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Qualcomm's mmWave antennas pave way for first 5G smartphones

24 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

The first 5G compatible smartphones are now a step closer after Qualcomm revealed it has made the world's first mmWave antennas and sub-6Ghz RF modules available to device manufacturers. 5G networks will use a mixture of spectrum, including the long-range, low-level 700MHz band, the mid-range 3.4GHz band, and high range millimetre Wave spectrum that had previously been considered too challenging for mobile communications. MmWave frequencies offer significant capacity, but low range, making them ideal for use in urban areas. The first commercial 5G services due to go live later this year...
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Qualcomm's New mmWave Module Signifies We're One Step Closer to 5G

Qualcomm's New mmWave Module Signifies We're One Step Closer to 5G

24 days ago   |   By Techno Buffalo


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Qualcomm reveals breakthrough 5G millimeter wave antenna designated for smartphones

Qualcomm reveals breakthrough 5G millimeter wave antenna designated for smartphones

24 days ago   |   By 9to5Mac

When it comes to rolling out a new network standard like 5G, there are a lot of moving parts involved, and just as many obstacles. One of the biggest challenges to the upcoming move to 5G cellular technology is producing eligible millimeter wave antennas that are small enough that can fit inside modern smartphones. Qualcomm has been hard at work at producing an antenna module, the QTM052, capable of operating at the high frequencies required for 5G. The production of such a small antenna means that one of the biggest hurdles to making next-generation 5G technology a reality has been...
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First 5G smartphones may appear in first half of 2019: Qualcomm unveils world-first 5G mmWave antenna

First 5G smartphones may appear in first half of 2019: Qualcomm unveils world-first 5G mmWave antenna

24 days ago   |   By Phone Arena

Today, Qualcomm has just announced that it has achieved a breakthrough and has produced the world-first 5G antenna that it will embed in its modems and this will allow the first 5G smartphones to arrive as early as the first half of 2019.
The company has harnessed the powerful millimeter waves , which will allow significantly faster cellular speeds. To do this, Qualcomm has overcome a number of difficult technological barriers including higher interference and beam forming difficulties that prevented mmWaves from traveling over longer distances.
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Qualcomm shows world's first 5G mmWave and sub-6GHz smartphone modules

Qualcomm shows world's first 5G mmWave and sub-6GHz smartphone modules

24 days ago   |   By VentureBeat

With the launch of next-generation 5G cellular networks now only months away in the United States, South Korea, and possibly other countries, Qualcomm is today debuting two critically important new “modem-to-antenna” components: the world's first fully integrated, mobile device-ready 5G millimeter wave antenna modules and...
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Qualcomm Announces First Fully-Integrated 5G Millimeter Wave Antenna Module

Qualcomm Announces First Fully-Integrated 5G Millimeter Wave Antenna Module

24 days ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Qualcomm today announced the launch of what it says are the world's first fully-integrated 5G millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz RF modules for smartphones and other devices, with the new 5G mmWave antenna combining a 5G millimeter wave radio, power amplifier for signal boosting, and antenna array, all in a package that's small enough to fit on a fingertip.
Qualcomm's QTM052 mmWave antenna module family and its QPM56xx sub-6GHz module family are designed to pair with the previously announced Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem to pave the way for smartphones and other devices able to take...
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Qualcomm Touts ‘5G Mobile Breakthrough' With mmWave, Sub-6 GHz Modules

24 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Qualcomm today announced and unveiled the QTM052 millimeter antenna module and the QPM56xx sub-6 GHz RF module. According to the company, these represent “ the world's first fully-integrated 5G NR wave mmWave and sub-6 GHz RF modules ” specifically designed for smartphones. More pertinently, Qualcomm today announced these as a direct solution to one of the issues related to 5G deployment, with the chipmaker - in no uncertain terms - stating today's announcement marks “ a major milestone for the mobile industry .” Qualcomm has not provided any details on when consumers can expect to see...
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