Keyword: Signals Research Group
Users of Verizon’s 5G service in Minneapolis and Chicago are reporting 10 times faster speeds than LTE, but it’s getting knocks for lack of coverage.
In what could be construed as a “surprise, no surprise,” 3GPP has decided to delay Release 16 by three months.
As the industry convenes in Italy this week, no alarm bells appear to be sounding among some of the biggest stakeholders as to whether or not standards-based 5G smartphones will be available as expected early next year.
With AT&T’s launch of LTE-LAA in eight new markets, it’s more than halfway to its goal of enabling LTE-LAA in at least 24 markets this year.
Analysts with Signals Research Group who studied Verizon’s 28 GHz system in Houston came away appreciating the promise of millimeter wave spectrum.
SRG traveled to Indianapolis three times over the last nine months and found Licensed Assisted Access makes a difference in an operator’s network.
CBRS is generating a tremendous amount of excitement, but it may not prove as valuable to companies that don't own wireless networks as some believe.
The industry is getting a little help in meeting the December deadline to complete the nonstandalone version of 5G New Radio (NR).
Signals Research Group (SRG) for a long time has been known for its drive tests and benchmark studies, but now it’s taken to the skies, evaluating U.S. carriers’ LTE coverage for drones.
A proposal to accelerate the non-stand-alone implementation of 5G New Radio (NR) made it through the 3GPP.