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Fujitsu’s New Technology Could Be a Way Closer to Mainstream 5G

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A vigorous step to mainstream the 5G technology by 2020; Fujitsu R&D Center and Fujitsu Laboratories announces that it is developing a new wireless technology that doubles the capacity of a single cell, using the same wireless frequency simultaneously.

Full-duplex is a technology that simultaneously transmits and receives wireless signals on the same frequency, which is a way to increase wireless communication capacity, but reducing interference from the sending signal to the receiving signal is problematic. Fujitsu has developed a new scheduling technology that reduces the inter-device and inter-base-station interference, using a transceiver separation type where separate base stations are responsible for the tasks of sending and receiving to multiple devices within the same cell. This results in a communication capacity of up to double the current existing half-duplex communication technology within a single small cell. In wireless environments with a high concentration of users, such as shopping malls or stadiums, it is anticipated that this will result in a smoother communication environment that reduces capacity loss.
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