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Mitsubishi Electric and NTT DOCOMO Achieve World's First 27Gbps Throughput in 5G Outdoor Trials

Published: Nov 22,2018

Mitsubishi Electric and NTT DOCOMO announced today that they have achieved what they believe to be the world's first (as of today) fifth-generation (5G) mobile telecommunications proof of concept for 27Gbps and 25Gbps maximum throughputs via one mobile terminal over communication distances of 10m and 100m, respectively, using the 28GHz radio frequency.

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The demonstration was conducted during joint outdoor field trials using 28GHz-band massive-element antenna systems and 16-beam spatial-multiplexing technology with 500MHz bandwidth. The trial took place in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Japan from September 10 to 28, 2018.

The trial was the world's first successful wireless downlink transmission at maximum data rates of 27Gbps and 25Gbps for per one mobile terminal when the communication distance was 10m and 100m, respectively.

For outdoor trials using the 28GHz band, Mitsubishi Electric used an antenna system with 16-beam spatial-multiplexing technology. Base-station antennas installed on the wall of a building directed beams to mobile-terminal antennas installed on the rooftop of a vehicle.

Mitsubishi Electric said that the indoor trials using 28GHz band in multipath-rich environments during fiscal year ending March 31, 2019.

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