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Nokia Achieves The Fastest 5G Speed In The World

Nokia has announced that it has reached the highest 5G speed in its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in Texas.

Good news continues to come in 5G technology, which continues to work all over the world. Nokia, which has lost its popularity especially in the smartphone market recently, announced on May 19 that it reached the highest 5G speed ever seen in the Over-the-Air (OTA) network in Dallas, Texas.

The company reached 5G speeds up to 4.7 Gbps using the 5 MHz commercial millimeter wave spectrum using 800 MHz bandwidth and dual link EN-DC function (Dual Connectivity EN-DC).

This speed was recorded as the highest 5G speed ever recorded using the dual link EN-DC function.
This also means that devices can reach much higher speeds than they can only reach when connected to 5G or LTE with the dual-link EN-DC function.

Lightpounting Market Research chief analyst Stéphane Téral said in a statement on the subject:
“This result is an important success that reflects the flawless work of a team of experts who are experts in their fields and have full knowledge of all details. In other words, this 8-component carrier assembly technology in the millimeter wave area shows the world that there are other options, along with 'massive MIMO' and 'open RAN' technologies, not only to fulfill the promise of commercial 5G, but also to pave the way for the future Terahertz system.”

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