An overall term for 3GPP 5th Generation New Radio (NR) technology. 5G refers to the newly established global standards for fifth generation mobile communication, established under the leadership of 3GPP (the 3rd Generation Partnership Project), a partnership project aimed at setting global standards for mobile communications, consisting of major global companies involved in the mobile communications business, including Fujitsu. The partners have agreed that global standards for the 5G technology should provide improvements such as higher speed, greater capacity, lower latency and higher reliability than existing LTE and LTE-Advanced, and initial standard specifications were completed in December 2017.
An overall term for 3GPP 3rd Generation radio technology. The third generation of global mobile communication standards established by 3GPP.
 LTE and LTE-Advanced
Long Term Evolution and Long Term Evolution-Advanced. The fourth generation of global mobile communication standards established by 3GPP.
 Software defined radio (SDR) technology
Technology that can deploy and change wireless functionality through software operating on hardware.
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Date: 26 February, 2018
Company: Fujitsu Limited