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5G wireless networks - the 5th generation of cellular systems

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If a module support NB-IoT and LTE-M, is it a 5G module?

According to the article here, 5G NR (New Radio) doesn't cover low power wide area network (LPWAN). Some descriptions of modules said they support LTE-M and NB-IoT, which are actually considered as 4G ...
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LTE NR split throughput among different bands and carrier

Using a mobile device I can measure the throughput in download and upload while connected to an LTE and/or NR mobile cell. If I know the details of the cells to which the device is connected and so I ...
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5G NR PUCCH format-0

In 5G-NR PUCCH format-0, for multiplexing of UE's (i.e., UE's sharing the same RB for resource allocation) which are sending the same/different HARQ's or SR should have different initial cyclic shift(...
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5g authentication method for IoT [closed]

While i was studying authentication methods in 5g i bumped into 3 authentication methods that seems to be the most important ones: 5G-AKA,EAP-AKA,EAP-TLS. Which one of these three could be more ...
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Is MIMO equivalent to link aggregation?

Is MIMO the wireless version of link aggregation in wired networks? I'm not asking if MIMO is a similar link aggregation protocol like LACP or PAgP, what I'm asking is if it is the same concept as ...
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Packet scheduling in LTE/5G core network components

Scheduling algorithms must be used on the radio side of these technologies in order to map radio sources to incoming/outgoing data packets and satisfy quality of service requirements such as latency ...
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What is the difference between SDN node and SDN enabled Base station? [closed]

I am pretty sure every network engineer would have heard about "SDN" i.e. Software Defined Network, the base of 5G network. Very soon we will be enjoying 5G in our smartphone :) I have a doubt ...