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    1. Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The US September 13, 2017 - Written By Manny Reyes Samsung has moved to advance its 5G wireless network push with the recent commencement of lab and field tests that use the South Korean tech giant’s pre-commercial 28GHz (mmWave) system and devices at several sites in the United States in collaboration with Charter Communications.

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    2. Samsung and Charter trialling 5G across the US

      Samsung and Charter trialling 5G across the US

      Samsung has announced that it will be partnering with Charter Communications on a series of 5G lab and field trials across the United States to evaluate the use of millimetre-wave (mmWave) spectrum at the 28GHz band. Samsung and Charter are also performing 4G trials at 3.5GHz using Samsung's small cell technology in outdoor environments, which Charter senior VP of Wireless Technology Craig Cowden said will "support our overall wireless strategy".

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    3. Samsung and Arqiva launch Europe’s first 5G FWA trial in central London

      Samsung and Arqiva launch Europe’s first 5G FWA trial in central London

      Following a statement of intent back in February, Samsung and Arqiva have kicked off the first European trial of 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) in central London.

      The partners chose the UK for its low broadband penetration and promising spectrum conditions. With 5G FWA being pitched as offering an alternative to fibre broadband, the UK offers a great opportunity for Samsung and Arqiva to demonstrate its possibilities.

      Three main components make up the 5G FWA system:

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    4. Sprint and Samsung set to roll out massive MIMO

      Sprint and Samsung set to roll out massive MIMO

      Sprint and Samsung are preparing to deploy dozens of antenna elements per cell site in select areas across the U.S., as the carrier rolls out massive MIMO to leverage its 2.5 GHz spectrum in preparation for 5G. The two companies have been testing the technology in Suwon, South Korea and Sprint said it has been able to increase channel capacity by at least 300% and boost cell edge performance by 200%.

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    5. Samsung and Arqiva will trial 5G in the UK this year

      Samsung and Arqiva will trial 5G in the UK this year

      Samsung and Arqiva have announced plans to launch 5G trials focused on Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) in the UK during the second half of this year.

      The companies decided on the UK as their starting point in Europe due to the country’s low broadband penetration and promising spectrum conditions. Samsung and Arqiva are hoping to demonstrate the potential for 5G to offer a compelling alternative to fibre.

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    6. China Mobile gets cosy with Samsung for 5G prototypes

      China Mobile gets cosy with Samsung for 5G prototypes

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      China Mobile is partnering with Samsung to demonstrate technologies related to a yet-to-be-defined 5G mobile network standard. During an initial 5G test in Beijing, key technologies like spatial modulation and FBMC (Filter Bank Multicarrier) were demonstrated.

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    7. Kagan: How will ‘Batterygate’ hurt Samsung?

      Kagan: How will ‘Batterygate’ hurt Samsung?

      Exploding batteries. Really. The question I pose is: How in the world could Samsung release its new Galaxy Note 7 a few weeks ago and not know these devices get too damn hot while recharging? So hot that some of them actually explode or burst into flames. Didn’t they test these devices? And if so, didn’t they know there was a problem? If not, what good is testing? And if they knew there was a problem, how could Samsung unleash this terror on its loyal customers worldwide?

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    8. Verizon and Samsung develop 4G LTE network extender

      Verizon and Samsung develop 4G LTE network extender

      In an effort to improve indoor voice and data coverage for consumer and small business customers, Verizon worked with Samsung to develop a 4G LTE network extender. The device went on sale June 30 for $249.99 and is available for purchase here.

      Drawing its technology from the networks division at Samsung Electronics America, the new Verizon network extender will boost coverage and capacity in a 7,500-square-foot area.

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