Samsung achieves 7.5 Gbps download speeds in 5G test

By | October 15, 2014

The South Korean tech giant Samsung gains the speeds of up to 7.5 Gbps ( which is roughly near around 940 MB per second) stationary and approximately 1.2 Gbps (150 MB per second) while travelling around a race track at 100 km/h (testing the environment that sees consumers on moving vehicles).

ChangYeong Kim, Head of DMC R&D Center at Samsung Electronics, has said that on this development :

[quote]We will continue to build upon these milestones and develop advanced technologies that contribute to the 5G standard. In addition to leveraging our own global R&D capabilities, we will also continue to cooperate with other industry leaders and research centers across the world. Whether you are talking about mobile devices, the cloud, or the Internet of Things, the demand for 5G telecommunications standard and its supporting technologies will continue to grow.[/quote]

 The Samsung ha also said that the the high frequency that they  28 GHz signal  amd that can  they utilized in testing enables by the team to achieve the highest downloading speed figures.The Hybrid Adaptive Array Technology was also deployed in this process to achive the goal, which uses millimeter wave frequency bands to enable the use of higher frequencies over greater distances, essentially boosting the signal range and making the 5G test possible