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T-Cellular US assessments six-carrier aggregation


T-Mo trial reaches 3.6 Gbps speeds utilizing 6CA in sub-6 GHz spectrum

T-Cellular US is laying declare to an business first: Testing the aggregation of six element carriers in sub-6 GHz spectrum.

The service not too long ago accomplished the testing, working in partnership with Ericsson and Qualcomm Applied sciences, in its dwell manufacturing 5G community. T-Mo stated that they had been capable of obtain obtain speeds of three.6 Gbps in sub-6 GHz spectrum.

The take a look at concerned aggregating two channels of two.5 GHz, two channels of PCS spectrum and two channels of AWS spectrum, in accordance with T-Cellular US, which produced an “efficient 245 MHz of aggregated 5G channels.”!

“We’re pushing the boundaries of wi-fi expertise to supply our clients the very best expertise attainable,” stated Ulf Ewaldsson, president of expertise at T-Cellular. “With the primary and largest 5G standalone community within the nation, T-Cellular is the one cell supplier serving 10s of thousands and thousands of shoppers to unleash new capabilities like 5G service aggregation nationwide, and I’m so extremely pleased with our workforce for main the way in which.”  

T-Cellular US introduced in Might of 2023 that it was rolling out 4 component-carrier aggregation throughout its 5G Standalone community, which it stated on the time can obtain peak speeds of three.3 Gbps. In that case, T-Cellular US depends on two 2.5 GHz channels, one 1.9 GHz channel and one 600 MHz channel. The primary machine capable of entry 4CA capabilities was the Samsung Galaxy S23.

The service additionally touted its testing of five-component-carrier aggregation in sub-6 GHz spectrum ultimately 12 months’s Cellular World Congress Barcelona. In that trial, working with Nokia and Qualcomm, T-Mo aggregated two FDD and three TDD carriers and achieved peak downlink throughput speeds that exceeded 4.2 Gbps.

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