5G Wireless Communication Technology


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5G technology have ability to change our world! 5G is a core technology in establishing the digital infrastructure of the future and will be essential in how all of the over 50 billion mobile and connected devices by 2020 will communicate together!
5G communication requires the use of communications devices (mostly mobile phones) designed to support the technology. Huawei was the first company who produce the 5G enabled mobile phone devices. 5G wireless technology is providing internet speed in multi-Gbps, ultra low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users. Higher performance and improved efficiency empower new user experiences and connects new industries.



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There are several reasons that 5G will be better than 4G:

• 5G is significantly faster than 4G
• 5G has more capacity than 4G
• 5G has significantly lower latency than 4G
• 5G is a unified platform that is more capable than 4G
• 5G uses spectrum better than 4G


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Is there any connection between 5G, COVID-19?

Is there any connection between 5G, COVID-19?

Those in social media, who claim that people get the coronavirus because 5G technology weakens the immune system, make baseless allegations, said a Turkish social media expert.
In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, Deniz Unay, a social media expert said information pollution in the digital world spreads as fast as the COVID-19 outbreak.
According to Unay, on one hand, the world is fighting with the virus, on the other hand, it is also struggling with the baseless allegations related to the virus due to contents which are shared uncontrollably on social media.
He said one of those groundless allegations is that due to the effects of 5G technology on the immune system, people get the coronavirus.

5G and outbreak
Underlining the fast speed of misinformation on social media, Unay said although there is no research about the effects of 5G on the immune system, this misinformation has spread rapidly.
"According to researches and tests of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), 5G is not harmful to health and it does not cause any disease," he said.
Asked why some people spread this kind of allegations, Unay said people like to produce conspiracy theories.
"When the profiles of those, who claim that 5G is among the causes of contracting the virus, are examined, it can be seen that they believe in and share many different conspiracy theories," he said.
According to Unay, the basis of these claims, which are not based on scientific research, is the frequency power of 5G technology.
"Generally, x-ray, ultraviolet, and gamma rays have negative effects on the immune system. These rays are much more powerful than the 5G frequency," he said.
He also added that it should not be forgotten that the virus is physically transmitted by droplets.
Unay stressed that the advantages of 5G should not be defamed by misinformation on social media.
5G is the fifth generation of wireless communications technologies and It provides data transmission speed about 10 times the fourth-generation technology.

'Infodemic' is the reason for baseless allegations
Highlighting the information pollution in the digital world, the Turkish expert said the main reason for this kind of claim is infodemic.
"Due to the novel coronavirus, which has spread to 185 countries since emerging in China, WHO declared it as a global pandemic. Moreover, not only the virus but also a lot of virus-related true and false information has spread around the world. Therefore, the WHO also declared this situation as infodemic," he said.
According to the WHO, the “infodemic” is an over-abundance of information, some accurate and some not that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable guidance when they need it.
Unay stressed that virus-related false information has cost the lives of many people.
"Due to the rumors, which claim that drinking alcohol kills the virus, many people, who believed this baseless allegation, died around the world," he said.

How to defeat infodemic?
Stressing the importance of the correct use of information, Unay said nowadays, people do not use the information correctly and effectively.
"A wrong perception has emerged in society due to the people, who constantly produce conspiracy theories in all subjects and interpret information according to their wishes and desires," he said.
According to Unay, those people cause misinformation in society, especially on social media.
To defeat misinformation, Unay said people should first listen to the statements of the governments and official institutions.
"Secondly, we should not believe in everything that we see on social media. We should check its accuracy and try to understand its purpose. There can be a subliminal message or perception management," he said.
Lastly, he said unchecked information-sharing causes misinformation
"Accurate information should be provided quickly and easily by the authorities. Otherwise, this gap is filled with misinformation of others," he added.
After emerging last December in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the virus has spread to at least 185 countries and regions.
There are more than 2.7 million confirmed infections globally and an excess of 190,000 deaths.

Fahri Aksut |24.04.2020


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MediaTek to unveil a new affordable 5G chipset next week

MediaTek has sent out invites for a May 7 event that will bring a new 5G chipset into the world. And since the tagline is “5G all-inclusive”, this will likely be a mid-range offering.

The company already has the Dimensity 800 in the mid-range 5G segment as well as the Dimensity 1000 and 1000L for the more premium phones. So, what could it be?

Leakster Digital Chat Station mentions an MT6853 chip aimed at the entry-level segment. The marketing name of this chip is unknown, but the Dimensity 800 is the MT6873V. Allegedly, work on the Dimensity 2000 is progressing according to plan as well.

A Redmi K30i aims to bring the cost of 5G down to $250 and may be powered by the Dimensity 800. The Oppo A92s is also expected to use the 800 chip. Unless MediaTek unveils something more suitable next week, of course.


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Kirin 985: 7nm, 5G, Cortex A76 CPU, Mali-G77 GPU, Da Vinci NPU, Kirin ISP 5.0

Kirin 985 is built with the TSMC 7nm technology process, integrated with 5G Modem, supports NSA/SA dual architectures, and TDD/FDD full spectrum bands.

