Monday, January 26, 2015

ZTE Demoed 3X Higher Throughput with Pre5G Base Stations

ZTE Corporation announced it is the "world’s first company to complete pre-commercial field testing of multi-user and multi-stream transmission on a Massive MIMO (multiple input multiple output) base station, setting new records in single-carrier transmission capacity and spectral efficiency.

Dr. Xiang Jiying [pictured], Chief Scientist, ZTE said: “ZTE successfully overcame the challenge of doing multi-user and multi-stream spatial multiplexing in a scattered-signal environment, clearing the main hurdle in the development of Massive MIMO technology .. Using ZTE’s proprietary pre5G multi-user/multi-stream spatial multiplexing technology, with user handsets based on existing 4G standards, the company’s Massive MIMO base station demonstrated peak data throughput that is more than three times that of traditional base stations, and average data throughput that exceeds conventional systems by at least five times"

Source:ZTE 5G White Paper (here)

Several major international telecommunications operators indicated they would deepen their collaborations with ZTE, after they were invited to attend the field test, noting the record-breaking results had exceeded their"

See "ZTE Pre5G Massive MIMO Base Station Sets Record for Capacity" - here.

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