5G Carrier Grade Wi-Fi: Addressing the Needs for Uplink Throughput, Dense Deployments and Cellular-like Quality



5G Carrier Grade Wi-Fi: Addressing the Needs for Uplink Throughput, Dense Deployments and Cellular-like Quality

5G Carrier Grade Wi-Fi: Addressing the Needs for Uplink Throughput, Dense Deployments and Cellular-like Quality
Research Paper / Nov 2014 / 5G, CGW

The Future of Wi-Fi Promises up to a 4-Fold Capacity Improvement

Mobile data traffic is growing at an annual rate of more than 60%, and Wi-Fi usage is already 20x greater than cellular systems for wireless data delivery. With more and more demand for Wi-Fi services, the industry is looking toward next generation, Carrier Grade Wi-Fi (CGW), systems. At InterDigital, we’re looking even further ahead – to 5G CGW, a solution that may deliver up to 4 times the capacity of existing Wi-Fi services. Probable requirements as well as some candidate technologies are addressed including: Multi-User Parallel Channel Access (MU/PCA), Fractional CSMA (FCSMA),Transmit Power Control (TPC), and Uplink Multi-User MIMO (UL MU-MIMO). Download the full white paper to read more about InterDigital’s vision for 5G Carrier Grade Wi-Fi.

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