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Europe I 2015 (12)

Europe I 2015

Theme: What might 5G bring?

5G (5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems) denotes the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards. 5G is also referred to as beyond 2020 mobile communications technologies. 5G does not describe any particular specification in any official document published by any telecommunication standardization body.

The Road to 2020 and Beyond - NGMN 5G Initiative

Javan Erfanian Issue: Europe I 2015
Article no.: 3
Topic: The Road to 2020 and Beyond - NGMN 5G Initiative
Author: Javan Erfanian
Title: Javan Erfanian; Distinguished Member of Technology
Organisation: Bell Mobility
PDF size: 379KB

How 5G will change the world

Lauri Oksanen Issue: Europe I 2015
Article no.: 6
Topic: How 5G will change the world
Author: Lauri Oksanen
Title: VP Research & Technology
Organisation: Nokia Networks
PDF size: 318KB

From 4G to 5G

Cameron Rejali Issue: Europe I 2015
Article no.: 7
Topic: From 4G to 5G
Author: Cameron Rejali
Title: CTO
Organisation: Arqiva
PDF size: 381KB

5G: from smartphone to smart everything

Dr Zhou Hong Issue: Europe I 2015
Article no.: 4
Topic: 5G: from smartphone to smart everything
Author: Dr Zhou Hong
Title: President
Organisation: Huawei European Research Institute (ERI).
PDF size: 188KB
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