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First dynamic spectrum sharing on 5G phone

12.02.2020
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The website telecoms.com, reports that Vodafone, in collaboration with Ericsson, Qualcomm and Huawei, successfully demonstrated what is thought to be the simultaneous use of two bands on a 5G NSA device. By allowing 4G and 5G to share the same spectrum, the transition between the technologies should be much smoother.

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The website telecoms.com, reports that Vodafone, in collaboration with Ericsson, Qualcomm and Huawei, successfully demonstrated what is thought to be the simultaneous use of two bands on a 5G NSA device. By allowing 4G and 5G to share the same spectrum, the transition between the technologies should be much smoother.

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Infrastructure and Spectrum
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4G, 5G, dual-band, Ericsson, Huawei, NSA Device, Qualcomm, Spectrum
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