Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. have achieved a groundbreaking feat in the world of 5G technology.
They have successfully demonstrated simultaneous 5G carrier aggregation (CA) with 2x uplink and 4x downlink in FDD spectrum.
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This achieve 5G quality network highlights their leadership in enhancing 5G performance and flexibility.
To make this happen, they utilized a mobile phone test device equipped with the Snapdragon X75 5G Modem-RF System and Samsung’s advanced carrier aggregation technology in their 5G dual-band and tri-band radios.
The need for increased uplink capacity has surged, mainly due to more users engaging in activities like video uploads, video conferencing, social media sharing, and cloud applications.
This milestone is especially beneficial for network operators with scattered FDD spectrum resources, as it enables faster upload speeds for consumers across various markets and networks.
Previously, achieving uplink carrier aggregation involved combining FDD with TDD or using TDD configurations.
This achievement highlights the commitment of Snapdragon X75 to providing faster 5G connectivity on a global scale.
Sunil Patil, VP of Product Management at Qualcomm Technologies, emphasized their dedication to innovation and their collaboration with Samsung.
Ji-Yun Seol, Head of Product Strategy for Networks Business at Samsung Electronics, emphasized their ongoing efforts to push the boundaries of mobile technology and meet customer demands by advancing network capabilities.
Commercial devices featuring the Snapdragon X75 are anticipated to be available in the second half of 2023.
By the way, Samsung will release their Galaxy S24 series in upcoming February.
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