Report in Collaboration with the GSMA Highlights Best Practice from National 5G Plans
Countries must step up their efforts to facilitate the 5G era by backing more supportive policies, according to a new GTI study, produced in collaboration with the GSMA.
The Report, ‘Supportive Policies for a Sustainable Mobile Industry in the 5G Era’, calls for governments to play their part in helping operators overcome the new challenges they are facing. These include the high costs incurred by the demands for more spectrum; the heavy financial barriers to network deployment; collaboration with diverse vertical industries as well as national broadband strategies and regulations.
This white paper will serve as a platform to share and present the results of the test and the strategies of the 5G NSA commercial network deployment, parameters and performance optimization experience, thus provide a reference to industry partners, so as to jointly promote the 5G industry maturity, accelerate its scale commercialization and evolution to SA, and embrace the property of 5G ecosystem.
This whitepaper will be released in two phases. Phase1 will focus on two pre-commercial vertical scenarios (RMG in port which is a typical outdoor case and AGV in factory which is a typical indoor case) and pre-commercial product realization, frequency band, duplex mode, etc.; the output will be in two dimensions (Network capability is evaluated by given Inter-site Distance and number of station is calculated by given requirements). Phase2 will involve more vertical uses cases which operators and vendors have great interest in, such as AR/VR, gaming, and so on; and more simulation assumptions will be adopted, such as new frequency band, new frame structure, etc.
In this version, Clause 5 has been updated as per the industry progress; “Reconfigurable n77/79 L-PAMiF” has been added into Clause 22.214.171.124; Clause 126.96.36.199 has been added; Clause 8 has been updated as per the latest industry progress.
This specification provides evaluation criteria for UE OTA performance in the 5G test. Considering various test requirements, specific test cases and methods are designed, together with the basic requirements for each test category, number of test devices, and tailored agreements.
This specification targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for 5G Sub-6GHz Chipset, Module and Device products testing. It stipulates the 5G device function and performance test in lab for NSA Mode (Option 3/3a/3x) and SA (Option 2).