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Fujitsu announces new tech in preparation for 5G

Thursday 11 June 2015 | 10:32 CET | News
Fujitsu Laboratories announced that, in preparation for the next-generation mobile communications 5G system, achieved multiple access by multiplexing millimeter-wave beams. This technology will enable simultaneous high-capacity communications for multiple users while minimising reductions in communications speeds. In the past, when large numbers of users communicated at the same time, because their emitted radio waves would interfere with each other, there was a need to partition time and frequencies, which resulted in the problem of slower communications speeds. Details on the technology

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Fujitsu
Countries: Japan / World
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