Japanese telco NTT DoCoMo and compatriot conglomerate NEC have teamed as much as stream 8K footage of a steam locomotive again into the prepare.
“8K ultra-high-definition dwell video that includes a steam locomotive prepare was transmitted from a 5G base station put in alongside a railroad to a 5G cell station positioned inside a operating SL prepare and placed on an 8K show,” NEC stated on Friday in regards to the check carried out in November.
The check additionally streamed 4K content material to passenger handsets, nonetheless with the shortage of 5G handsets out there, the content material hit the passenger mobiles through Wi-Fi from a 5G station on the prepare.
The NEC base stations used supported four.5GHz and 28GHz bands, with the check itself forming a part of a Japanese authorities venture to look at the out of doors use of 5G methods which have common information speeds of 4Gbps to eight Gbps.
Final week at CES 2019, Samsung displayed a 5G smartphone prototype in a glass case.
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The corporate additionally stated it will likely be releasing a 5G handset in 2019, with Australian telco Telstra saying it has multiple agreements to offer 5G smartphones within the first half of 2019.
Telstra rival Optus introduced on Monday that it had carried out a 5G information name throughout 60MHz of its three.5GHz spectrum when organising its 5G fastened wi-fi community.
The decision was made between an Optus web site and indoor Nokia buyer premises tools. The Singtel-owned telco stated in November it’s going to launch 5G fixed wireless services in Canberra and Brisbane this month, with different Australian capital cities to observe by March.
“Utilizing the 5G three.5 GHz 60 MHz band implies that we can ship higher capability in comparison with 4G, enabling using a number of units as effectively ultra-high definition video streaming which is anticipated to be key for our prospects when 5G begins rolling out this yr,” Optus managing director networks Dennis Wong stated.
“That is the primary time in Australia information name has been made utilizing 60 MHz channel bandwidth on an Optus dwell community and a 5G system.”