Telco/5G

Telco/5G

Welcome to the JAAGNet Community for Telco/5G.

This community is designed for individuals interested in the rapidly evolving telecommunications industry and/or 5G Network infrastructure..

Telecommunications (telco, telecom) is the exchange of information over significant distances by electronic means and refers to all types of voice, data and video transmission. It encompasses a wide range of information transmitting technologies such as telephones (wired and wireless), microwave communications, fiber optics, satellites, radio and television broadcasting, the internet and telegraphs.

Fifth-generation wireless (5G) networks are digital cellular networks engineered to greatly increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks. 5G will enable a sharp increase in the amount of data transmitted over wireless systems due to more available bandwidth and advanced antenna technology. 5G is used in diverse applications, examples are, IoT Communications, video, controls and automation, fixed wireless access, high performance edge analytics, location tracking and more.

The Telco/5G field has huge impacts on our day-to-day lives in both business and personal aspects. 

Let's start with a definition:

telecommunication
/ˌtɛlɪkəmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/
 

noun

noun: telecommunications the transmission of information, as words, sounds, or images, usually over great distances, in the form of electromagnetic signals, as by telegraph, telephone, radio, or television.

Sometimes telecommunication. (used with a singular verb) the science and technology  of such communication

telecommunication, a message so transmitted.

 
 
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Is 5G really faster than 4G?

The recent Blog by Damien Distill: Verizon 4G faster than 5G from T-Mobile Indicates: An early analysis of 5G network performance in the US from RootMetrics by IHS Markit found plenty of room for improvement, noting 4G data rates bested 5G in some locations. Research conducted in H2 2019 highlighted disparities in coverage and speeds across 5G networks. A side-by-side comparison of services in Los Angeles, for instance, clocked maximum download rates ranging from 125.7Mb/s on T-Mobile US to…

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Telstra agreed to pay AUD50 million ($36.8 million) in penalties for breaching Australian consumer law by using exploitative tactics when selling post-paid plans to indigenous consumers.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) initiated a court proceeding against Telstra, which it said had admitted acting “unconscionably” when sales staff at five stores signed up 108 indigenous customers to multiple…

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Vodafone slashes decade from climate target

Vodafone Group brought forward a pledge to reduce carbon emissions generated as a result of its business to net zero, with the company setting a revised deadline of 2040 to achieve the goal.

The group, which already outlined several initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of its own operations, set…

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BT backs quantum computing for 5G security

BT joined forces with a group of UK-based quantum technology start-ups, research bodies and educational institutions, seeking to make a leap in developing secure communications for 5G and connected cars.

In a statement, the group noted the move was part of a “world-first” trial of end-to-end quantum-secured communications, financed with £7.7 million from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding agency for 36…

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Huawei readies 5.5G as bosses push evolution

HUAWEI MBBF 2020: Huawei executive director David Wang (pictured) urged the industry to continue to push the limits of mobile technologies and not become complacent, as the company detailed a plan to push so-called 5.5G to maintain tech development momentum.

In a keynote, Wang said 2020 is the year of 5G deployment at scale, with 800,000 base stations installed globally and 110 commercial…

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Brazil backs US transparent 5G networks call

Brazil joined a US-led proposal for building transparent and reliable 5G networks, representing another blow to Chinese vendor Huawei which is regarded as the main target of the scheme.

The alliance was unveiled by US Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment Keith Krach, during a visit in the South American nation.

He noted the tie-up was part of a…

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China puts “6G” test satellite into orbit

China launched what it claimed is the first 6G experimental satellite to test communications from space using high-frequency terahertz spectrum.

The China Embassy in the US tweeted that the supposed “6G” satellite was one of 13 aboard the Long March-6 rocket, which launched on 6 November at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre in Shanxi province.…

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Huawei appeals Sweden 5G ban

Huawei reportedly moved to appeal Sweden’s exclusion of the vendor from a forthcoming 5G auction, arguing the decision would not benefit customers or the country in general.

Reuters reported a Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) spokesperson had confirmed the appeal, which it would send to the administrative court in Stockholm to handle the case.

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