“Answer 5G millimeter-wave questions,” Qualcomm mentions ROI and more

There are currently more than 55 metropolitan areas in the United States and over 160 areas in Japan providing industrial 5G-millimetre-wave systems. We have a wide variety of compatible products ranging from Smartphones and tablets to CPE (customer premises).

Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 17:27 GMT

It is to launch in 2021 and further extend the styles of compatible terminals into regions such as South Korea, Russia, Italy, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Finland.

On the other hand, many concerns by operators, service providers and customers have been posed regarding millimeter waves. “Is it feasible to expand on a big scale?” “Is it possible to grow a new business?” “What would the return on investment(ROI) be while implementing 5 G millimeter waves?”

With 5G, millimetre-waves improve ROI dramatically
GSMA (GSM Association), a mobile communications business organization, recently investigated the status of 5G mm waves in diverse settings, such as heavily crowded areas of urban areas and corporate offices. Millimeter waves have proved to be a cost-effective mode of communication in any situation.

Up to 2025 millimeter waves can be used commercially in order to boost connectivity capability in China and Europe’s main cities. High-density metropolitan networks are being used in the future.

FWA: It is cost-effective to ensure that high-speed internet broadband using FWA 5G mm is broadly distributed across metropolitan areas across China, Europe’s suburbs and the United States’ rural areas.

Company connectivity: If a company has wide office spaces protects the bulk of its data communication in the office with 5G coverage, millimeter waves will slash costs by between 5 and 20%.

Provides an incredibly fast user interface
In the United States, Ookla compares the average output of 5G millimeter waves to the 5G and LTE sub-6 (frequency band less than 6GHz) as 5G millimeter waves are being deployed in a large scale. This survey is focused on actual consumers of commercial networks supplying details. The peak speed of 5G mm waves is 3 Gbit/s and the average output is 6 times the average of Sub 6 and more than 20 times the average of LTE.

Qualcomm has recently worked on a 5G mm wave field test in downtown Chicago with Signal Testing Group. The speed of the end user’s data transmission would almost double to 3.2 Gbit/ s on the peak if the bandwidth of the downlink extends from the current 400MHz to 800MHz. The fastest data limit is 200 Mbit/s except on the uplink with a 200 MHz bandwidth.