The report is expected to help people to develop 5G devices and to promote industrial development. It may also help people to know more about the industrial status of 5G device RF components. Meanwhile, it may also help readers interested in 5G device RF components to gain from the further thinking.
This whitepaper describes some typical indoor scenarios in 5G era. According to these scenarios characteristics, requirements and challenges are abstracted and corresponding solutions with necessary key technologies are also provided. Finally we provide some indoor deployment options to industry for reference.
This whitepaper provides the analysis of the factors of power consumption, such as the key components /the 5G feature and the service type/the test solution and the performance requirements of power consumption for 5G device.
This white paper provides a technical overview of the 5G device OTA performance. As we all know, OTA is the key method to evaluate the antenna performance and the OTA performance of wireless devices and reflect its access and throughput performance in real network.
RAN5 thanks GTI for the input on 5G/NR UE Conformance Test Applicability for 5G S-Modules and the introduction of “GTI 5G S-Module Whitepaper”. RAN5 also appreciates GTI sharing the new industry dynamics of 5G especially on the vertical markets.
There are compelling reasons to allocate additional International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum including the 700 MHz, 2.3 GHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.5 GHz bands and mmWave spectrum in markets where they have not yet been allocated, and if they available, for 4G and future 5G mobile usage as soon as practicable. This paper’s sole concentration is on the 2.6 GHz spectrum; this key capacity spectrum band is the largest single band of IMT spectrum band below 3 GHz.