Samsung develops new network technology to boost massive MIMO's performance – Devdiscourse


Samsung has developed a new mobile network technology called Mobility Enhancer that is claimed to improve the beamforming performance of its Massive MIMO radios, a critical component of 4G and 5G networks, up to 30 percent in a mobile environment, the South Korean company said.

The field trial conducted on Samsung’s testbed leveraged in-house Massive MIMO radio along with the new Mobility Enhancer technology. Massive MIMOs offer a flexible solution to help mobile operators deliver improved coverage and capacity below 6GHz spectrum using 3D beamforming

Powered by Samsung’s AI and advanced signal processing technology, Mobility Enhancer will enable the company’s Massive MIMO radio to improve the accuracy of beamforming towards a moving user for maximized mobile experiences for users in both 4G and 5G network environments. For instance, utilizing the new technology, users can experience boosted performance while they are walking on a street.

Commenting on this development, JeongHo Park, Vice President and Head of Advanced System Design Lab, Networks Business at Samsung Electronics, said, “At Samsung, our goal is to deliver the finest network solutions to mobile operators of all kinds, enabling them to provide their customers with the highest quality, most immersive mobile experience possible. Mobility Enhancer is one of the key advancements we are working on to innovate mobile networks and help advance 5G performance to the next level.”

Samsung revealed its plans to apply the innovative Mobility Enhancer technology to its Massive MIMO radios through a software upgrade offered in the global market this year.



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