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It tries to explain the basic 5G structure in a simplified way that should be easy to understand for everyone. It discusses both Time Domain and Frequency Domain aspects for 5G and compares them against LTE.
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5G NR | VoLTE | LTE-A | Massive MIMO | NB-IoT | NDO Network Specialist at Ericsson, Australia
Ali Khalid is a Senior LTE/VoLTE RNPO, NB-IoT and 5G Solution Architect who has successfully led and delivered a number of projects in different regions across the globe including Pakistan, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, KSA, Nigeria, Turkey, Poland and Japan. He is currently working in Strategic Competence Unit (SCU), a highly experienced global team at Ericsson, Australia. In case of any questions or feedback, please feel free to drop a comment below or connect with him on LinkedIn.
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2 thoughts on “5G Frequency and Time Domain Structure”
Thanks for your good explanations, my congrants.
I have some questions: What modulations does 5G support? And if despite the slot length decreases, when you use larger subcarrier spacing, this does not affect the use of any modulation? And also In LTE, scheduling is done at per subframe basis i.e. every 1 mili second, is the same for 5G?
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