Nokia Records 4.7 Gbps 5G Speeds on its OTA Network in Texas

first_imgNokia announced that they have achieved the world’s fastest 5G speeds on its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in Dallas, Texas. Utilizing 800 MHz of commercial millimeter wave 5G spectrum and Dual Connectivity (EN-DC) functionality, Nokia achieved 5G speeds of up to 4.7 Gbps in tests performed on base station equipment being deployed in major U.S. carriers’ commercial networks.This solution will not only provide subscribers with unrivalled mobile broadband speeds, but also enable carriers to sell various latency-sensitive enterprise services, such as network slicing for mission-critical applications. The record speed was achieved by combining eight 100 MHz channels of millimeter wave spectrum on the 28 GHz and 39GHz bands, providing 800 MHz of bandwidth, and 40 MHz of LTE spectrum using the EN-DC functionality available on Nokia’s AirScale solution.EN-DC allows devices to connect simultaneously to 5G and LTE networks, transmitting and receiving data across both air-interface technologies. This means devices can achieve a higher throughput than when connecting to 5G or LTE alone. The speeds were achieved on both 5G cloud-based (vRAN) and classic baseband configurations. Nokia’s AirScale Radio Access is an industry-leading, commercial end-to-end 5G solution enabling operators globally to capitalize on their 5G spectrum assets. It offers huge capacity scaling and market-leading latency and connectivity by enabling all air-interface technologies on the same radio access equipment.The 8-component carrier aggregation in the millimeter wave domain shows the world that there is more than massive MIMO and open RAN to not only truly deliver the promise of commercial 5G, but also pave the way for future Terahertz system. This is an important and significant milestone in the development of 5G services in the U.S, particularly at a time when connectivity and capacity is so crucial. Click here to read more about Nokia AirScale Radio Access.last_img read more

Sweethearts part though the memories live on

first_imgFrank and Yvonne Shaw were high school sweethearts back in the day at Williamsburg High.  Their love story took a sad turn when Yvonne passed away over the weekend.LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – “She was the second and last girl I ever dated,” said a broken hearted Frank Shaw.  This past weekend he lost Yvonne, his sweetheart and wife of 51 years.  WATCH Yvonne’s ceremony HERE.The couple grew up in Williamsburg but spent the balance of their lives in La Follette raising their kids, practicing dentistry and teaching school.Beloved elementary school teacher Yvonne Shaw to be laid to rest this afternoon.After high school, Frank went off to the University of Kentucky and Yvonne to Eastern Kentucky University and married following Frank’s graduation from UK.  Then it was off to the University of Louisville School of Dentistry for Frank.  Upon graduation, the couple settled in La Follette and has been here ever since; Frank seeing patients and Yvonne teaching children.Their lifelong journey takes another turn today when Yvonne is taken back to her native Williamsburg.  There, she’ll be laid to rest at Highland Cemetery overlooking the Cumberland River.Since only a handful of people will be able to attend Yvonne’s funeral this morning, the family is filming her service, and it will be available for viewing next week over WLAF.A remembrance of life will take place later this year.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 04/02/2020-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more