Skyworks præsenterer 5G platform
Under navnet Sky har Skyworks præsenteret en række løsninger, der understøtter 5G-baseret trådløs kommunikation (in english).Dette er en prøve. Skyworks Solutions has introduced Sky5, its suite of solutions that will support 5G wireless communications and enable a multitude of new and previously unimagined applications across mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems.
With decades of experience in developing innovative connectivity platforms for each previous generation of wireless standards, Skyworks is leveraging its vast technology portfolio, systems expertise, leadership scale and strong customer relationships to accelerate the deployment of 5G. More specifically, Skyworks’ Sky solutions encompass its highly innovative transmit and receive systems targeting the world’s most demanding wireless end markets.
- Today Skyworks introduces our breakthrough Sky5 platform, enabling the next-generation of wireless communications, says Liam K. Griffin, president and chief executive officer of Skyworks.
- 5G is a macro-economic game changer that will revolutionize the global communication landscape with significantly more powerful and complex connectivity engines. As a leader in unwiring the planet, Skyworks is well-positioned to capitalize on the demand for robust and dramatically increased data transmission speeds with near zero latency - key features that are mission critical in powering new usage cases from autonomous vehicles to emerging segments in artificial intelligence, robotics and virtual reality.
What is 5G?
5G is the term used to describe the next generation of mobile communications beyond today’s 4G LTE standard. It embraces a revolutionary paradigm shift in wireless networking and will support groundbreaking throughput speeds (up to 100x faster than 4G), low latency and scalability for future usage cases that require extreme bandwidth including autonomous vehicles, augmented reality and the billions of machine-to-machine and IoT connections.
To put this in perspective, according to Intel, by 2020 a single autonomous car is expected to consume 4,000 gigabytes of data per day in real-time diagnostics, positioning and vehicle to vehicle communications – that’s equivalent to the daily data consumed by more than 2,000 smartphone users in 2017. Downloading a full-length HD movie in 3G took one day, in 4G, the same file took minutes. On a 5G network, this content will be downloaded in mere seconds.
5G networks are expected to utilize a variety of spectrum bands ranging from established sub-6 GHz cellular bands to millimeter wave frequencies. The 3GPP organization is the mobile industry standards group that will submit a proposed specification to the International Telecommunications Union, or the standards body that sets the final specification. Skyworks is a key contributor to the 3GPP body on the Radio Access Network (RAN4) technical specifications.