3.5 GHz band, Samsung’s priority is on the release of high-band mmWave spectrum – 26 GHz, 28 GHz and 37-43.5 GHz – for 5G. Samsung supports nationwide licensed 3.5 GHz spectrum and sees prospects for local area licensing in the 3.7-4.2 GHz range. For 26 GHz,… Read more...

Vendor positioning for WRC-23
Apr 29, 2020
by Dianne Northfield

The Wi-Fi and cellular industries are set to clash again at WRC-23 with the main battle over licensed and unlicensed mid-band spectrum. Read more...

Samsung (2020)
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...

40 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

The frequencies around 40 GHz are second tier mmWave 5G bands, regarded as less of a priority than 26 or 28 GHz. The end of 2019 will see their consideration at WRC-19 and an auction in the USA. Read more...

47 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

A series of bands in this range will be considered for IMT at WRC-19. The only segment to attract significant interest is the 47.2 – 48.2 GHz band, which the FCC will sell at the end of 2019. Read more...

70 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

The mobile industry is promoting IMT identifications in 70 GHz band (66 – 71 GHz), but the unlicensed community wants to expand Wi-Gig usage into this range. Read more...

47 GHz (2020)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

WRC-19 agreed to identify the 45.5 – 47 GHz and 47.2 – 48.2 GHz bands for IMT, the latter is also being auctioned in the US. Read more...

Vendor Overview (September 2019)
Nov 03, 2019
by Dianne Northfield

As WRC-19 approaches, there is greater clarity in vendor’s 5G spectrum priorities. 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… Read more...