Thursday, May 28, 2015

Ericsson Tests Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO

As part of its 5G research, Ericsson is testing Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO, which involves very sophisticated signaling methods, which are not part of today's LTE standards, to control the mobile device's interaction with the network.  Ericsson's 5G air interface initiative, labeled "NX", includes this new Multipoint Connectivity with Distributed MIMO capability.

Ericsson noted that 5G will involve the entire future communication eco-system, from devices to mobile access, IP core and into the cloud. Its latest 5G test network initiatives focus on the interactions between mobile devices and the radio access network, in both indoor and outdoor circumstances.

Ericsson's 5G test networks, including both 5G mobile devices and 5G radio base stations, are running live at the company's premises in Plano Texas and in Stockholm.  The company said it welcomes mobile operators, eco-system partners, members of academia, tech media and analysts to visit these sites to witness and interact with Ericsson 5G innovations.

http://www.ericsson.com

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