According to IT House on March 18, Ericsson, SingTel and Qualcomm announced that they have recently successfully achieved the maximum uplink rate of 1.6Gbps on 5G millimeter wave. With faster 5G uplink rate and Singtel Paragon (Integrated 5G and Multi-access Edge Computing Service choreography platform), enterprises will be able to better analyze the performance of their devices and networks and improve their real-time performance monitoring and feedback capabilities.
Industrial applications in areas such as manufacturing, transportation, medical, entertainment and news production often require higher uplink capacity than the average individual mobile user. Through the balanced mode architecture configuration, SingTel effectively changes the uplink and downlink throughput, and provides a higher uplink ratio for 5G millimeter wave, thus increasing the cell throughput peak of the uplink.
On 5G millimeter wave, using balanced frame configuration combined with uplink four carriers, the maximum uplink rate of 1.6Gbps is achieved by using Snapdragon X655G modem-RF system-driven test equipment on Singapore Telecom network.