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Huawei: World's highest 5G base station on Mount Everest

In 2008, Huawei and China Mobile built a 3G base station on Mount Everest at an altitude of 6,500m to support the flame-lighting ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. After that, it provided mobile communication services for countless mountain enthusiasts. It has been running for 11 years.

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5G phones costing 150$ will be launched by the end of 2020

Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Huawei's president for 5G line of product, Yang Chaobin stated that 5G smartphones valued around $150 are expected to be introduced by the end of 2020 or in very early 2021.

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O2 in UK announced new O-RAN project 

16 January 2020, London: O2 has today introduced a new Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) job to aid customers much better utilise its network. O-RAN is an open and software-defined network technology that allow operators having a larger number of infrastructure parnters which willin facilitate and enable a  much better and much more cost effective network service for customers.

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Nokia reaches 63 5G contracts surpassing Huawei 

Finnish supplier Nokia revealed in January 2020 that it has gotten to a total amount of 63 commercial 5G contracts worldwide.

The company said that some of the clients consist of AT&T, KDDI, Korea Telecommunications, LG Uplus, NTT DOCOMO, O2, SK Telecommunications, SoftBank, Sprint, STC, T-Mobile US, Verizon, Vodafone Italy and Zain Saudi Arabia.

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ARCEP French regulator launches first stage of 5G bid process 

French telecom authority Arcep has actually launched the first stage of the 5G award process for 3.5 GHz spectrum, in which the nation's mobile network operators will each be able to obtain a block of 50 MHz. Operators have around 8 weeks to prepare their applications, prior to the target date set on 25 February 2020. Arcep expects to close this first stage of the procedure by mid-March as well as finish the second phase by the end of June 2020.

At the end of November 2019, the government stated that each block of 50 MHz would be sold at a fixed price of EUR 350 million. After the allocation of the first four blocks, making totally 200 MHz, operators will need to bid for the remaining 110 MHz of the C-band in 3.5 GHz available, in a public auction that will see each single block of 10 MHz sold for a starting price of EUR 70 million.

In their applications for the four 50 MHz blocks, candidates will have to make some coverage commitments , which will be an important part of their 5G licences. Amongst their coverage obligations, operators will certainly need to reach 3,000 5G sites in operation by 2022, rising to 8,000 in 2024 and also 10,500 in 2025 (less than the 12,000 suggested in Arcep's preliminary consultation).

Licence holders will certainly likewise be needed to guarantee significant coverage outside metropolitan areas. Therefore, 25 percent of the sites deployed in the 2024-2025 period must benefit for dispersed with and sparsely communities, consisting of a list of priority roll-out locations defined by the regulatory authority ARCEP.

 

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The objective of this website is to share knowledge and keep track of different topics related to mobile and wireless technology. I am 5G researcher and trainer I have worked on 5G Radio Access Systems Research and Standardization Group on several topics with various vendors and operators such as Nokia, Huawei, Ericsson, Orange, in research, product management and development roles all over the world.

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