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What is low-power wake-up signal (WUS)?

The wake-up signal was first introduced in 3GPP Release 15 In 3GPP Release 15, a paging signal sent over the physical downlink shared channel (PDSCH) that “wakes up” a user device from an idle state so that can prepare to receive data was first introduced....

Commerce Department issues rule to allow standards work with Huawei

The U.S. Commerce Department has posted a new rule specifying that U.S. companies may work on technical standards, including 5G, with Huawei and its affiliates around the world, despite ongoing restrictions on sale and sharing of U.S.-based technology with the company. The rule amends the...

Broadband Forum adds to the ‘5G jigsaw’ with new standards

The Broadband Forum CEO: 'We are still working to define the jigsaw pieces of 5G' As part of its work to “provide a practical roadmap to deliver 5G,” the Broadband Forum has finalized two new 5G standards, which will help operators leverage their fixed networks...

3GPP approves 24 projects for Release 17

Release 17 will introduce "NR-Light" for IoT The Third Generation Partnership Project has put together its list of approved work for 5G New Radio features in Release 17, which is slated for completion in the second half of 2021. What's in the cards for 5G NR?...

3GPP 5G standards: Stay tuned for Phase-1, Samsung says

After hosting 3GPP’s 5G phase-1 standards discussions in Busan, South Korea, last week, Samsung say the results of the Busan discussions will be announced in June at the general meeting to be held in the U.S. Samsung has been very involved in the 5G...

Samsung hosts 3GPP final standalone 5G standards meeting

3GPP's standalone 5G NR standards may be adopted this week Samsung Electronics is hosting 3GPP's standalone 5G New Radio (NR) standards meeting in Busan, South Korea, from May 21 to 25. This meeting, currently underway, could end with adoption of the 5G standards for 5G phase-1. Samsung...

Using testing to bridge the 5G standards gap

Despite momentum, 5G standards work is not complete The past several months has seen an explosion in 5G momentum. It seems that every week brings another high-profile demonstration or an announcement of a new trial. The result of all this attention has dramatically shortened everyone’s...

ITU adopts KT pilot 5G technology as the draft for international standards

5G technology is currently being reviewed by ITU member countries. Korean telecommunications operator KT said its pilot "5G" technology has been adopted as the draft international standard by the International Telecommunication Union. KT said the networking technology being adopted was introduced last March at...

5G in the sub-6 GHz spectrum bands

Straight to millimeter wave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that millimeter wave spectrum, the frequencies between 30 GHz and 300 GHz, will define "5G" networks. But there are still problems to be solved with mm wave before it is ready for prime...

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