Kirin 985 Specifications:
  • Process: 7nm
  • CPU: 1 x Cortex-A76 Based@2.58GHz + 3 x Cortex-A76 Based@2.40GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55@1.84GHz
  • GPU: 8-core Mali-G77, Kirin Gaming+ 2.0
  • Huawei Da Vinci Architecture, 1 x Ascend D110 Lite + 1 x Ascend D100 Tiny, HiAI2.0
  • Modem:Modem: 2/3/4/5G, SA&NSA fusion network architecture, FDD&TDD Spectrum Access, DSDS3.x
  • Kirin ISP5.0: BM3D DSLR-Level image noise reduction, Dual-Domain video noise reduction
  • Memory: LPDDR4X
Kirin 985 Details:
5G SoC:

Kirin 985 achieves leading 5G speed and supports NSA and SA architecture and TDD/FDD full spectrum bands. It also supports service concurrency for dual cards on 5G phones. Users can play games using one 5G mobile data over one SIM card, while still using the other SIM to receive VoLTE HD voice calls and handle messaging at the same time.

To provide seamlessly 5G experiences, the Kirin 895 5G comes with anti-jamming capabilities for complex 5G communication environments, the advanced adaptive receiver based on machine learning for high-speed mobile scenarios.

To reduce latency, Kirin 985 accelerates 5G network searching and handover. Achieving the best 5G occupation ratio to ensure ultra-low latency.

In addition, Kirin 985 supports bandwidth part (BWP) technology, which implements the flexible switching of bandwidth resources with available 5G bandwidths. Reducing 5G power consumption and offering a lasting 5G experience.


Kirin 985 adopts Da Vinci NPU architecture, improving AI performance by 173% compared to the predecessor.

The AI power of Kirin 985 improves photographs by providing smarter AI shooting, solves common issues. The new AI RAW technology significantly improves image quality. It enriches image detail while reducing noise, and boosts the image’s dynamic range performance.

Based on the AI portrait segmentation capability, Kirin 985 effectively removes image distortions at the edges of group photos and performs real-time AI correction on the edges of images to achieve the desired effects.

Kirin ISP 5.0:

The Huawei-developed Kirin ISP 5.0 improves both pixel throughput and energy efficiency by 15% over the previous generation. In addition to the AI RAW technology, Kirin ISP 5.0 supports BM3D for image noise reduction and dual-domain video noise reduction. This improves noise reduction performance for images and videos by 30% and 20%, respectively.

CPU and GPU:

Kirin 985 has a new CPU architecture including one big core (Cortex-A76 Based), three middle cores (Cortex-A76 Based), and four little cores (Cortex-A55). This combination achieves optimum performance and higher energy efficiency.

For the first-ever, Huawei has used a new 8-core Mali-G77 GPU in its chipset starting Kirin 985. The new GPU greatly improves performance and energy efficiency and allows for a faster and smoother gaming experience.

To help achieve this, Kirin 985 supports Kirin Gaming+ 2.0, which uses the newly updated AI frequency modulation scheduling technology.

The technology fuses GPU scheduling into the CPU and DDR system frequency modulation scheduling and adds gaming-associated thread optimization technologies to dynamically detect performance bottlenecks.

Moreover, Kirin Gaming+ 2.0 builds a precise performance and power consumption model by learning from over 1 million frames of game images, refining performance and power consumption scheduling for each frame, and achieving in-depth and precise optimization.


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World’s biggest 5G tower installed on Mount Everest using yaks to lug ‘controversial’ equipment up tracks

SKYWARD ambitions to expand the controversial 5G network worldwide have literally gone high-tech after yaks lugged eight tonnes of infrastructure up Mount Everest.


At a height of 6,500 meters, it's the highest 5G antenna installation in the world, say organizers China Mobile Hong Kong and Huawei.

China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK) announced completion of the joint installation on Facebook, saying that it had "successfully built more 5G base stations, including 6,500 meters above sea level on the highest peak, Mount Everest".

The firm said that it would help improve communication for "mountaineering friends" for whom it was no longer "a dream to reach 8K live broadcasts with relatives and friends on 5G network".

Both companies have a network of engineers on site to maintain and continue to optimise the new technology.

They also plan to use the network in order to properly measure the true height of Mount Everest, currently officially listed as 8,848 metres (29,029 ft).

Unwire said that China’s mainland telecommunications firm, CMHK, announced the "5G on Mount Everest" project earlier this month.

Three 5G base stations have been built at Everest Base Camp at an altitude of 5,300 meters, and a transition camp at 5,800 meters.

A further two stations have now been installed at the 6,500-meter-high elevation camp, so the signal will be able to cover the summit of Mount Everest.

About 25 kms of fibre optic cables were laid as part of the project.

More than 150 employees took part in the construction and maintenance of the equipment, including the upgrade of the 177 km transmission trunk line and route along Everest, Unwire added.

The firms said the technology was invented in the region to help provide 5G high-definition video of the magnificent mountain vistas available in the area.

It would also be a useful tool for mountaineers, scientists and other specialists working in the area.

CMHK said the network speed of 5G was "more than ten times that of 4G.

"In a 5G network environment, downloading a 1GB file can be completed in one-to-three seconds."

The firm added that its 5G Mount Everest project heralded, “not only another extreme challenge in a human life exclusion zone, but also laid a solid foundation for the later development of 5G smart tourism and 5G communications for scientific research”.

South China Morning Post points out that the international border between China and Nepal is 1,414 kilometres long and runs across that summit.

Online conspiracy theorists are claiming that 5G can cause harm, but there's absolutely nothing to worry about, say experts.