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Intel unveils global 5G modem at CES

Wednesday 4 January 2017 | 17:01 CET | News
Intel has announced at CES its first 5G modem, which is expected to begin sampling with customers in the second half of this year. The modem's baseband chip pairs with a new 5G transceiver that enables both sub-6 GHz and mmWave spectrum band capabilities. This combination incorporates so-called 5G New Radio characteristics which are expected to form part of 3GPP's next release on 5G standards, such as low latency frame structures, advanced channel coding and massive MIMO. In addition it targets use throughout the world, with support for the 3.3-4.2 GHz portion expected to be used in China and

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